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Charles JACOBSON

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Marriage V1841437 25C/1841 JACOBSON CHARLES - WHITEMAN EMILY CR= CofE Cobbitty/Narellan


Marriages solemnized in the Parish of Narrellan in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1847
No. 30 St Paul's Cobbitty
Charles Jacobson of the Parish of Narrellan
Emily Whiteman of the Parish of Narrellan
married in this Chapel by Banns with consent of -
Twenty Seventh day of August 1841 By me Thos. Hassall
Both signed
Witnesses: Nelson Whiteman of McQuarie Grove, Elizth. (her x mark) Geran of Sydney


Death 3665/1863 JACOB CHARLES AGE 64 YEARS DIED GOULBURN GOULBURN ** 29 Oct

Not in Ryerson

Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) - Saturday 31 October 1863 p.2
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL
INQUEST-An inquest was held on Thursday, at Mr. Henry Lodge's, John Barleycorn Inn, Clinton street, on the body of Charles Jacob, a carpenter, who died there that morning. It appears that deceased was much addicted to intemperance, and had been drinking very hard for some days. At length he was seized with delirium tremens; but as he had frequently suffered from this before no notice was at first taken. He continued to grow worse and died as mtentioned. Verdict, died by the visitation of God, accelerated by habits of intemperance.
 

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