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Charles & Margaret ROBINSON

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NSW Marriage 2927/1859 ROBINSON CHARLES - COURTNEY MARGARET - SHOALHAVEN


Looking for their deaths.

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Given their place of marriage, this is a possible.. There is a tree that points to it also..

Margaret Robinson
Death Date: 1889
Death Place: New South Wales
Father: Michael
Mother: Margaret
Registration Year: 1889
Registration Place: Broughton Creek, New South Wales
Registration Number: 13708

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Thanks Geoff.

I would go along with that.

The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) - Saturday 16 November 1889 p. 1091
Edward Nelson. Whiteman.
Mr. Edward Nelson Whiteman, Mayor of Broughton Creek and Bomaderry, was born at Camden, in New South Wales, on January 22nd, 1852. By occupation he is a saddler and harness-maker, and took up his residence at Broughton Creek in the year 1833. Prior to this he was residing at Kangaroo Valley, a little township 12 miles from here, following the same occupation, for about six years. He was married to a daughter of Mr. Charles Robinson, a local storekeeper at Kangaroo Valley. After a residence of about four years at Broughton Creek, Mr. Whiteman was elected alderman to fill an extraordinary vacancy in the municipal district. At the general election of aldermen, which took place on February 5, he was returned at the head of the poll by a very large majority, and on February 8 he was chosen for the office of mayor, and was unanimously elected Mayor for the present year. The municipal district contains nine members.
 

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ROBINSON (Mrs Charles) Death notice 22AUG1889 Death 46 late of Berry Sydney Morning Herald 29AUG1889

Deaths to check:
10567/1881 ROBINSON CHARLES NATHAN SARAH SHOALHAVEN
4840/1911 ROBINSON CHARLES JOHN MARTHA BOMBALA ** 5 Apr
9159/1911 ROBINSON CHARLES CHRISTOPHER SARAH BERRY ** 23 Aug
5205/1925 ROBINSON CHARLES THOMAS MARY REDFERN ** 28 May

ROBINSON Charles Death notice 28MAY1925 Death 75 at Mascot, formerly of Kangaroo Valley Sydney Morning Herald 03JUN1925

The Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 3 June 1925 p.12
DEATHS
image is poor
at his daughter's residence
... father of Florence (Mrs Field) and Henrietta (Mrs Mason?) ** Sarah had died but:

The Sydney Morning Herald - Saturday 30 May 1914 p.20
DEATHS
WHITEMAN.-May 21, at Perth, died suddenly, Sarah, eldest daughter of the late Charles Robinson, of Berry, South Coast, N.S.W., loving sister of Mrs. W. E. Carlisle, of Adelaide, S.A.

Which one is the right death for Charles?
 
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The Shoalhaven Telegraph (NSW : 1879 - 1937) - Wednesday 30 August 1911 p.2
An old identity of the Berry end of the
district, in the person of Mr Charles Robin
son, died on Wednesday last. He had been
a chronic invalid for some years past and
his death was not unexpected. Deceased
came to Shoalhaven fifty years ago, settling
first at Terara, where he and his brother
conducted a butchery business. Later he
was engaged by the late Mr David Berry as
butcher, but leaving that employ he estab
lished himself at Broughton Creek, After
a time he removed to Kangaroo Valley,
where he conducted a hotel, store, and
butchery. Subsequently he returned to
Berry. He took an active part in public
matters, being conneoted with the Berry
Municipal Council and Agricultural Society.
He was one of the founders of Masonic Lodge
Broughton.

9159/1911 ROBINSON CHARLES - CHRISTOPHER - SARAH - BERRY ** 23 Aug
 
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Kangaroo Valley


29/03/1867 Kangaroo Valley to Broughton Creek Road proposal in Government Gazette

24/03/1868 Kangaroo Valley to Broughton Creek Road said to be complete

09/09/1871 Kangaroo Valley to Broughton Creek reported as only suitable for pack horse

1874 Presbyterian Church built
1874 Cosmopolitan Hall adjacent to Pioneer Hotel erected in weatherboard by Charles Robinson
 

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1874--Newry, Ireland--Mrs Sarah Robinson, widow of Christopher Robinson, Esq. of Warren Point, aged 81 and mother of Mrs Henry Dixon and Charles Robinson of Broughton Creek, NSW.
 

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