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Witnesses on 1909 NSW Marriage

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St Paul's Redfern
No. 265 1909 27 July
James Sands Stewart - Slater - 44 Pitt St Redfern - Bachelor - Dunfermline Scotland - 25 - William Stewart (Decd.) & Jane Hoggan (Decd.) - Slater
Phyllis Catherine Fuller - - - same address - Spinster - Redfern - 23 - Henry Fuller (Decd.) & Jeanie Douglas - Clerk
Parties signed: Jas S Stewart, Phyllis C Fuller
Witnesses: ... ? ...?, A. ... ?
By me F B Boyce Officiating Minister

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Yes, gibbo, some are almost impossible.

Looks like T Roor. Or Roork ? Or Rook ?

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Death ROOK THOMAS 14945/1918 JAMES ISABELLA -NEWTOWN

Don't think it's Turner.

Only two of James siblings came to Australia. Sister Jane/Jean didn't marry. She died 1952. Sister Mary married in Scotland in 1910 and arrived that year.

If it is A Stewart then it appears not to be a relative. Well, I can't at the moment prove it's a relative.

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Thanks Emeltee.

Probably Rook and more likely Steward than Stewart.

Lots of possible A Steward in NSW BDM.

The Sydney Morning Herald - Sat 13 Nov 1909 p.12
MARRIAGES
STEWART - FULLER.-July 27, at St. Paul's Redfern, by the Rev. Canon Boyce, James Sands, youngest son of the late William Stewart of Dunfermline, Scotland, to Phyllis Catherine, daughter of the late Henry Fuller of Oak Hill, Dural.


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