Our Origins - the Family Histories of Craig Fullerton and Celine Amoyal
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George Jones **
(1825-1899)
Margaret Hardie **
(1826-1895)
William Cadzow **
(1830-1887)
Euphemia Brown **
(1832-1879)
William Jones **
(1848-1917)
Elizabeth Forsyth Cadzow **
(1855-1933)

Euphemia Cadzow Jones
(1877-1942)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Robert James Tobias

Euphemia Cadzow Jones

  • Born: 6 May 1877, Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia
  • Marriage (1): Robert James Tobias on 6 Mar 1906 in Hynds Coffee Palace, Bright, Victoria, Australia
  • Died: 22 Sep 1942, Alfred Hospital, Prahran, Victoria, Australia at age 65
  • Buried: 23 Sep 1942, Burwood Cemetery, Burwood, Victoria, Australia

bullet   Cause of her death was Diabetic coma - days, Renal failure - days.

bullet   Another name for Euphemia was Auntie Fame.

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bullet  General Notes:

In 1903 she was living in Harrietville, probably with her parents, occupation "home duties".

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

She worked as a Housekeeper at the time of her marriage on 6 Mar 1906 in Harrietville, Victoria, Australia.

She had a residence on 22 Oct 1917 in 5 Johnston St, , Glenferrie, Victoria, Australia.

She resided at the time of her death on 22 Sep 1942 in 34 Berkeley St, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia.


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Euphemia married Robert James Tobias, son of Abel James Tobias and Ellen Jane Faulkner, on 6 Mar 1906 in Hynds Coffee Palace, Bright, Victoria, Australia. (Robert James Tobias was born on 19 Aug 1870 in Bright, Victoria, Australia, christened on 11 Apr 1873 in Bright, Victoria, Australia, died on 31 Dec 1941 in Prince Henry's Hospital, South Melbourne, , Victoria, Australia and was buried on 2 Jan 1942 in Burwood Cemetery, Burwood, Victoria, Australia.). The cause of his death was Pulmonary embolism, Arteriosclerosis, Atheroma - years, Femoral thrombosis, Pernicious anaemia - years, Sub-acute combin.


bullet  Marriage Notes:

It was a presbyterian ceremony. Witnesses were Ernest Gow and Beatrice May Dare. Both bride and groom signed their names.

Their eldest child. Elizabeth was born 7 months after the wedding which may explain why it was not held in a Church.

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