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JACKA William married Grace HOLLOW 1818

Journal by tonkin

Information Journal.

Groom: William JACKA.
Bride: Grace HOLLOW

Date married: 24 January 1888.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall, England.

Witness 1: Gregory NICHOLAS.
Witness 2: John GILBERT.

Ten children located Cornwall Baptism records for William and Grace.


Thomas JACKA.
Baptised: 17 December 1818, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -

Married: Mary EDDY.
Date: 03 August 1842.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall.
See Post: JACKA Thomas married Mary EDDY 1842


William JACKA.
Baptised: 11 September 1820, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -


Baptised: 26 May 1822, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: 1912 Rokewood, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 90 years.

Married: Thomasine OSBORN.
Date: 10 October 1848.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall.
See Post: JACKA John married Thomasin OSBORN 1848


Eliza JACKA.
Baptised: 19 October 1823, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -


Marianne Elizabeth JACKA.
Baptised: 14 November 1824, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -


Grace JACKA.
Baptised: 04 June 1826, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: 1890 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 60 years.

Married: Thomas HOSKIN.
Date: 18 October 1853.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall.
See Post: HOSKIN Thomas married Grace JACKA 1853


Nathaniel JACKA.
Baptised: 22 November 1829, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: 1894 Bunninyong, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 65 years.

Married: Mary NICHOLLS.
Date: 10 November 1853.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall.
See Post: JACKA Nathaniel married Mary NICHOLLS 1853


Josiah JACKA.
Baptised: 12 September, 1832 St Baryan, Cornwall.
Died: 18 June 1910, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 77 years.

Buried: Barrabool Hills (Highton) Cemetery, Victoria.
Section: Methodist.
Row: 02.
Grave number: 102.
Service date: 20 June 1910.

Married: Elizabeth Jane Tremewan BOTTRELL.
Date: 16 February 1854.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall.
See Post: JACKA Josiah married Elizabeth BOTTRELL 1854


Francis Wood JACKA.
Baptised: 18 January 1835, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: 1841 St Buryan, Cornwall.
Age: 06 years.
Buried: 08 January 1841, St Buryan, Cornwall.


Samuel JACKA.
Baptised: 17 March 1839, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -

Married: Nancy THOMAS.
Date: 15 December 1876.
Place: St Buryan, Cornwall.

Cornwall OPC Database.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Barrabool Cemetery Records, Victoria.

JN 37192

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by farrowbmf on 2013-05-16 09:43:00

William Jacka and Grace Hollow

William's father was William Jacka born 1763 St.Buryan wife unknown they had seven children.

William 1794 and my g.g.grandmother Elizabeth b1793 were brother and sister, one of William's children was Joseph 1832 Joseph had a son Nathaniel b1861 in Australia and he had a son Albert b1893 who was the first Australian to win a V.C. you may already have this information William and Grace had fourteen children.

by tonkin on 2013-05-17 05:34:13

Thank you farrowbmf.

I did not know Albert was the first Australia to win the V.C., and it looks like I have missed four of William and Grace's children.

I appreciate your reply.

by farrowbmf on 2013-05-18 06:20:50

Albert Jacka lived in St.Kilda, a Shopping Mall was named after him last year,in January of each year a Service is held at the graveside of Albert in St.Kilda local dignatories attend and so do descendants of the Jacka family, I was invited but I live in England to far for me to go if you live anywhere near St.Kilda it may be worth a visit. A book was written called Hard Jacks I obtained the book from Australia it is very interesting. He was a man who helped others all his life.

by tonkin on 2013-05-18 23:53:12

I'm sure it will be very interesting reading farrowbmf.

Will chase up the publishing details online and try and get a copy.

Thanks again.

by ngairedith on 2013-05-19 00:22:56

by tonkin on 2013-05-19 01:38:54

Thanks ngairedith.

Your better than the Victorian yellow pages.


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