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Hi to all Casey family members and researchers:

This delightful couple were married in Tenterfield NSW in 1930.

I would love to know more about what happened to them.

Where did Jean Elizabeth Casey come from?

Did she have any children?

Albert (b 1891) died in Glen Innes NSW Australia in 1941.

Did Jean survive him?

Would love to add Jean's details to our family history and tree

Abi - Australia

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on 2009-04-09 15:28:05

abigail2 , from Cambridge Gardens, NSW, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2008. is researching the following names: MCINTYRE, PARKER, MOFFAT and 12 other(s).

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by allycat on 2009-04-09 20:01:09

Dear Abi,

Albert G. MCINTYRE married 1930 Tenterfield NSW to Jean CASEY, Registration No.17169/1930.

Buy their Marriage Certificate securely online

Births are only searchable online up to 1908. Alternatively, I could not find any deaths of possible children for the couple up to 1978.

Albert Gordon MCINTYRE died in 1941 registered Glen Innes NSW, son of Angus and Emily.

Purchase his Death Certificate

Is this his birth certificate - says he was born 1894 not 1891

The only 'Jean Elizabeth MCINTYRE' that I can find on NSW bdms online, died in 1971 at Grafton NSW, daughter of James and Agnes.

Purchase her Death Cert

Not sure if this is your ancestor's burial record:-

Inscription for Jean Elizabeth McIntyre

McIntyre Jean Elizabeth died 12 Nov 1971 aged 64y buried Maclean Lawn Cemetery, Brooms Head Road, Maclean NSW.

by abigail2 on 2009-04-09 20:18:55

Thank you Alison,

the insciption date from Maclean fits perfectly!

that is the type of info I am loking for.

I had the BDM info too, but it did not fit.

There are many people with the same names.

Thanks so much!


by mick2539 on 2011-05-31 06:10:40

Albert Gordon McIntyre married my Great Aunt Racheal Jane Casey in Tenterfield in 1930. Racheal chose to call herself Jean, because she didnt like her given names. She was the daughter of Owen and Rachel Casey and was born in 1885 at Casino. She lived in Sydney when she died in 1959 and was buried at Rookwood. Jean lived at Darlinghurst and worked at Farmers, in charges of the ladies inimate apparel department. Jean was also a keen golfer and had no children.

Mick McMahon

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