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Charles Jonas Clark and Ann Powell

Journal by MsMeridy

Charles Jonas Clark was born in England 20th September 1829 to Benjamin Thomas Clark and Anne Leaford Shuker.

Charles married Elizabeth Tolliday in 1853 and they had one daughter Jane when they migrated to Australia with Elizabeth's mother Jane, sister Christiana and two brothers William and John Curtis in 1855.

Charles and Elizabeth went onto have 9 other children born in Australia. Elizabeth passed away in 1874.

Charles married Ann Powell in 1892. More details to come I hope.

Charles died on September 20th 1892, (his 63rd birthday)at Scarsdale, Victoria. He was buried at the Smythesdale cemetery on September 24th 1892.

More research to do, as I didn't realise until today that he had remarried. He wasn't married to Ann Powell for long as the marriage was in 1892 and he died the same year.

Organising to get a photo of the gravestone for Charles Jonas from the cemetery in Victoria. Here is hoping.


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on 2009-08-23 02:21:03

MsMeridy , from Goorambat, Victoria, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since May 2007. is researching the following names: TOLLIDAY, CLARK, MILES and 65 other(s).

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by BobEvans on 2012-08-08 09:16:41

Dear MsMeridy,
I am researching currently the Ann Powell line, and I am delighted to find that you have found the link to Ann.
She was married twice before she met and married Charles, I am happy to share what I know please let me know if I can help, and hopefully you can help me locate the grave and date of death of Ann, I have been trying for the last few days and came up empty.
Bob Evans

by MsMeridy on 2012-11-15 20:04:03

Hello Bob, I really have to apologise to you as I have not been checking my yahoo email. This gives me the alert that I have mail at FTC.

If you care to write to me at the email I use, that would be best.
It is

I don't do any research these days. I was so into it a few years ago. But I am working part time and it takes up a lot of my energy. I am slo into photography in a big way now. Doing weddings and baby bumps and sports pix.

We ahve a farm and I am to pay the accounts and do the stuff for the tax office.

Where are you from.

I am happy to share any information I ahve with you. I have access to a Family History Group resources, their disks etc. Where I can get the dates and registartion numbers of family.


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