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JOBSON George married Lydia MORRISON 1891

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Groom: George JOBSON.
Birth place: Given as Victoria.

Bride: Lydia MORRISON.
Birth place: Given as Geelong.

Year married: 1891.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Notes.
Lydia recorded as Lilley MORRISON marriage records.
I have used her correct name for this family record.
Lydia's parents, Owen and Annie, had their first child in Victoria in 1871 but no birth recorded for Lydia or Lilley circa 1867.

George died 1950 in Marysville, Victoria.
Age: 83 years.
Parents not recorded.

Buried: Fawkner Memorial Park, Victoria.
Area: Church of England.
Section: R.
Grave number: 687.
Service date: 20 February 1950.


Lydia died 1938 in Hawthorn East, Victoria.
Age: 77 years.
Death: Recorded as Lydia Jane JOBSON.
Parents named as Owen MORRISON and Annie ROGERS.

Buried: Fawkner Memorial Park, Victoria.
Area: Church of England.
Section: R.
Grave number: 687.
Service date: 27 July 1935.


Six children located Victoria for George and Lydia.

[1]

Isabella Jane JOBSON
.
Born: 1892 Balwyn, Victoria.
Died: 1976 Minyip, Victoria.
Age: 81 years.
Death: Recorded as Isabella Jean HOBSON.

Married: Robert Edward HOBSON.
Year: 1922.
Place: Victoria.
Isabella recorded as Isabella Jean JOBSON marriage records.

Robert was born 1871 in Learmonth, Victoria.
Parents named as Robert HOBSON and Fanny RICHARDSON.

Robert died 1952 in Minyip, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.
Parents named as Robert HOBSON and Fanny RICHARDSON.

[2]

George Edward JOBSON
.
Born: 1894 Mitcham, Victoria.
Died: 10 August 1976, Seddon, Victoria.
Age: 82 years.

Buried: Altona Memorial Park, Victoria.
Area: Floral Lawn CX.
Section: C.
Grave number: 30.
Service date: 12 August 1976.


[3]

Percy Arthur JOBSON
.
Born: 1897 Mitcham, Victoria.
Died: 1982 New South Wales.

First World War Nominal Roll Australia.
Name: Percy Arthur JOBSON.
Service Number: 3115.
Rank: Private.
Unit: 8th Australian Field Artillery Brigade.
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918.
Enlistment Date: 11 February 1916.
Fate: Returned to Australia.
Fate Date: 01 July 1919.


First World War Embarkation Roll Australia.
Name: Percy Arthur JOBSON.
Service Number: 3115.
Rank: Private.
Roll Title: 4th Light Horse Regiment.
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918.
Date of Embarkation: 06 December 1916.
Place of Embarkation: Melbourne, Victoria.
Ship Embarked On: HMAT ORSOVA.
Ship Number: A67.
Age: 19 years.
Occupation: Driver.
Status: Single.
Residence: Cowangie, Victoria.
Next of Kin: Father, George JOBSON, Cowangie, Victoria.


[4]

Myrtle Lydia JOBSON
.
Born: 1900 Mitcham, Victoria.
Died: 1972 Heathcote, Victoria.
Age: 72 years.

Married: Victor James LANFRANCHI.
Year: 1919.
Place: Victoria.

Victor was born 1888 in Carlton, Victoria.
Parents named as Joseph Victor LANFRANCHI and Mary Ann POWER.

Victor died 1976 Doncaster, Victoria.
Age: 88 years.
Parents named as Joseph Victor LANFRANCHI and Mary Ann POWER.

[5]

Bertram JOBSON
.
Born: 1905 Mitcham, Victoria.
Died: 1905 Mitcham, Victoria.
Age: Days.

[6]

Laureen Mildred JOBSON
.
Born: 1907 Mitcham, Victoria.
Died: 1985 Murrumbeena, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.
Death: Recorded as Laurene Mildred BOSELEY.

Married: William David BOSELEY.
Year: 1931.
Place: Victoria.
Laureen recorded as Laurene Mildred JOBSON marriage records.

William was born 1902 in Long Gully, Victoria.
Parents named as Alfred Ernest BOSELEY and Harriet ELLIOTT.

William died 1971 in Cowa, Victoria.
Age: 69 years.
Parents named as Alfred Ernest BOSELEY and Harriet ELLIOTT.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Altona Memorial Park Cemetery Records, Victoria.
Fawkner Memorial Park Cemetery Records, Victoria.

First World War Nominal Roll Australia.
First World War Embarkation Roll Australia.


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