Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Alexander DUBOIS + Margaret N MASON

8 children
Herbert Aexander DUBOIS
Birth: June 30, 1862 22 19Chippendale, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 7, 1920Balmain North, New South Wales, Australia
Lillian Willener DUBOIS
Birth: June 23, 1868 28 25Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1944Ryde, New South Wales, Australia
Kate Susan DUBOIS
Birth: about 1871 30 28The Glebe, New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 23, 1885Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Alexander DUBOIS
Birth: January 23, 1880 39 37Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1915Balmain South, New South Wales, Australia

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Family group information
Marriage 1862
Citation details: 75/1862 DUBOIS ALEXANDER MASON MARGARET H SYDNEY
Quality of data: unreliable evidence
Publication: July, 2000
Note:
Citation details: 1 September 2005
Text:

Hello Stuart Well everything has kinda settled down now and we've all gotten on with our lives ..and Pat's legacy is the happiness and joy we all had with her for 62 years..I'll miss her greatly in my life but she'll be forever in my heart....now to pass on the information from the memorial at Rookwood Cemetery :

Alexander Dubois died 2/10/1879, aged 39 years born England, died Waterloo Sydney leaving wife and 8 children (Obelisk with encircling wreath) Margaret Dubois, date of death Unk, aged 88 Catherine Mason, b Inverness Scotland. Died at her residence Chippendale Sydney 20 May 1879, aged 62 William Mason died 29 May 1856 Husband of Above. Interred at Devonshire Street Cemetery Catherine Mason died 7 December 1941 aged 96 - "AUNTIE" - Verse-" Farewell Dear Mother". Marion Crow Ada Vera Cox died 15 July 1898, 2 years 10 months Dorothy Willena Cox died 25 July 1898 2 years 1 month Kate Susan Dubois died 23 May 1885 aged 14 Herbert Alexander Dubois died 7 July 1920 aged 58

Hope this information helps Stuart and if you need another name lookup just give me a holler!...regards Elly

Quality of data: secondary evidence
Note: The details in the letter from Barry Fullagar are unclear. It is NOT certain that Alexander and Margaret married (or even if they knew each other). Circumstantial evidence point to their marrieage and also points to them having the follow ing children.