James Weybury

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James Weybury was married to Sarah. They were in Ballarat in 1854.

Goldfields Involvement, 1854

Post 1854 Experiences

Mrs. Sarah Ann Robinson, wife of Mr. Robert Robinson, passed away at the Women's Hospital, Melbourne, on November 7, at the age of 46 years. The deceased lady was the eldest daughter of Mr. James Weybury, of Smythesdale, and she leaves a family of seven children. The funeral took place on November 9 from the residence of her sister, Mrs. Dern, Yarra street, Newport. The remains were interred in the Williamstown Cemetery, and there was a large following. There was a large number of floral tributes, the top of the hearse .and casket being covered. The pall-bearers were Messrs. J. Robinson (brother-in law), G. Hickey, C. Cameron, jun. and sen., - W. Weybury, J. Weybury, jun. and sen., J. Gurd, K. Walker, W. Dern, H. Dern, P. M'Gorian, E. Weybury and others. The Rev. Provan conducted services at the house and grave, while Messrs. Nelson Bros., of Douglas parade, carried out the funeral arrangements.[1]

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Further Reading


  1. Williamstown Chronicle, 25 November 1922.

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