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Jessie Brown (1839–1917)

According to her marriage certificate, Jessie Brown was born in Scotland and was a servant, aged 29, and living at Rutherglen, at the time of her wedding. Her parents were Alexander Campbell, farmer, and Euphemia Campbell nee Ross.

The couple were married at Rutherglen on 16 April 1868 according to the forms of the Presbyterian Church. She was married on the same same day and place as her sister and brother-in-law, Janet and George Hamilton Willis.

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  • Campbell, Jessie



13 September, 1917 (aged ~ 78)
Corowa, New South Wales, Australia

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