Jane Benedicta Stephens
JANE BENEDICTA STEPHENS.D.1922
Jane Benedicta Stephens  ‏(I0191)‏
Name:
Jane Benedicta Stephens
   


Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 20 February 1874 25 25 Buckenbah Yeoval NSW
Death: 29 July 1922 ‏(Age 48)‏
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 20 February 1874 25 25 Buckenbah Yeoval NSW


Note: Yeoval was initially known as Buckinbah in the 1860s until the name was changed in 1882.‏[2]‏ It was the first home of Banjo Patterson ‏(1864-1869)‏ Paterson's family lived on the isolated Buckinbah Station near Yeoval NSW‏[4]‏ until he was five when his father lost his wool clip in a flood and was forced to sell up.‏[5]‏
Residence Address:
Summer St
Orange NSW

Death 29 July 1922 ‏(Age 48)‏

Cause of death: Tetanus
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Parents Family  (F063)
Andrew Stephens
1848 - 1874
Rose Mary Collins
1848 - 1915
Edward John "Jack" Stephens
1868 - 1902
Thomas Stephens
1870 - 1910
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Jane Benedicta Stephens
1874 - 1922

Step-Parent Family  (F070)
Henry Folk "Harry" Glasson
1850 - 1895
Rose Mary Collins
1848 - 1915
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Private
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Private
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Private
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Private
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Bernard Leslie Folk Glasson
1895 - 1896


Notes

Note
Orange Leader
MISS J. STEPHENS.
The death took place on Friday
morning of Miss Jennie Stephens, sec-
daughter of the late Mrs. H. F.
Glasson, and member of the well-
known family of that name of Sum-
mer street. It appears that the de-
ceased, whilst gardening about a fort-
night ago, ran a splinter into a fin-
ger and blood poisoning set in, to
be followed by an attack of tetanus,
which caused her death. The funeral
took place on Friday afternoon, the re-
mains being interred in the R.C. por-
tion of the Orange cemetery, Rev. Fr.
O'Donnell officiating at the graveside

Note
In 1868, gold, silver and copper were discovered 7 km from Yeoval. The Goodrich Mine operated in this area periodically until 1971.‏[4]‏
Birth Yeoval was initially known as Buckinbah in the 1860s until the name was changed in 1882.‏[2]‏ It was the first home of Banjo Patterson ‏(1864-1869)‏ Paterson's family lived on the isolated Buckinbah Station near Yeoval NSW‏[4]‏ until he was five when his father lost his wool clip in a flood and was forced to sell up.‏[5]‏

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Family with Parents
Father
Andrew Stephens ‎(I0147)‎
Birth 15 March 1848 32 32 Canoblas Bathurst District, NSW
Death 7 July 1874 ‏(Age 26)‏ Goodrich ‏(near Molong)‏
7 months
Mother
 
Rose Mary Collins ‎(I0158)‎
Birth 18 October 1848 32 31 Summerhill near Orange ‏(at Springside or Gosling Creek‏
Death 23 November 1915 ‏(Age 67)‏ Orange

Marriage: 18 July 1867 -- Forest-Orange-NSW
13 months
#1
Brother
Edward John "Jack" Stephens ‎(I0202)‎
Birth 17 August 1868 20 19 Forest
Death 23 August 1902 ‏(Age 34)‏ Orange
2 years
#2
Brother
Thomas Stephens ‎(I1159)‎
Birth 10 May 1870 22 21 Forest, nr Orange NSW
Death 25 June 1910 ‏(Age 40)‏ Tamworth NSW
#3
Sister
#4
Jane Benedicta Stephens ‎(I0191)‎
Birth 20 February 1874 25 25 Buckenbah Yeoval NSW
Death 29 July 1922 ‏(Age 48)‏
Mother's Family with Henry Folk "Harry" Glasson
Step-Father
Henry Folk "Harry" Glasson ‎(I0424)‎
Birth 15 February 1850 The Murray/Burra South Australia
Death 11 August 1895 ‏(Age 45)‏ Orange Cemetery
-16 months
Mother
 
Rose Mary Collins ‎(I0158)‎
Birth 18 October 1848 32 31 Summerhill near Orange ‏(at Springside or Gosling Creek‏
Death 23 November 1915 ‏(Age 67)‏ Orange

Marriage: 7 October 1877 -- Wellington NSW
#1
Half-Sister
#2
Half-Brother
#3
Half-Brother
#4
Half-Brother
#5
Half-Brother
#6
Half-Sister
#7
Half-Brother
#8
Half-Brother
Bernard Leslie Folk Glasson ‎(I0264)‎
Birth 4 May 1895 45 46
Death 3 January 1896 ‏(Age 7 months)‏ Orange Cemetery