Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Mabel Lillian GOREAge: 6218801942

Name
Mabel Lillian GORE
Given names
Mabel Lillian
Surname
GORE
Married name
Mabel Lillian McRAE
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth about 1880
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a daughter
#1
Phyllis Mary Cameron McRAE
10 December 1907 (Age 27)
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a daughter
#2
Verna Lesley McRAE
5 April 1910 (Age 30)
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
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MarriageHugh ‘Ewen’ McRAEView this family
24 June 1924 (Age 44)
Citation details: 5532/1924 MCRAE HUGH GORE MABEL L ASHFIELD
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Citation details: 14 March 2011
Text:

In part:

"My Mother was shocked realizing that her parents were not married. Naturally she couldn't talk to them about it as they were both died. I don't think she ever got over that. These days it is the norm!! So why weren't they married? Well Hugh had previously married Agnes Ingall of Maitland in 1881 and had a son Herbert in 1882. However according to gossip a year or two afterwards she ran off with a dentist/doctor. I assume that it was Dr Edmund Kavanaugh and she supposedly divorced (could you do that in 1881?) and married Edmund in 1884. So did Mabel Lillian Gore know anything about Hugh's previous marriage and why wait until 1924 to get married. They already had two children, my Mother and Aunty Phil. If they were divorced in 1884 he could have easily marriage Mabel prior to 1907 when Phil was born? According to my Father (Raymond) Mum recalls them going away for a weekend in 1924. Something they never did and this is when they married although she didn't know that at the time. Is it possible that Agnes and Hugh infact didn't get divorced until 1924? and that was the reason they did not marry earlier."

ResidenceHugh ‘Ewen’ McRAEView this family
1930 (Age 50)
Address: "Tassy" Kingston Street
Death of a husbandHugh ‘Ewen’ McRAE
3 November 1932 (Age 52)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 17043/1932 MACRAE HUGH MALCOLM CHRISTINA ANNANDALE
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Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
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Residence 1936 (Age 56)
Address: 7 Kensington Street
Publication: 1936
Marriage of a childKenneth Raymond WISEMANVerna Lesley McRAEView this family
24 June 1940 (Age 60)
Citation details: 21913/1940 WISEMAN KENNETH RAYMOND MCRAE VERNA LESLEY PARRAMATTA
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Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Citation details: 14 March 2011
Text:

In part:

"They were married on 24th June 1924. (I have a copy of the certificate)."

Note: The Clan Cameron web site has the marriage date of 28 June 1940.
Death 9 May 1942 (Age 62)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 7223/1942 MCRAE MABEL LILIAN ROBERT MARY ASHFIELD
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
herself
Family with Hugh ‘Ewen’ McRAE - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: 24 June 1924Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia
-17 years
daughter
Phyllis Mary Cameron McRAE
Birth: 10 December 1907 49 27Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: 9 October 1960Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
Verna Lesley McRAE
Birth: 5 April 1910 51 30Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: 9 June 1975Lindfield, , New South Wales, Australia
Hugh ‘Ewen’ McRAE + Agnes INGALL - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: 11 November 1881Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
Divorce: before 1884
14 months
step-son

BirthWeb Site - Clan Cameron
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
MarriageMarriages registered in New South Wales.
Citation details: 5532/1924 MCRAE HUGH GORE MABEL L ASHFIELD
Quality of data: secondary evidence
MarriageWeb Site - Clan Cameron
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
MarriageEmails - Richard Wiseman
Citation details: 14 March 2011
Text:

In part:

"My Mother was shocked realizing that her parents were not married. Naturally she couldn't talk to them about it as they were both died. I don't think she ever got over that. These days it is the norm!! So why weren't they married? Well Hugh had previously married Agnes Ingall of Maitland in 1881 and had a son Herbert in 1882. However according to gossip a year or two afterwards she ran off with a dentist/doctor. I assume that it was Dr Edmund Kavanaugh and she supposedly divorced (could you do that in 1881?) and married Edmund in 1884. So did Mabel Lillian Gore know anything about Hugh's previous marriage and why wait until 1924 to get married. They already had two children, my Mother and Aunty Phil. If they were divorced in 1884 he could have easily marriage Mabel prior to 1907 when Phil was born? According to my Father (Raymond) Mum recalls them going away for a weekend in 1924. Something they never did and this is when they married although she didn't know that at the time. Is it possible that Agnes and Hugh infact didn't get divorced until 1924? and that was the reason they did not marry earlier."

ResidenceAustralian Electoral Roll - NSW - 1930
ResidenceAustralian Electoral Roll - NSW - 1936
Publication: 1936
NameWeb Site - Clan Cameron
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence
DeathDeaths Registered in New South Wales
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 7223/1942 MCRAE MABEL LILIAN ROBERT MARY ASHFIELD
Quality of data: secondary evidence
DeathWeb Site - Clan Cameron
Citation details: Gedcom downloaded from Clan Cameron
Quality of data: secondary evidence