Biography

Emma Marion Dawson was born 19 January 1860 in Erskine Park, New South Wales, Australia to Henry Hockney Dawson (c1825-1863) and Wilhelmina Grace Jones (1836-1890) and died 6 February 1917 Craignish, Maquarie-street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Alfred Llewellyn Bray (1842-1905) 28 March 1883 in Burwood, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of Alfred Llewellyn Bray and Emma Marion Dawson (1860-1917)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Erskine Llewellyn Bray (1884-1962)
Gordon Wolseley Bray (1885-1935)
Mary Rebecca Bray (1886-1958)
Alfred Henry Keith Bray (1888-1958)
Arthur Gilson Bray (1890-1954)
Emma Beatrice Bray (1895-1913)
Mildred Geraldine Bray (1896-1956)

Obituary

DEATH OF MRS. A. BRAY.

Mrs Emma M Bray, widow of Mr Alfred Bray, of Concord, died at Craignish, Macquarie-street, yesterday. She has left two daughters, Mrs. Brearley, wife of Dr. Brearley, and Miss Mildred Bray, and four sons, Mr. Erskine Bray, of Bigga, Crookwell, Dr. Gordon Bray, and Lieuts. Keith and Gilson Bray (machine-gun section).

The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 February 1917, page 12






Footnotes (including sources)

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₪ Wedding
  • BRAY—DAWSON.—March 28, at St. Luke's Church, Burwood, by the very Rev. Dean of Sydney, assisted by the Rev. Canon Moreton, incumbent, Alfred Llewellyn, youngest son of the late Thomas Bray, of Bray Grove, Concord, to Emma Marion, eldest daughter of the late Henry Hockney Dawson, of Erskine Park, South Creek.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 31 March 1883, page 1
¶ Death
  • BRAY.—At Craignish, Maquarie-street, Emma Marion, widow of the late Alfred L. Bray, of Concord.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 February 1917, page 10
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BRAY.—At Craignish, Maquarie-street, Emma Marion, widow of the late Alfred L. Bray, of Concord.
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BRAY—DAWSON.—March 28, at St. Luke's ChurcBRAY—DAWSON.—March 28, at St. Luke's Church, Burwood, by the very Rev. Dean of Sydney, assisted by the Rev. Canon Moreton, incumbent, Alfred Llewellyn, youngest son of the late Thomas Bray, of Bray Grove, Concord, to Emma Marion, eldest daughter of the late Henry Hockney Dawson, of Erskine Park, South Creek.</br>::The Sydney Morning Herald, 31 March 1883, page 1y Morning Herald, 31 March 1883, page 1] +