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Sarah Woods was born 10 November 1821 in Lower Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia to Thomas Woods (c1796-1837) and Sarah Mary Stubbs (1798-1878) and died 13 November 1877 57 of Apoplectic fit. She married Thomas Greentree (1814-1893) 16 October 1838 in Lower Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of Thomas Greentree and Sarah Woods (1821-1877)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Henry James Greentree (1839-1911) 13 September 1839 Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia 20 August 1911 Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia Maria Mills (1845-1912)
Sarah Greentree (1841-1913)
Thomas Greentree (1844-1927)
William George Greentree (1846-1903) 20 October 1846 Hawkesbury River, New South Wales, Australia 20 May 1903 Ebenezer, New South Wales, Australia Elizabeth Charlotte Cross (1851-1938)
Reuben Greentree (1848-1932)
Jane Greentree (1850-1939)
Jesse Greentree (1853-1908) 21 October 1853 Lower Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia 22 February 1908 Wisemans Ferry, New South Wales, Australia Elizabeth Douglass (1848-1937)
David Greentree (1853-1929)
Albert Greentree (1856-1910)
Nathan Greentree (1858-1936) 19 July 1858 Lower Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia 4 April 1936 Lower Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia Hannah Douglass (c1851-1931)
Saul Greentree (1861-1949)
Eli Ernest Greentree (1866-1949)
Elizabeth Greentree (1866-?)
Maria Greentree (?-1884)





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¶ Death
  • 1. BDM NSW 4338/1877 GREENTREE, SARAH Father:THOMAS Mother: SARAH BRISBANE WATER

2. [Trove]GREENTREE.November 13, at her residence, Lower Hawkesbury, from apoplectic fit, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr Thomas Greentree, aged 57 years, leaving a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss (Sydney Morning Herald) 17 Nov 1877 p1



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