Emily Leila Jean Mair, 1882–1968 (aged 85 years)
|Birth|| August 5, 1882
|Birth of a brother||Laurie Mair|
February 26, 1884 (aged 1 year)
|Birth of a brother||Raymond Mair|
September 15, 1885 (aged 3 years)
|Death of a sister||Louisa Mair|
1886 (aged 3 years)
|Death of a brother||Laurie Mair|
July 16, 1886 (aged 3 years)
|Birth of a sister||Minna Isabel Mair|
1887 (aged 4 years)
|Death of a brother||George C Mair|
1892 (aged 9 years)
|Birth of a brother||Malcolm George Mair|
1894 (aged 11 years)
|Death of a maternal grandfather||John Jenkins|
October 16, 1899 (aged 17 years)
|Death of a father||George Mair|
November 17, 1907 (aged 25 years)
|Birth of a daughter||Elizabeth Maude Moore|
1912 (aged 29 years)
|Death of a brother||Malcolm George Mair|
April 14, 1917 (aged 34 years)
Cause: Killed in action
Private Malcolm George Mair has been killed in action in France. Previous to enlisting he was a clerk in the Commercial Bank at Grenfell.
Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1881 - 1938) Friday 8 June 1917 p 2 Article
Private M. G. Mair.
Constable R. Mair, of Jindabyne, (well-known in this and Yalgogrin district), received word on Saturday last that his brother, Private Malcolm George Mair, had been killed in action in France.
Previous to enlisting he was a clerk in the Commercial Bank at Grenfell. He was barely 19 when he enlisted two years ago in the Machine Gun Section. His parents were well-known residents of Gundagai, and his grandfather was the first Mayor of Wagga.
He leaves an aged mother, two sisters and two brothers to mourn their sad loss.
Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954) Tuesday 5 June 1917 p 2 Article
On the Great War Memorial on Tuesday, Cr. J. F. McLaughlin placed a wreath, bearing the following inscription: "In loving memory of my son, Malcolm George Mair, killed in action, France, May 14th, 1917."
The wreath was sent by the soldier's mother who now resides at West Wyalong, and this floral token has arrived every year for the past 17 years. Mrs. Mair is now over 80 years of age, and was a daughter of the late John Jenkins, owner of the vast Nangus Estate.
Her husband, the late George Mair, was the first Mayor of Gundagai; and her son was a native of Gundagai, but at the time of his enlistment he was in the Commercial Bank at Grenfell.
The wreath that was sent was the work of a florist's art. It was carried out in a autumn shades, from the very fairest cream to the deepest orange.
The Gundagai Independent (NSW : 1928 - 1939) Thursday 16 May 1935 p 3 Article
|Burial of a brother||Malcolm George Mair|
April 1917 (aged 34 years)
|Death of a sister||Minna Isabel Mair|
November 11, 1917 (aged 35 years)
Mrs. MAIR and FAMILY return THANKS to the doctors sisters and nursing staff of St Vincents Hospital for their untiring attention during the illness of their late daughter and sister, Minna Isabel Fennell.
Mr. F.E. FENNELL returns his heartfelt THANKS to the doctors, sisters, and nursing staff of St Vincents Hospital, also Dr Thane (Randwick), for their great mildness and untiring attention lo his late wife.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 21 November 1917 p 10 Family Notices
|Death of a maternal grandmother||Maria Ray|
April 22, 1924 (aged 41 years)
JENKINS.—April 22, 1924, at her daughter's residence, Blairgowrie, Epping, Maria dearly loved mother of Charlotte, Stanley, Maria Ray, Sarah Fennell, Eliza Mair, Minnie Beveridge, Frank Jenkins and the late John William Ridley and Elizabeth Jenkins.
JENKINS.—April 22, at Blairgowrie, Epping, Maria, dear grandmother (Gongie) of Lois Hogg, Dorothy Piper, Lawrie Dence, Nola, Alwynne, Rex, and Bruce Beveridge.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 23 April 1924 p 12 Family Notices
|Residence|| between 1930 and 1980 (aged 97 years)|
|Death of a mother||Eliza Jenkins|
April 19, 1943 (aged 60 years)
MRS. GEORGE MAIR
The death of Mrs. Mair, widow of the late Mr. George Mair, who died in a private hospital at Marrickville on Monday April 19, in the 87th year, breaks a link with the earliest pioneers of the Murrumbidgee Valley.
The late Mrs. Mair was the daughter of John Jenkins, of Nangus Station, Gundagai. It was at Nangus that Mrs. Mair was born 87 years ago. The Jenkins family was well-known throughout the whole of Riverina, being one of the earliest pastoral families' to settle in this part of the State.
The Mair family was also a very old pioneer family. The first Geo. Mair was mayor in Wagga in 1878, and the family at that time was residing in Thorne-street, opposite Bird Park.
Mr. Mair was the owner of Duro Station, Yass. The eldest son of this family, George, married Miss Jenkins, and there were seven children of the marriage: Allan, of Forbes; Leila (Mrs. Moore), Mittagong; and Ray, Police Station, Henty.
Two sons, Colin and Laurie, and a daughter, Minna (Mrs. Fennell) pre deceased their mother. Another son, Malcolm George, was killed in France in the Great War of 1914-18. Mr. and Mrs. George Mair lived for many years at Gundagai, where Mr. Mair was in business as a stock and station agent. They were held in high esteem, and formed a large circle of friends. Mrs. Mair was for a number of years a devoted church worker.
After the death of her husband, which occurred about 35 years ago, Mrs. Mair lived with her sister, Mrs. Steel Beveridge, and other members of her family. The passing of Mrs. Mair leave now one surviving link only of the Jenkins family of Nangus Station, who were so well known in the early days — Mrs Steel Beveridge.
Mrs. Mair, although at a very advanced age, continued to lead a most active life up till recently when she suffered from a sudden illness, and a few days later died.
The funeral took place on Wednesday, April 21 in the Church of England portion of Rookwood Cemetery.
The Henty Observer and Culcairn Shire Register (NSW : 1914 - 1950) Friday 7 May 1943 p 1 Article
|Burial of a mother||Eliza Jenkins|
April 21, 1943 (aged 60 years)
|Death of a brother||Allan Hay Mair|
March 1, 1953 (aged 70 years)
|Burial of a brother||Allan Hay Mair|
March 3, 1953 (aged 70 years)
MAIR-The Funeral of the late ALLAN HAY MAIR, late of 42 Fitzroy Street Kirribilli will leave our Funeral Home corner Miller and Falcon Streets North Sydney. This Tuesday at 3 p m for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 3 March 1953 p 16 Family Notices
|Death|| February 23, 1968 (aged 85 years) Age: 85|
Marriage: January 15, 1879 — Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia
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