Cudgegong Valley History Project

Jemima “Mima” Court1923

Name
Jemima “Mima” Court
Given names
Jemima
Surname
Court
Married name
Jemima Milne
Nickname
Mima
MarriageRobert Forbes MilneView this family
yes

Death 1844

Birth of a daughter
#1
Lily Maud Milne
1865

Birth of a daughter
#2
Minnie Jane Milne
1866

Birth of a son
#3
Robert J Milne
1867

Birth of a son
#4
Herbert Forbes Milne
1868

Birth of a son
#5
Frank Allen Milne
1870

Death of a sonFrank Allen Milne
1871

Birth of a son
#6
Frederick A Milne
1872

Birth of a daughter
#7
Jessie May Milne
1874

Death of a daughterJessie May Milne
1875

Birth of a daughter
#8
Jessie Christina Milne
1876

Birth of a child
#9
Unnamed Milne
1879

Death of a childUnnamed Milne
1879

Birth of a daughter
#10
Daisy May Milne
1880

Birth of a son
#11
Cecil P C Milne
1882

Death of a daughterDaisy May Milne
1883

Death of a sonCecil P C Milne
1883

Death of a husbandRobert Forbes Milne
August 26, 1897
Note: DEATHS: MILNE. - August 26, at the residence of his son, Public School, Spring Hill, Robert Forbes Milne, late of Mudgee, and son of the late Captain Robert Milne, of Balmain, in his 63rd year (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 28 August 1897, page 1).
Marriage of a childRobert SlaterJessie Christina MilneView this family
1899

Death of a daughterJessie Christina Milne
December 26, 1905
Note: DEATHS: SLATER -December 26, at her residence, Victoria avenue, Penshurst, Jessie Christina beloved wife of Robert Slater and youngest daughter of the late Robert Forbes Milne of Mudgee, aged 29 years. Funeral at Sutherland this afternoon (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 28 December 1905, page 4).
Death September 4, 1923
Note: DEATHS: MILNE. - 4th Instant, at her residence, "Burrundulla," 23 Victoria Avenue, Penshurst, Jemima (Mima) Milne, widow of the late Robert Forbes Milne, late of Mudgee, in her 80th year (Daily Telegraph, Wednesday 5 September 1923, page 8).
Family with Robert Forbes Milne - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage:
daughter
Lily Maud Milne
Birth: 1865 30
Death: September 5, 1951St George Hospital, Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
Minnie Jane Milne
Birth: 1866 31
Death: January 26, 193523 Victoria Avenue, Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
2 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
4 years
child
2 years
daughter
3 years
son

  1. Generation 1
    1. Jemima “Mima” Court. She died on September 4, 1923 in Burrundulla, 23 Victoria Avenue, Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia. She married Robert Forbes Milne, son of Robert Milne and Elizabeth Jane ,. He was born in 1835 and died on August 26, 1897 in Public School residence, Spring Hill, New South Wales, Australia at the age of 62.

      Children of Jemima “Mima” Court and Robert Forbes Milne:

      1. Lily Maud Milne (18651951)
      2. Minnie Jane Milne (18661935)
      3. Robert J Milne (1867)
      4. Herbert Forbes Milne (18681924)
      5. Frank Allen Milne (18701871)
      6. Frederick A Milne (1872)
      7. Jessie May Milne (18741875)
      8. Jessie Christina Milne (18761905)
      9. Unnamed Milne (18791879)
      10. Daisy May Milne (18801883)
      11. Cecil P C Milne (18821883)
  2. Generation 2
    1. Herbert Forbes Milne, son of Robert Forbes Milne and Jemima “Mima” Court, was born in 1868 and died on February 11, 1924 in Rylstone School Residence, Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia at the age of 56. He married Alicia Agnes Adams Sheppard, daughter of Montgomery Jennings Sheppard and Agnes McSpadden.

      Children of Herbert Forbes Milne and Alicia Agnes Adams Sheppard:

      1. Herbert S Milne (1899)
      2. Private
    2. Jessie Christina Milne, daughter of Robert Forbes Milne and Jemima “Mima” Court, was born in 1876 and died on December 26, 1905 in Victoria Avenue, Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia at the age of 29. She married Robert Slater in 1899.

Death

DEATHS: MILNE. - 4th Instant, at her residence, "Burrundulla," 23 Victoria Avenue, Penshurst, Jemima (Mima) Milne, widow of the late Robert Forbes Milne, late of Mudgee, in her 80th year (Daily Telegraph, Wednesday 5 September 1923, page 8).