Mary (Greentree) Wenban
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Mary Ann (Greentree) Wenban (1827 - 1907)

Mary Ann Wenban formerly Greentree
Born in Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1851 in Wilberforce, NSW, Australiamap
Descendants descendants
Died at age 80 in Spring Terrace, Orange, New South Wales, Australiamap
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Mary Ann Greentree (married name Wenban) was born on 13 January 1827 in Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia.

She married David Wenban in 1851 in Wilberforce.[1]

Together they became the parents of Annie Maria (Wenban) Langdon, Frederick Henry Wenban, Amy Elizabeth (Wenban) Ezzy, Jane Emmeline (Wenban) Ezzy, Alpheus Wenban, David John Wenban, Emily M Wenban, and William Robert Wenban.

Mary died on Aug. 27, 1907.


  1. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1949 for David Wenban & Mary A Greentree, registered at Wilberforce, NSW ( [on-line database]).

See also:

  • NSW BDM,s birth 8387/1827 1C, marriage 323/1851 37B, death 10443/1907

Additional Data

Death of Mrs. Wenban.
We (Orange (' Advocate') very much regret to have to record the death of one of the oldest residents of the district, Mrs. David Wenban (relict of the late and highly-respected old Millthorpeite, David Wenban, who predeceased his wife by some fifteen years), the sad event occurring on Sunday night at her residence, Spring Terrace, at the age of 80 years from senile decay and heart failure. The old lady had not been ailing and went to bed on Sunday night about 8.40 in her usual health, but died in five minutes. The family of the deceased old lady are Messrs Fred. Wenban, of Meranburn, Alfred and David Wenban, Millthorpe, W. Wenban, Spring Terrace, Mrs. Reuben and Mrs. Alf. Ezzy, Millthorpe, Mrs. Norris, Spring Creek, and Mrs. Langdon, Molong.
Molong Express and Western District Advertiser (NSW)
Saturday, 31 Aug 1907, Page 15.

Another old resident of the district, in the person of Mrs. Mary Ann Wen-ban, aged 80, relict of the late David Wenban, passed away rather suddenly at her son's residence about 9 o'clock last night. The deceased was in good health when she retired to bed, but shortly after retiring, her son heard her retching, and went into the room to see what was the matter. He at once saw that his mother was very ill, and in reply to a question, deceased said, "God help me!" and shortly af-terwards expired. The deceased had resided in the district for over 27 years. Her husband pre-deceased her by 15 years. She leaves four daugh-ter, viz., Mrs. Langdon (Molong), Mrs Reuben and Mrs. Alfred Ezzy (Mill-thorpe), Mrs. Morris (Spring Creek), The sons are Frederick (Meranburn) Alfred and David (Millthorpe), and William (Spring Terrace). The fune-ral will take place to-morrow morning, leaving her son's residence at 11 a.m. for the Millthorpe cemetery.

Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945), Tuesday 27 August 1907, page 3

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