- Married: 1918, Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia
- Died: 28 Jan 1949, Mosman, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 1
There are some problems here: The NSW BDM Register shows Georgina "Casimir" having married Charles B. Spring in 1918 (Charles B. Spring died in 1938). However, according to the obituary of George Davis, he and his wife Lucy Casimir had a daughter Georgina, who married Spring of Mosman. The wife of the late Charles B. Spring was called Daisy in her death notice, having died on 28 Jan 1949 in Mosman. In the Will of Georgina's aunt, Martha Tennant, she refers to "her niece Georgina Spring also known as Daisy Spring wife of Charles B. Spring of Rylstone." There is no entry in the NSW BDM for the marriage of a Spring and a Davis. Furthermore, Georgina Spring appears in several newspapers* dated 29 August 1938 recording how she was bashed on a train whilst travelling to Sydney to arrange her late husband's funeral. Her age is given as 69 years which would place her date of birth c. 1869, far too early to have been the daughter of George Davis and Lucy Casimir. One can only assume the age given in these reports is significantly out.
* e.g. Singleton Argus, Newcastle Morning Herald, Miners' Advocate, Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative.
In 1930, Georgina Spring was living on Fitzgerald Street, Rylstone. Present was husband Charles Ballment Spring, clerk
In 1936, Georgina Spring was living on Fitzgerald Street, Rylstone. Present was husband Charles Ballment Spring, hospital secretary
In 1943, Georgina Spring was living at 2 Iluka Road, Mosman. Her occupation was a Music Teacher. Present was husband Charles Ballment Spring, hospital secretary
" SPRING DaisyJanuary 28, 1949, at a private hospital, Mosman, beloved wife of the late Charles B. Spring. Privately cremated."
Georgina married Charles Ballment SPRING, son of Henry SPRING and Marion, in 1918 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia. (Charles Ballment SPRING was born about 1866 and died on 27 Aug 1938 in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia.)