When Mark Ernest Jobling was born on 21 July 1844 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, his father, Mark, was 40 and his mother, Juliana, was 23. He married Emily Cross on 7 April 1868. They had four children during their marriage. He lived at Cleave House Sticklepath June 1901, as he gives this address when signing a lease for a Manganese Mine in Milton Abbot (Held in Plymouth Archive). He died on 12 September 1921 at the age of 77, his residence at the time was Ramsley House South Tawton.
TIMELINE from Ancestry. February 2021
Mark Ernest Jobling was born on 21 July 1844 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, to Juliana Preston, age 23, and Mark Lambert Jobling, age 40.
Baptism. 21 Oct 1843 Saint Andrew,Newcastle Upon Tyne,Northumberland
His sister Julia Alice was born on 6 March 1845 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, when Mark was less than a year old.
His brother James Augustus (1846-1932) was born in July 1846 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland.
His brother John Edward Wilson (1849-1910) was born in 1849 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, when Mark Ernest was 5 years old.
Mark Ernest Jobling lived in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, in 1851. Relationship to head of household: Son
Also on 12 November 1859, aged 15y and at the time of the 1861 census (Relation to head – son).
Mark Ernest Jobling married Emily Cross (1845 -1904) on 7 April 1868 when he was 23 year at Lisson Grove, Marylebone, Middlesex, England
His daughter Agnes Lilyan was born on 13 October 1868 in Bodmin, Cornwall.
His father Mark Lambert Jobling (born 1804) passed away on 19 February 1870 at the age of 66, at Seaton Lodge, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne.
His son Ernest Nathaniel Lambert was born in January 1871 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland but sadly passed away on 21 August 1871 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, when he was less than a year old.
His daughter Mary was born on 22 May 1874, Barnes, London, England
Mark Ernest Jobling lived in London, London, in 1875.
His daughter Emily Alice (1878 – 1957) was born in January 1878.
1881 Census in Kensington, London, England and 1891 Lambeth, London, England
Mark Ernest Jobling lived in Fulham, Middlesex, in 1896.
Mark Ernest Jobling was in Barnstaple, Devon, in 1901 on census night. Relation to Head of House: Father-in-law
1901 Signed a lease for Milton Abbot Manganese mine, gave his address as Cleave House Sticklepath Sampford Courtenay.
His wife Emily passed away on 4 January 1904 in Barnstaple, Devon, at the age of 58. They had been married 35 years.
His mother Juliana (1821-1904) passed away on 3 February 1904 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, at the age of 83.
1905 A distressing miner’s death reported in Exeter & Plymouth Gazette. Sticklepath resident John Croote. Jobling spoke at the inquest.
His brother Alfred (1840-1910) died on 23 April 1910 when Mark Ernest was 65 years old.
His brother John Edward Wilson (1849-1910) died on 23 April 1910 at the Strand, London when Mark Ernest was 65
1911 Marital status widowed, Relation to head of household Father-in-law. In Barnstaple on census night.
02 Apr 1911 • Fulham, London, England Residence
Mark Ernest Jobling lived in Devon in 1914.
Mark Ernest Jobling died on 12 September 1921 when he was 77 years old. ADDRESS stated on Probate as RAMSLEY HOUSE, SOUTH TAWTON but the death occurred at Sonahan House, Argylshire, Scotland. It seems likely he had a house in Devon throughout at least 1900s.