Sources
Sources
251. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1950#15872.
252. Information on the Benjamins provided by Rodney Benjamin (2004) and Philip Cohen in his excellent manuscript “Henry Cohen (1790-1867)” 17 Oct 2001. p. 41.
253. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1885#17126.
254. Ibid. 1950#7011.
255. Ibid. 1874#01830.
256. Ibid. 1939#13689.
257. Ibid. 1915#8731.
258. Roderick Corrie, “Re: Mardi and Maxine Cohen,” 2 Jan 2015, Jim Falk email archives.
259. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1944#58.
260. Rod Corrie, “The Late Marise Lawrence Brass nee Cohen,” 15 Jan 2014, Jim Falk email archives.
261. Sue Mariner, “Cassirers & Distant Relations,” 20 Nov 2010, Jim Falk email archives.
262. Sue Mariner, “Cassirers & Distant Relations,” 20 Nov 2010, Jim Falk email archives.
263. John Thorley, “Re: James Simmons & Family,” 1 Jan 2005, Jim Falk e-mail archives.
Note that the name Gadsen as provided is almost certainly Gadsden. Stephen Gibbes reports

In reply to your question, the name of Frances Gibbes' second husband was definitely Roger Gadsden (NOT "Gadsen"). I have corresponded with Gadsden's descendants in California and Sydney, and have in front of me a photocopy of the certificate of  his marriage to Frances Gibbes (nee Simmons). The Gadsden-Gibbes wedding took place in the Parish Church of St Marylebone in London on 3 MARCH 1854. Gadsden (c. 1829-1899) was a "barrister at law" of "old Square, Lincoln's Inn" . Frances is merely described as being a "widow". Roger Gadsden had been appointed to look after Frances' legal and financial interests after she had arrived alone in England in 1850; he evidently did this only too well because Frances had given birth to his son -- Roger Charles Gadsden (1853-1924) -- prior to their wedding.
 
“Re: Further to Gadsden, Gibbes and Simmons”, email reply, 14 Dec 2006, Jim Falk archives
264. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1834 Vol. 135#047.
265. Ibid. 1884#4987.
266. Philip Cohen, 17 Oct 2001, “Henry Cohen (1790-1867),” 2/244 Kingsway, Carringbah, Sydney, NSW 2229. Email formset@accsoft.com.au, p. 44.
267. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1853 Vol. 135#116.
268. Ibid. 1929#1547.
269. Ibid. 1865#15581.
270. Ibid. 1885#4498.
271. Sue Mariner, “Re: Cassirers & Distant Relations,” 24 Jan 2013, Jim Falk email archives.
272. “Benjamin Family register of marriages, births and deaths,” [written for] S Benjamin, 1852 annotated to 1893, Book, Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne.
273. “marriage certificate NSW BMD.”
274. “death certificae GRO.”
275. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1854 Vol. 136#562.
1-25, 26-50, 51-75, 76-100, 101-125, 126-150, 151-175, 176-200, 201-225, 226-250, 251-275, 276-300, 301-325, 326-350, 351-375, 376-400, 401-425, 426-450, 451-475, 476-500, 501-525, 526-550, 551-575, 576-600, 601-625, 626-650, 651-675, 676-700, 701-725, 726-750, 751-775, 776-800, 801-825, 826-850, 851-875, 876-900, 901-925, 926-950, 951-975, 976-1000, 1001-1025, 1026-1050, 1051-1075, 1076-1100, 1101-1125, 1126-1150, 1151-1175, 1176-1200, 1201-1225, 1226-1250, 1251-1275, 1276-1300, 1301-1325, 1326-1350, 1351-1375, 1376-1400, 1401-1425, 1426-1450, 1451-1475, 1476-1500, 1501-1525, 1526-1550, 1551-1575, 1576-1600, 1601-1625, 1626-1650, 1651-1675, 1676-1700, 1701-1725, 1726-1750, 1751-1775, 1776-1800, 1801-1825, 1826-1850, 1851-1875, 1876-1900, 1901-1925, 1926-1936