In the photo above you can see the tombstones
and sign at the front of J. Craig’s stone-masonry yard on Church Street.
Joseph was her second husband and when her first husband, Mr Watters, died about 1875 she had opened a ‘fancy-goods’ shop opposite the old courthouse in Church Street. After marring Joseph she continued with this business while her husband ran the stone masons business from a yard next to the Star Hotel, run at that time by Mr. Holland, and near to where Darcy Street would eventually be built.
Mr. Craig had died in 1880 and his wife carried on running her business for most of her remaining 46 years. She died aged 98. Her last shop near Lennox Bridge apparently did very well.
Old Identity Passes, The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate, 14 May 1926, http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/104961745