I've answered some of my questions myself. In this case it seems George KIDMAN was the brother of Sir Sidney. But its not clear whether George or brother, Sackville, was running the pub. I have a birth certificate for Sack's son Sydney Herbert KIDMAN, which says Sack was a publican when the boy was born in September 1878 at Old Tintinallogy. It may be that both brothers were there as only one name appeared on a publican's licence at that time (plus Sack didn't turn 21 till 1876 when they were first there). Margaret ROGERS may have taken up the license again when Sack went off to work for Abe WALLACE at Sturt's Meadows. I have picked up some details on Sack, but nothing further on George.
I can't presently fit your Mary or Martha ROGERS into my tree. My ROGERS certainly had further dealings with the KIDMANs as Duncan ROGERS worked for Sir Sidney (he's mentioned in Jill Bowen's book) through to the 1930s. ROGERS are a bit off topic here, so contact me at email@example.com and we can see if we can fit the two trees together.
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