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BEVAN James married Elizabeth FLY 1856

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James BEVAN and Elizabeth FLY.

Year married: 1856.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Both James and Elizabeth died on their way back to Australia from a visit home to Wales and England. The ship they were aboard sank in the Bay of Biscay.

Three children located Victorian records for James and Elizabeth.

[1]

Bessie BEVAN.
Born: 1857 Collingwood, Victoria.
Died: 1858 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 07 months.

[2]

James Alfred BEVAN.
Born: 1858 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: -

[3]

Mary Sophia BEVAN.
Born: 1860 Caulfield, Victoria.
Died: -

Source:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

With my thanks to member Lewisfly for the death details for James and Elizabeth as recorded above. Much appreciated.

Updated 20 June 2013.

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by Flyfamily on 2013-06-29 21:02:51

James Alfred Bevan died in 1938. He returned to Wales with his sister Mary Sophia after his parents died in 1866. James snr bought Cobb and Co in 1860 and was also a road contractor and built part of Sydney Road. James Jnr studied law then became a Vicar. He became the captain of the Welsh Rugby team befor studying Law then Theology. When the Wallabies play Australia, they play for the James Bevan Trophy. He married Annie Woodall and they had 11 children.
Regards Flyfamily

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