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KIRBY William married Blanche REDPATH 1888

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William KIRBY and Blanche Mary REDPATH were married in Victoria in 1888.

William's death not located.

Blanche died 1925 in Coburg, Victoria, aged 62 years, Parents recorded as George REDPATH and Mary Charlotte BLOY.

- See Blanche's second marriage below.

Four children located Victorian records for William and blanche.

[1]

George Allen KIRBY.
Born: 1888 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1889 Brighton, aged 4 months.


[2]

Charlotte Mary Spencer KIRBY.
Born: 1890 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1890 Brighton, aged 3 months.


[3]

Mary Ellen KIRBY.
Born: 1891 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1967 Parkville, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Albert James CRAIG.
Year: 1920.
Place: Victoria.


[4]

Ernest William KIRBY.
Born: 1893 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Heidelberg, Victoria, aged 76 years.


Blanche's second marriage was to James WHITE in 1905. No further details on James.

Blanche and James had two children that I know of.

[1]

John George WHITE.
Born: 1906 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1906 Carlton, aged days.


[2]

John Eltham WHITE.
Born: 1907 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1907 Carlton, aged months.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.

Surnames: BLOY CRAIG KIRBY REDPATH WHITE
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