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MCWHINNEY Henry married Catherine WADDLE 1879

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Henry James MCWHINNEY and Catherine Eliza WADDLE were married in Victoria in 1879.

James died 1946 in Hawthorn, Victoria, aged 93 years. Parents recorded as Alexander MCWHINNEY and Catherine WILLIAMS.

Catherine died 1942 in Hawthorn, Victoria, aged 88 years. Parents recorded as John WADDLE and Mary CHURCH.

Seven children located Victorian records for Henry and Catherine.


Henry Leslie MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1880 Hawthorn, Victoria.
Died: Brighton, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Married: Eileen Adelaide MARSHALL.
Year: 1915.
Place: Victoria.


Percy Alexander MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1882 Hawthorn, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Oakleigh, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Married: Annie May BRIGHT.
Year: 1917.
Place: Victoria.


Gertrude Catherine MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1884 Hawthorn, Victoria.
Died: 1965 Camberwell, Victoria, aged 81 years.


Violet Mary MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1886 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Hawthorn, Victoria, aged 41 years.


Mabel Victoria MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1887 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Camberwell, Victoria, aged 74 years.


Rupert Charles MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1892 Hawthorn, Victoria.
Died: 1981 Croydon, Victoria, aged 88 years.


Norman Barnett MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1896 Hawthorn, Victoria.
Died: Missing in action WW1, 28 July 1916.


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

WW1 Service Records, National Archives of Australia.

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

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