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TOWNSEND Philip married Emily EMMETT 1887

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Groom: Philip Henry TOWNSEND.
Birth place given as Tasmania.

Bride: Emily Helen EMMETT.
Birth place given as Sandhurst.

Year married: 1887.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Philip died 1936 in Armadale, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.
Parents named as Philip TOWNSEND and Grace NEALE.

Birth note.
Philip was born in Tasmania on 22 May 1858.
Parents named as Phillip TOWNSEND and Grace EMMETT.

Emily died 1952 in Windsor, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.
Parents named as William EMMETT and Mary NEALE.

Birth note.
Emily was born 1864 in Sandhurst, Victoria.
Parents named as William Abbott EMMETT and Mary NEALE.

Seven children located Victorian records for Philip and Emily.


Emily Mary West TOWNSEND.
Born: 1888 South Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1939 Chelsea, Victoria.
Age: 51 years.


Philip William TOWNSEND.
Born: 1889 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1975 Prahran, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.


Cecil Ernest TOWNSEND.
Born: 1891 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1891 Footscray, Victoria.
Age: 03 months.


Dorothy Estelle TOWNSEND.
Born: 1892 Footscary, Victoria.
Died: 1965 Mitchum, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.

Married: unknown BOULTON.
Year: -
Place: -


Myrtle Hariett Valentine TOWNSEND.
Born: 1899 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1976 Hasting, Victoria.
Age: 77 years.

Married: Francis Alfred WARREN.
Year: 1922.
Place: Victoria.


Montague Norman TOWNSEND.
Born: 1901 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 55 years.


Frances Valmai TOWNSEND.
Born: 1906 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Uallan IRVINE.
Year: 1923.
Place: Victoria.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Births, Tasmania.

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