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LADE Stephen married Anne MCCONCHIE 1860

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Stephen LADE and Annie MCCONCHIE
were married in Victoria in 1860.

Stephen died 1907 in Reedy Creek, Victoria, aged 70 years.
Parents named as Stephen LADE and Eliza FRIEND.

Anne died 1929 in Ringwood, Victoria, aged 85 years.
Parents named as Thomas MCCONCHIE and Janet LAURIE.

Eleven children located Victorian records for Stephen and Anne.


[1]

Stephen Thomas LADE.
Born: 1862 Sherbrooke, Victoria.
Died: 1924 Warburton, Victoria, aged 62 years.
Married: Margaret Elizabeth RICHARDS.
Year: 1891.
Place: Victoria.


[2]

Henry LADE.
Born: 1863 Western Port, Victoria.
Died: -


[3]

Annie Maria LADE.
Born: 1864 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: -


[4]

William John LADE.
Born: 1867 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Seymour, Victoria, aged 79 years.


[5]

Frank LADE.
Born: 1868 Glenburne, Victoria.
Died: -


[6]

David James LADE.
Born: 1871 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Stratford, Victoria, aged 91 years.
Married: Rebecca Edith SMITH.
Year: 1903.
Place: Victoria.


[7]

Janet LADE.
Born: 1873 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1929 Yea, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Married: Alfred John RICHARDS.
Year: 1892.
Place: Victoria.


[8]

Edward Ernest LADE.
Born: 1875 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Ringwood, Victoria, aged 52 years.


[9]

Eliza LADE.
Born: 1877 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Married: James Alfred COOMBE.
Year: 1898.
Place: Victoria.


[10]

Margaret LADE.
Born: 1880 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Joseph Andrews PAWSEY.


[11]

Norman Leslie LADE.
Born: 1887 Reedy Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Box Hill, Victoria, aged 75 years.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Surnames: COOMBE FRIEND LADE LAURIE MCCONCHIE PAWSEY RICHARDS SMITH
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