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ARCHER William and Rebecca PAMPLING

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William ARCHER and Rebecca PAMPLING.

Marriage details not located.

William died 1918 in Diamond Creek, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Parents named as Joseph ARCHER and Eliza DIGBY.

Rebecca died 1918 in Diamond Creek aged 84 years.
Parents named as David PAMPHLING (sic) and Sarah Ann DIGBY.

Ten children located Victorian records for William and Rebecca.


[1]

George William ARCHER.
Born: 1861 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1935 East Brunswick, Victoria, aged 74 years.


[2]

Sarah ARCHER.
Born: 1862 Eltham, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Coburg, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: John STARBUCK.
Year: 1885.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: John STARBUCK married Sarah ARCHER 1885.


[3]

John ARCHER.
Born: 1864 Greensborough, Victoria.
Died: 1865 Greensborough, aged 7 months.


[4]

John ARCHER.
Born: 1865 Diamond Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Camberwell, Victoria, aged 83 years.


[5]

Thomas ARCHER.
Born: 1868 Diamond Creek, Victoria.
Died: -


[6]

Ann ARCHER.
Born: 1870 Diamond Creek, Victoria.
Died: -


[7]

Eliza ARCHER.
Born: 1872 Diamond Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1872 Diamond Creek, aged 1 year.


[8]

Emily ARCHER.
Born: 1873 Diamond Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1983 East Melbourne, Victoria, aged 65 years.


[9]

Jane ARCHER.
Born: 1876 Nillimbik, Victoria.
Died: 1947 Greensborough, Victoria, aged 71 years.


[10]

Joseph ARCHER.
Born: 1878 Diamond Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Diamond Creek, aged 92 years.

Diamond Creek also known as Nillimbik.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Surnames: ARCHER DIGBY PAMPHLING PAMPLING STARBUCK
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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by keeley on 2011-04-17 23:26:04

hi
im currently researching the russell tree, and jane archer married william brown, this has helped me fill afew blank spots.

by asheppard on 2011-04-18 01:10:08

For further interest on William Archer
Marriage England
Marriages Sep 1860 (>99%)
Archer William Chelmsford 4a 155
Pampling Rebecca Chelmsford 4a 155


There is a tree on ancestry with the following story.

Notes on The Archer family by Len Brown, a descendent of the Archers.

William Archer and his wife Rebecca (nee Pampling) were born in the county of Essex, in England. They married in England, journeying to Australiain 1860 on the ship called "Utopia'

Their first child a son called George was born only 13days after arriving in Melbourne, while they were living in temporary accomodation. they moved to Eltham at first, but chose to move on to the village of Nillumbik.

William Archer was a paling and slab splitter, and obtained work from William Wison of Nulumbik Farm. he and his wif built their first home beside the creek (site of the pound in later years). The land was immediately north of the present pony club area, but on the opposite site of the creek. They later moved to a larger area in the vicinity of Archer Road.

The Archers had several more children- all born in Nillumbik. When the Government school started in 1870, George, Sarah and John Archer were all listed as pupils there. William and Rebecca remained in Diamond Creek for the rest of their lives.

Both died in 1915 (??) and were buried in the Nillumbik cemetery. The younger generations moved away to Preston and brunswick where they established woodyard

by tonkin on 2011-05-07 00:04:58

Happy this was of some help to you Keeley.

Thank you for the added info Asheppard. I'm sure other researchers will appreciate your input.

I rechecked my records again and William and Rebecca both died at Diamond Creek in 1918.

What happened to Thomas and Ann?

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