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KENYON Abraham married Sarah LINKLATER 1888

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Abraham Lincoln KENYON and Sarah LINKLATER
were married in Victoria in 1888.

Abraham died 1943 in Brunswick, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Parents recorded as John KENYON and unknown TRAVIS.
Abraham's birth place was recorded as England.

Abraham's second marriage and children to Alice HOLT recorded below.

Sarah died 1907 in Brunswick, Victoria, aged 45 years.
Parents named as Robert LINKLATER and Sarah PERRY.

Three children located Victorian records for Abraham and Sarah.


Frank Lincoln KENYON.
Born: 1889 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1958 Box Hill, Victoria, aged 68 years.
Married: Hilda Elizabeth Mary PASCO.
Year: 1923.
Place: Victoria.


John Travis KENYON.
Born: 1895 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Heidelberg, Victoria, aged 66 years.


Alice Mary Doris KENYON.
Born: 1901 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1983 Parkville, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Married: Albert Charles DICKENS.
Year: 1925.
Place: Victoria.

Abraham remarried in 1910 to Alice HOLT.

Alice died 1948 in East Coburg, Victoria, aged 70 years.
Parents named as John Holt KENYON (sic) and Jane MORRELL.

Two children located Victorian records for Abraham and Alice.


Abraham Lincoln KENYON.
Born: 1911 Brunswick East, Victoria.
Died: 1911 Brunswick East, aged months.


Phyliss Mary KENYON.
Born: 1913 Warragul, Victoria.
Died: -


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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