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REDPATH Alfred married Martha WARDLAW 1905

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Alfred James Reuben REDPATH and Martha Jane WARDLAW were married in Victoria in 1905.

Alfred died 1951 in Avoca, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Parents recorded as George REDPATH and Mary BLOY.

Martha died 1956 in Avoca, Victoria, aged 73 years.
Parents recorded as John E WARDLOW (sic) and Martha Spratt WISE.

Martha was born 1882 in Avoca, Victoria. Marths'a parents were John WARDLAW and Martha Spratt WISE married in Ballarat, Victoria, in 1878.

Eight children located Victorian records for Alfred and Martha.


Born: 1905 Avoca, Victoria.
died: 1984 Maryborough, Victoria, aged 78 years.


Alfred George REDPATH.
Born: 1908 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: 1976 Avoca, aged 68 years.


Edgar John REDPATH.
Born: 1909 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: 1978 Traralgon, Victoria,aged 68 years.


William Ernest REDPATH.
Born: 1911 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: 1976 Ballarat, Victoria, aged 65 years.


Elizabeth Mary REDPATH.
Born: 1913 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: -


Liln Jean Martha REDPATH.
Born: 1914 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: -


Irene May REDPATH.
Born: 1918 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: John William Frederick BLAIR.
Year: 1938.
Place: Victoria.


Charlotte Ann REDPATH.
Born: 1920 Avoca, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: Ernest Joseph George STREETER.
Year: 1942.
Place: Victoria.


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

With my thanks to familytreecircles member Ozdazz.

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

Updated 23 January 2012.

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