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BARTRAM Amos married Elizabeth WHITE 1869

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Amos BARTRAM (born Hertfordshire) and Elizabeth Ann WHITE (born Surrey) were married in Victoria in 1869.

Amos died 1916 Kensington, Victoria, aged 70 years. Parents recorded as Charles BARTRAM and Susan TRUNDELL.

Elizabeth died 1911, Kensington Hills, Victoria, aged 66 years. Parents recorded as Henry WHITE and Mary LUCAS.

Six children located Victorian records for Amos and Elizabeth.


[1]

Lillian Alice BARTRAM
Born: 1870 Heathcote, Victoria.
Died: 1932 Edon North, Victoria, aged 61 years.


[2]

Eveline Elizabeth BARTRAM
Born: 1873 North Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: Alfred Henry KELLS.
Year: 1897.
Place: Victoria.


[3]

Bertha Emily BARTRAM
Born: 1876 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1943 Alexandra, Victoria, aged 67 years.
Married: Albert LADE.
Year: 1904.
Place: Victoria.


[4]

Florence May BARTRAM
Born: 1879 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1955 Essendon, Victoria, aged 75 years.


[5]

Effie Grace BARTRAM
Born: 1882 Flemington, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Essendon, Victoria, aged 79 years.


[6]

Melinda Beatrice BARTRAM
Born: 1885 Flemington, Victoria.
Died: 1960 Essendon, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Married: Walter Hood READ.
Year: 1910.
Place: Victoria.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Updated 24 November 2011.

Surnames: BARTRAM KELLS LADE LUCAS READ TRUNDELL WHITE
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