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APPS family of Victoria Australia

Journal by ChrisC1

I am looking for a connection between two families thru marriage, the names being APPS, and either of the following ALVES, STAFFORD PUCKEY.
Time frame around 1800 and early 1900 the APPS family had funeral parlors in St Kilda, Brunswick, Fitzroy.

Surnames: APPS
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on 2019-07-11 05:41:13

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by tonkin on 2019-07-11 06:50:02

W. G. APPS was an undertaker in Fitzroy and St Kilda about this time but not sure if it's the same APPS family you seek.

Have not found a connection between APPS married to ALVES, STAFFORD or PUCKEY to date.

Do you have any further details to assist with record searches?

by ChrisC1 on 2019-07-11 08:35:16

this is the family I am looking for. I am only going by what my mother used to refer to, she said we were related to them,but cannot find the connection. My mothers family lived around Essendon,Carlton,
Moonee Ponds. My maternal great grandmother born in 1853 was an Alves and married a Stafford and my maternal grandmother born in 1888 married a Puckey. My mother was born in 1918 in Moonee Ponds.Hope this helps.

by tonkin on 2019-07-13 06:21:21

The undertaker W.G. APPS may have been the William George APPS married to Mary Ann KILLICK in 1857 and they had twelve children born in Collingwood and Fitzroy Victoria.

William George APPS died 1918 in St Kilda, Victoria, aged 86 years. His parents were named as James Richard APPS and Sarah BLACKBURN.

Mary died 1910 in St Kilda, Victoria, aged 73 years. Her parents were named as Thomas KILLICK and Margaret COTTON.

I have been following the family lines of William and Mary APPS but have not found a connection between ALVES, STAFFORD or PUCKEY.

Can you can think of any other little details to assist with record searches?

Will let you know if I find any further.

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