BIRD James married Martha TOWNLEY 1857
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James BIRD and Martha TOWNLEY
were married in Victoria in 1857.
James death not located.
Martha died 1885 aged 49 years.
Place of death not stated.
Parents recorded as George TOUNTY (sic) and Elizabeth GARSIDES.
Father was George TOWNLEY.
Eleven children located Victorian records for James and Martha.
Born: 1858 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Yarrum, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Anna Elizabeth BIRD.
Born: 1860 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1923 Richmond, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Frederick Arthur BIRD.
Born: 1861 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Emma Jane BIRD.
Born: 1865 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Charles Albert BIRD.
Born: 1866 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1922 Maldon, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Born: 1868 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1940 Cheltenham, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Martha Louisa BIRD.
Born: 1869 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1943 Campberwell, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Married: William SEDGMAN.
See Post: William SEDGMAN married Martha BIRD 1892.
Eleanor Edith BIRD.
Born: 1874 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1934 Prahran, Victoria, aged 60 years.
Married: 1894 Cornelius CORNEILLE.
See Post: Cornelius CORNEILLE married Eleanor BIRD 1894.
Florence Amelia BIRD.
Born: 1875 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Ada Maud BIRD.
Born: 1878 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Blackburn, Victoria, aged 90 years.
Married: Arthur Herburt HUBBARD.
See Post: Arthur HUBBARD married Ada BIRD 1901.
Born: 1879 Cranbourn, Victoria.
Died: 1940 Cheltenham, Victoria, aged 60 years.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Correctio0ns and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2010-10-12 23:34:06
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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