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BABBINGTON George married Sarah THOMAS 1867

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Groom: George BABBINGTON.
Bride: Sarah THOMAS.

Year married: 1867.
Place: Albury district, New South Wales.

Possible death for George is 1918 in Kiewa, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.
Parents not recorded.

Possible death for Sarah is 1933 in Tallangatta, Victoria.
Age: 81 years.
Parents not recorded.

Eight children located Victorian records for George and Sarah.


William Allison BABBINGTON.
Born: 1867 Belvoir, Victoria.
Died: 1933 Hay district, New South Wales.


George Farigan BABBINGTON.
Born: 1869 Belvoir, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Hay district, New South Wales.

Married: Frances WOLFE.
Year: 1899.
Place: Albury district, New South Wales.


Born: 1873 Belvoir, Victoria.
Died: 1953 West Brunswick, Victoria.
Age: 79 years.
Death recorded under WHITELEY.

Married: William A J WHITLEY.
Year: 1897.
Place: Albury district, New South Wales.


Born: 1875 Wodonga, Victoria.
Died: 1907 Albury district, New South Wales.

Married: George WYNACK.
Year: 1893.
Place: Albury district, New South Wales.


Born: 1877 Wodonga, Victoria.
Died: 1934 Brunswick, Victoria.
Age: 55 years.
Death recorded under LESKIE.

Married: Herman A LESCHHE.
Year: 1897.
Place: Albury district, New South Wales.


Born: 1880 Wodonga, Victoria.
Birth: Recorded under BABINGTON.
Died: -


Born: 1882 Wodonga, Victoria.
Died: 1933 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Age: 50 years.

Married: Frances Edith BOWEN.
Year: 1912.
Place: Victoria.


Born: 1887 Wodonga, Victoria.
Died: -

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, New South Wales.

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