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BACKHOUSE William married Fanny REDMAN 1881

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Groom: William Edward BACKHOUSE.
Birth place: Given as Liverpool.

Bride: Fanny Florence REDMAN.
Birth place: Given as Landsborough.

Year married: 1881.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

William died 1937 in Beaufort, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.
Parents named as Edward BACKHOUSE and Sarah BARROW.

Fanny died 1931 in Waterloo, Victoria.
Age: 69 years.
Parents recorded as Thomas REDMAN and Fanny unknown.

Five children located Victorian records for William and Fanny.

[1]

William Marshall BACKHOUSE.
Born: 1882 Ararat, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 55 years.

Married: Fanny Ellen TOMKINS.
Year: 1917.
Place: Victoria.

Fanny was born 1886 in Preston, Victoria.
Parents named as Charles George TOMKINS and Ellen Grace FARLEY.

Fanny died 1974 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.
Parents named as Charles TOMKINS and Ellen Grace FARLEY.

[2]

Gertrude Florence BACKHOUSE.
Born: 1884 Waterloo, Victoria.
Died: 1952 East Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 68 years.

[3]

George BACKHOUSE.
Born: 1886 Waterloo, Victoria.
Died: 1940 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 54 years.

[4]

Fanny BACKHOUSE.
Born: 1888 Waterloo, Victoria.
Died: 1888 Waterloo, Victoria.
Age: 24 days.

[5]

Daisy BACKHOUSE.
Born: 1894 Waterloo, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Frederick George Percy SMITH.
Year: 1927.
Place: Victoria.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

JN 49283

Surnames: 49283 BACKHOUSE BARROW FARLEY REDMAN SMITH TOMKINS
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