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BEER Jacob married Janet APPLETON 1850

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Groom: Jacob BEER.
Bride: Janet Vearing APPLETON.

Year married: 1850.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Jacob died 1897 in Footscray, Victoria.
Age: 85 years.
Parents named as Jacob BEER and Grace Ann ROBBINS.

Janet died 1917 in Doncaster, Victoria.
Age: 90 years.
Father named as William APPLETON. Mother unknown.

Eight children located Victorian records for Jacob and Janet.


William Jacob BEER.
Born: circa 1852 Brighton, Victoria. (Birth not located)
Died: 1909 Caulfield, Victoria.
Age: 57 years.

Married: Ellen Mary MOORE.
Year: 1896.
Place: Victoria.


Janet Vera BEER.
Born: circa 1853. (Birth not located)
Died: 1937 Camberwell, Victoria.
Age: 84 years.


Thomas BEER.
Born: 1855 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Kew, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.

Married: Amelia Jane LEY.
Year: 1882.
Place: Victoria.


Johannah BEER.
Born: 1857 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1913 Footscray, Victoria.
Age: 55 years.


Grace Ann BEER.
Born: 1859 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1861 Brighton, Victoria.
Age: 18 months.


Priscilla BEER.
Born: 1864 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Horsham, Victoria.
Age: 72 years.

Married: Francis Edwin BRADSHAW.
Year: 1888.
Place: Victoria.


John Henry BEER.
Born: 1867 Gisborne, Victoria.
Died: 1932 Footscray, Victoria.
Age: 63 years.

Married: Elizabeth Mary Hansford COMBEN.
Year: 1896.
Place: Victoria.


George Homer BEER.
Born: 1870 Gisborne, Victoria.
Died: 1899 Footscray, Victoria.
Age: 27 years.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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