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BINNS Henry married Elizabeth CLARK 1851

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Groom: Henry BINNS.
Bride: Elizabeth Augusta CLARK.

Year married: 1851.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Deaths for Henry and Elizabeth not located at time of posting.

Ten children located Victorian records for Henry and Elizabeth.


Born: circa 1853. Birth not located.
Died: 1853 Flemington, Victoria.
Age: 01 month.


Born: circa 1854. Birth not located.
Died: 1854 Flemington, Victoria.
Age: 05 weeks.


Elizabeth Mary BINNS.
Born: 1854 Flemington, Victoria.
Died: 1965 South Yarra, Victoria.
Age: 65 years.

Married: James DAVIDSON.
Year: 1874.
Place: Victoria.


Andrew BINNS.
Born: 1857 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1894 Swan Hill, Victoria.
Age: 37 years.

Married: Margaret MOULDER.
Year: 1884.
Place: Victoria.


William BINNS.
Born: 1860 Daylesford, Victoria.
Died: 1938 Jeparit, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.


Ann Judith BINNS.
Born: 1862 Harcourt, Victoria.
Died: 1933 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 70 years.

Married: Frederick George BOYS.
Year: 1881.
Place: Victoria.


John Matthew BINNS.
Born: 1864 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1906 Sea Lake, Victoria.
Age: 42 years.


Thomas BINNS.
Born: 1867 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1940 Ouyen, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.


Frances Maria BINNS.
Born: 1869 Serpentine, Victoria.
Died: 1925 Kerang, Victoria.
Age: 37 years.

Married: Henry Edward PYE.
Year: 1887.
Place: Victoria.


Edward BINNS.
Born: 1873 Swan Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1933 Swan Hill, Victoria.
Age: 59 years.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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