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BIRT Peter married Sarah DENBY 1874

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Groom: Peter Howard BIRT.
Age: Full.
Status: Single.
Father: Thomas BIRT.

Bride: Sarah DENBY.
Age: Full.
Status: Single.
Father: Thomas DENBY.

Date married: 11 February 1874.
Place: St Bartholomew Church, Norwood, South Australia.

Peter died 29 March 1905, Payneham, South Australia.
Age: 68 years.
Status: Not recorded.
Residence: Lillimur, Victoria.

Sarah died 1937, Kaniva, Victoria.
Age: 88 years.
Parents named as Thomas DENBY and Mary Ann DEMPSEY.

Seven children located South Australian records for Peter and Sarah.


Howard Preston BIRT.
Born: 15 April 1875, Stepney, South Australia.
Died: 1957 Portland, Victoria.
Age: 82 years.

Married: Ellen Maud CLARK.
Year: 1918.
Place: Victoria.


Mary Trevenner BIRT.
Born: 10 October 1878, Kercoonda South East, South Australia.
Died: -


Tom (Thomas) Howard BIRT.
Born: 08 August 1880, Norwood, South Australia.
Died: 1965 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 84 years.

Married: Mary Victoria BEDFORD.
Year: 1918.
Place: Victoria.


Margaret Dempsey BIRT.
Born: 21 May 1882, Norwood, South Australia.
Died: -

Married: James Young Simpson ALLMOT.
Year: 1905.
Place: Victoria.


Amy Howard BIRT.
Born: circa 1884. (Birth not located)
Died: 1980 Kaniva, Victoria.
Age: 96 years.

Married: William TWEEDIE.
Year: 1915.
Place: Victoria.


Arthur Denby BIRT.
Born: 06 April 1886, Kent Town, South Australia.
Died: -


Dorothy Sarah BIRT.
Born: 21 November 1888, Stepney, South Australia.
Died: -

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, Victoria.

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