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BISHOP James married Amelia MCKENZIE 1867

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Groom: James Henry BISHOP.
Birth place: Given as Essex.

Bride: Amelia MCKENZIE.
Birth place: Given as Bristol.

Year married: 1867.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

James died 1895 in South Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 67 years.
Parents named as James Pascal BISHOP and Susannah MARCHANT.

Amelia died 1919 in South Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.
Parents named as Roderick MCKENZIE and Amelia WATTS.

Nine children located Victoria for James and Amelia.


Alfred Henry BISHOP
Born: 1868 Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1941 Carlton, Victoria.
Age: 72 years.


Flora Rosina BISHOP
Born: 1870 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1873 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 03 years.


William Joseph BISHOP
Born: 1873 North Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Pasco Vale, Victoria.
Age: 69 years.


Susannah Isabel BISHOP
Born: 1875 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Gardiner, Victoria.
Age: 68 years.

Married: William FLEMING.
Year: -
Place: -


Percy Benjamin BISHOP
Born: 1877 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1907 South Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 29 years.


Amelia Grace BISHOP
Born: 1879 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: -


James McKenzie BISHOP
Born: 1882 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Malvern, Victoria.
Age: 79 years.


Nora Flora BISHOP
Born: 1887 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1955 Parkdale, Victoria.
Age: 67 years.


Arthur Roderick BISHOP
Born: 1884 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1887 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 03 years.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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