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BLACKHAM Frederick married Frances WALKER 1900

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Groom: Frederick Albert BLACKHAM.
Birth place: Given as Carlton.

Bride: Frances Elizabeth WALKER.
Birth place: Given as Penhurst.

Year married: 1900.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Frederick died 1967 in Melbourne.
Age: 93 years.
Parents named as Frederick BLACKHAM and Emily WILSON.

Birth note.
Freaderick was born 1873 in North Melbourne, Victoria.
Parents named as Frederick BLACKHAM and Emily WILSON.
See Post: BLACKHAM Frederick married Emily WILSON 1892

Frances died 1952 in Melbourne.
Age: 78 years.
Parents named as Charles WALKER and Margaret MCGREGOR.

Birth note.
Frances was born 1873 in Mount Rouse, Victoria.
Birth recorded as Elizabeth Frances WALKER.
Parents named as Charles WALKER and Margaret MCGREGGOR.

Three children located Victorian records for Frederick and Frances.


Charles Francis BLACKHAM.
Born: 1901 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1907 Goroke, Victoria.
Age: 05 years.


Marguerite Walker BLACKHAM.
Born: 1905 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1977 Box Hill, Victoria.
Age: 71 years.


Keith Greet Walker BLACKHAM.
Born: 1910 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1977 Parkdale, Victoria.
Age: 67 years.

Married: Shela Joan WHITTLE.
Year: 1941.
Place: Victoria.

Birth note.
Shela was born 1918 in Hawthorn, Victoria.
Parents named as Charles Joseph WHITTLE and Stella Croft WELCH.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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