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BROADLEY Charles married Emma WHITE 1856

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Groom: Charles BROADLEY.
Bride: Emma WHITE.

Year married: 1856.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Charles died 1900 in Northcote, Victoria.
Age: 71 years.
Parents named as Henry BROADLEY and Ruth BUCKFORD.

Emma died 1920 in Preston, Victoria.
Age: 83 years.
Parents named as William East WHITE and Frances KNIGHT.

Eight children located Victorian records for Charles and Emma.

[1]

Charles William BROADLEY.
Born: 1857 Collingwood, Victoria.
Died: -

[2]

Caroline Elizabeth BROADLEY.
Born: 1859 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1949 Thornbury, Victoria.
Age: 90 years.

Married: John Bayes HACKING.
Year: 1879.
Place: Victoria.

[3]

Julia Maria BROADLEY.
Born: 1862 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1938 East Melvern, Victoria.
Age: 76 years.

Married: Thomas FLAD.
Year: 1896.
Place: Victoria.

[4]

William East BROADLEY.
Born: 1865 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Brighton, Victoria.
Age: 72 years.

Married: Annie Amelia SIMMONS.
Year: 1886.
Place: Victoria.

[5]

Hannah Frances BROADLEY.
Born: 1867 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1925 East Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 57 years.

Married: Edward Henry EARP.
Year: 1886.
Place: Victoria.

[6]

Alice Mary BROADLEY.
Born: 1870 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1920 South Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 63 years.

Married: Philip CARTER.
Year: 1901.
Place: Victoria.

[7]

Alfred Thomas Brickland BROADLEY.
Born: 1873 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Parkville, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.

Married: Mary Ann HUNTLEY.
Year: 1898.
Place: Victoria.

[8]

Emily Ruth BROADLEY.
Born: 1875 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 72 years.

Married: Elbert Ernest BROWN.
Year: 1901.
Place: Victoria.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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