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BROCKENSHIRE Harold married Edith PARR 1909

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Information Journal.

Groom: Harold Herbert BROCKENSHIRE.
Birth place: Given as Fitzroy.

Bride: Edith Gordon PARR.
Birth place: Given as Coburg.

Year married: 1909.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Harold died 1959 in Windsor, Victoria.
Age: 75 years.
Parents named as Benjamin BROCKENSHIRE and Mary NICHOLAS.

Birth note.
Harold was born 1884 in Fitzroy, Victoria.
Parents named as Benjamin BROCKENSHIRE and Mary NICHOLAS.
See Post: BROCKENSHIRE Benjamin married Mary NICHOLAS 1879

Edith died 1932 in Middle Park, Victoria.
Age: 47 years.
Parents named as Thomas Walter PARR and Emma WILMOTT.

Buried: Coburg Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: [A] Church of England.
Service date: 26 December 1932.


Birth note.
Edith was born 1885 in Coburg, Victoria.
Parents named as Thomas William PARR and Emma WILMOTT.

Three children located Victorian records for Harold and Edith.

[1]

Edith Parr BROCKENSHIRE.
Born: 1910 North Fitzroy, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: William James HOGG.
Year: 1929.
Place: Victoria.

[2]

Harold Parr BROCKENSHIRE.
Born: 1911 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Phyllis Celia Thelma MOYLE.
Year: 1937.
Place: Victoria.

[3]

Betty Nancy Parr BROCKENSHIRE.
Born: 1915 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: 1915 St Kilda, Victoria.
Death recorded under BRICKENSHIRE.
Age: Not recorded.

Buried: Coburg Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Church of England.
Service date: 27 September 1915.


Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Coburg Cemetery Records, Vicroria.


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