BUTTERS Charles married Phoebe DICKENSON 1882
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Charles Franklin BUTTERS and Phoebe Rebecca DICKENSON were married in Victoria in 1882.
Charles died 1950 in Hamilton, Victoria, aged 92 years. Parents recorded as Richard BUTTERS and Mary Ann EASTCOTT.
Phoebe died 1941 in Stawell, Victoria, aged 80 years. Parents recorded as Richard BUTTERS (sic) and Mary Ann HOLMES.
Eight children located Victorian records for Charles and Phoebe.
Oscar Alfred Charles BUTTERS.
Born: 1883 Stawell, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Ballarat, Victoria, aged 59 years.
Married: Lily May DICKENSON.
Bertram Edgar Franklin BUTTERS.
Born: 1885 Stawell, Victoria.
Died: 1901 Prahran Hospital, Victoria, aged 16 years.
Edgar Escott BUTTERS.
Born: 1887 Nhill, Victoria.
Died: 1963 Coburg, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Grace Matilda MURRAY.
Lewis Albert BUTTERS.
Born: 1889 Stawell, Victoria.
Died: 1900 Foster, Victoria, aged 10 years.
Beryl Theodosia Phoebe BUTTERS.
Born: 1891 stawell, Victoria.
Married: James Patrick DUNN.
Cyril Roy Allen BUTTERS.
Born: 1894 Nhill, Victoria.
Died: 24 August 1915 Gallipoli.
Buried: Shrapnel Valley Cemetery, Gallipoli, Turkey.
War Grave Register notes: BUTTERS, Pte. Cyril Roy Allen, 528, 8th Bn. Australian Inf. Killied in action 24th Aug., 1915. 11. b. 39.
Horice Pearson BUTTERS.
Born: 1897 Dimboola, Victoria.
Died: 1918 Stawell, Victoria, aged 21 years.
Dorothy Louisa Alice BUTTERS.
Born: 1901 Foster, Victoria.
Married: Frank GUILIANO.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Australian War Memorial.
AWM 145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-07-20 04:41:42
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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