GOLDING George married Bridget OBRIEN 1856
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George John GOLDING and Bridget Mary OBRIEN were married on the 23 April 1856, in the Catholic Church, Westbury, Tasmania.
George died 1903 in Horsham, Victoria, aged 83 years. Parents recorded as John GOLDING and Charlotte CASSIDY.
Bridget died 1932 in Goroke, Victoria, aged 91 years. Father recorded as unknown OBRIEN. Mother unknown.
Seven children located Victorian records for George and Bridget.
Born: circa 1860, Tasmania. Birth not located.
Died: 1934 Manangatang, Victoria, aged 74 years.
Married: John WEBSTER.
See Post: John WEBSTER married Catherine GOLDING 1882.
Born: circa 1865, Tasmania. Birth not located.
Died: 1929 Garoke, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Mary Ann GOLDING.
Born: circa 1868, Tasmania. Birth not located.
Died: 1932 Woomalang, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Married: unknown JONES.
John Francis GOLDING.
Born: 1873 Casterton, Victoria.
Died: 1949 Ouyen, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Sarah Ann Banner MCCONKEY.
Birth recorded as John Flurrence GOLDING.
George Garton GOLDING.
Born: 1875 Casterton, Victoria.
Charles Justine GOLDING.
Born: circa 1877. Birth not located.
Died: 1958 Manangatang, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Herbert Henry GOLDING.
Born: 1883 Chetwynd, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Horsham, Victoria, aged 73 years.
Death recorded as Harold Herbert GOLDING.
Another possible child for George and Bridget is Charlotte, married to William Henry SMITH in 1879.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
My thanks to familytreecircle member 'Lynniegirl' for the information appearing in red script.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 05 December 2011.
on 2011-02-08 03:19:49
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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