BOTTOMLEY John married Mary HUNT 1872
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John BOTTOMLEY and Mary Jane HUNT were married in Victoria in 1872.
John died 1892 in Echuca, Victoria, aged 61 years. Parents recorded as James BOTTOMLEY and Mary INGHAM.
Mary died 1940 in Armadale, Victoria, aged 93 years. Parents recorded as William HUNT and Harriett HODGES.
Twelve children located Victorian records for John and Mary.
Harriett Mary Josephine BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1873 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1958 Armadale, Victoria, aged 85 years.
James Hague BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1874 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1967 St Kilda, Victoria, aged 92 years.
Mary Elizabeth BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1876 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1877 Echuca, aged 1 year.
John Robert BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1877 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1877 Echuca, aged 7 weeks.
William John BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1879 Echuca, Victoria.
Mabel Edith BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1880 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1964 Armadale, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Married: John TATTERSALL.
Mary Jane BOTTOMLEY. *
Born: 1882 Echuca, Victoria.
Sarah Jane Elizabeth BOTTOMLEY. *
Born: circa 1882 Birth not located.
Died: 1883 Echuca, Victoria, aged 10 months.
Ethel Frances May BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1884 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1964 Malvern, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Elizabeth Ann BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1885 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1936 Royal Park, Victoria, aged 50 years.
Gladys Mary Gwendoline BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1887 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1975 Glen?, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Hugh Broadbent BOTTOMLEY.
Born: 1889 Echuca, Victoria.
Died: 1889 Echuca, aged 1 month.
* Mary Jane and Sarah Jane may be the same person.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-06-02 17:44:17
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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