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Richard BUTTERS and Mary Ann EASTCOTT.

Marriage details not located.

Possible death for Richard is 1886 in Stawell, Victoria.
Age: 58 years.
Parents recorded as unknown.

Possible death for Mary is 1886 in North Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 59 years.
Father recorded as Nichol EASTCOTT. Mother unknown.

Seven children located Victorian records for Richard and Mary.


Sarah Elizabeth BUTTERS.
Born: 1856 Alma, Victoria.
Died: -


Charles Franklin BUTTERS.
Born: 1858 Burnt Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Hamilton, Victoria.
Age: 92 years.

Married: Phoebe Rebecca DICKENSON.
Year: 1882.
Place: Victoria.

See Post: BUTTERS Charles married Phoebe DICKENSON 1882


Henry Alfred BUTTERS.
Born: 1861 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: -
Possible death for Henry is 1950 in Warrnambool, Victoria.
Age: 89 years.
Father named as Henry Alfred BUTTERS. Mother unknown.

Married: Sidney CALABY.
Year: 1887.
Place: Victoria.

See Post: BUTTERS Henry married Sidney CALABY 1887


Albert Edward BUTTERS.
Born: 1863 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: 1893 Nhill, Victoria.
Age: 31 years.

Married: Elizabeth WARRENER.
Year: 1884.
Place: Victoria.

See Post: BUTTERS Albert married Elizabeth WARRENER 1884


Alice Maud BUTTERS.
Born: 1865 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: 1866 Dunolly, Victoria.
Age: 11 months.


Helen Auguster BUTTERS.
Born: 1867 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Robert MCCHLEARY.
Year: 1890.
Place: Victoria.


Richard Thomas BUTTERS.
Born: 1870 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: 1904 Bendigo Hospital, Victoria.
Age: 33 years.

Married: Margaret Ann MOORE.
Year: 1892.
Place: Victoria.

See Post: BUTTERS Richard married Margaret MOORE 1892

Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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