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CLAYTON Thomas married Ellen ROWLAND 1858

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Thomas CLAYTON and Ellen ROWLAND were married in Victoria in 1858.

Possible death for Thomas is 1881 in Hamilton, Victoria, aged 47 years. Father recorded as Thomas CLAYTON. Mother unknown.

Eight children located Victorian records for Thomas and Ellen.


[1]

Mary Ann CLAYTON. *
Born: 1859 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1859 not recorded, Victoria, aged 24 days.


[2]

William John CLAYTON. *
Born: 1859 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1931 Casterton, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Married: Hannah SPURRELL.
Year: 1884.
Place: Victoria.


[3]

Mary CLAYTON.
Born: 1861 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1947 East Melvern, Victoria, aged 86 years.
Married: Christopher RADCLIFF.
Year: 1891.
Place: Victoria.


[4]

Edward Thomas CLAYTON.
Born: 1863 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1879 not recorded, Victoria, aged 15 years.


[5]

Margaret CLAYTON.
Born: 1865 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Cgie(?), Victoria, aged 86 years.
Married: William Shan TURLEY.
Year: 1888.
Place: Victoria.


[6]

James CLAYTON.
Born: 1868 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1951 Hamilton, aged 82 years.


[7]

Nancy Ellen CLAYTON.
Born: 1872 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1950 South Melbourne, Victoria, aged 79 years.


[8]

Elizabeth Jessie CLAYTON.
Born: 1876 Hamilton, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Frankston, Victoria, aged 82 years.

* Twins.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Corrections and further details to help complete this family record to assist other researchers would be appreciated. Thank you.

Surnames: CLAYTON RADCLIFF ROWLAND SPURRELL TURLEY
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