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CRUMP Albert married Susanna BALE 1856

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Groom: Albert Pam CRUMP.
Bride: Susanna BALE.

Year married: 1856.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Albert's death not located at time of posting.

Susanna died 1897 in Ballarat East, Victoria.
Age: 67 years.
Parents named as John BALL and Susanna ELLIOTT.
Informant error. Father should have been John BALE.

Seven children located Victorian records for Albert and Susanna.
Birth records also named Susanna as BALL and BAIL.


Sarah CRUMP.
Born: 1857 Maryborough, Victoria.
Died: 1935 Clifton Hill, Victoria.
Age: 77 years.

Married: William SANDERSON.
Year: 1890.
Place: Victoria.


Henrietta CRUMP.
Born: 1859 Adelaide Lead, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 82 years.


Born: 1861 Amherst, Victoria.
Died: 1926 Malvern, Victoria.
Age: 64 years.


Born: 1866 Amherst, Victoria.
Died: 1951 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 85 years.

Married: James Dewey MORRISON.
Year: 1892.
Place: Victoria.

James died 1927 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 61 years.
Parents named as James Dewey MORRISON and Martha ALDERLEY.


Albert CRUMP.
Born: 1868 Amherst, Victoria.
Died: 1898 Horsham, Victoria.
Age: 30 years.


Elizabeth CRUMP.
Born: 1870 Amherst, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Horsham, Victoria.
Age: 81 years.

Married: John Hedlins KIRWOOD.
Year: 1899.
Place: Victoria.

John died 1963 in Horsham, Victoria.
Age: 99 years.
Parents named as John KIRWOOD and Sarah TAYLOR.


George Neville CRUMP.
Born: 1872 Amherst, Victoria.
Died: -

Registry of Births and Marriages, Victoria.

JN 51761

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on 2012-11-06 02:20:59

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