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ABECKETT Malwyn married Affra ROBINSON 1865

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Malwyn ABECKETT and Affra Ann ROBINSON
were married in Victoria in 1865.

Malwyn, recorded as Malioyn, died 1906 in Sale, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Parents named as William ABECKETT and Emily HAYLEY.

Affra died 1918 in Wangaratta, Victoria, aged 69 years.
Parents named as Thomas ROBINSION and Hannah HALE.

Eight children located Victorian records for Malwyn and Affra.


[1]

Unnamed Female ABECKETT.
Born: 1866 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: -


[2]

Albert Reginald ABECKETT.
Born: circa 1867. Birth not located.
Died: 1925 Alexandra, Victoria, aged 58 years.


[3]

Emily Matilda ABECKETT.
Born: 1868 Emerald, Victoria.
Died: 1953 North Balwyn, Victoria, aged 85 years.


[4]

Alfred Howard ABECKETT.
Born: 1869 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Heidelberg, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Married: Dorothy Lydia MCLEOD.
Year: 1911.
Place: Victoria.


[5]

Malwyn Hayley ABECKETT.
Born: 1872 Prahran, Victoria.
Died: 1959 Elmore, Victoria, aged 87 years.


[6]

Florence Affra ABECKETT.
Born: 1874 Prahran, Victoria.
Died: 1944 Cheltenham, Victoria, aged 70 years.


[7]

Mabel Emma ABECKETT.
Born: 1875 Prahran, Victoria.
Died: 1905 Dandenong, Victoria, aged 29 years.
Married: James Turner MCNAUGHTON.
Year: 1904.
Place: Victoria.


[8]

Marion Ethel ABECKETT.
Born: 1879 Prahran, Victoria.
Died: 1968 Sandringham, Victoria, aged 89 years.
Married: James Turner MCNAUGHTON.
Year: 1910.
Place: Victoria.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Surnames: ABECKETT HALE HAYLEY MCLEOD MCNAUGHTON ROBINSON
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