CHAFFE Edward married Emline TREMILLS 1840
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Marriage details for Edward and Emline.
Groom: Edward CHAFFE.
Age: 24 years.
Bride: Emline TREMILLS.
Age: 18 years.
Married: 15 September 1840.
Place: Widecomb In The Moors, Devon, England.
Possible death for Edward is 1859 in Victoria, aged 50 years. The place of death and parents were not recorded, but I'm sure this will be him. The age is a bit out going by his age at marriage, but that means nothing.
It also looks like Emline remarried in 1868 to William CARVER and died in 1907 aged 86 years. Her parents were recorded as HANDFORD and Ann TREEMILES. Not sure where the HANDFORD comes from, but TREEMILES does sound like TREMILLS. Remember, people wrote what they heard.
Five children located to date for Edward and Emline.
Born: circa 1843, Devon England.
Died: 1916 Northcote, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Married: Thomas Howard BOND.
See Post: Thomas BOND married Ann CHAFFE 1861.
Born: circa 1844, Devon, England.
Died: 1916 Horsham, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Married: Charles BOND.
See Post: Charles BOND married Bessie CHAFFE 1863.
Born: circa 1848, Devon, England.
Died: 1923 Hawthorn, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Born: 1851 Widecomb In The Moors, Devon, England.
Died: 1929 North Sydney, New South Wales.
Married: John FLETCHER.
See Post: John FLETCHER married Emily CHAFFE 1867.
Born: 1856 Albion, Victoria.
Died: 1943 Prahran, Victoria, aged 87 years.
Married: John Reginal ULLYETT.
See Post: John CHAFFE married Fanny ULLYETT 1873.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths, New South Wales.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 16 November 2011.
on 2011-05-27 04:04:29
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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