ELLIS Henry married Eliza NORWOOD 1850
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Marriage details for Henry and Eliza.
Groom: Henry ELLIS.
Age: 36 years.
Father: Not recorded.
Bride: Eliza NORWOOD.
Age: 24 years.
Father: Not recorded.
Date married: 26 March 1850.
Place: Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia.
Possible death for Henry is 1886 in Ballarat, Victoria, aged 73 years. Parents not recorded.
Possible death for Eliza is 1900 in Ballarat East, Victoria, aged 72 years. Father recorded as unknown NORWOOD. Mother unknown.
Nine children located South Australia and Victorian records for Henry and Eliza.
Born: 15 July 1851, Tea Tree Gully, South Australia.
Died: 1921 South Yarra, Victoria, aged 69 years.
Born: 01 June 1853, Adelaide, South Australia.
Born: 1855 Maryborough, Victoria.
Died: 1922 Newport, Victoria, aged 67 years.
Married: Frederick WADE.
Born: 1857 Maryborough, Victoria.
Born: 1859 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Ballarat, aged 68 years.
Born: 1861 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Ballarat, aged 64 years.
Married: William COUTTS.
Born: 1864 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1938 Ballarat East, aged 74 years.
Married: Frank WILSON.
Born: 1868 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1912 Ballarat East, aged 44 years.
Married: William John WILLIAMS.
Born: 1872 Bumg, Victoria.
Died: 1945 Ballarat, Victoria, aged 74 years.
Bumg. I expect this will be a typo error in the indexes and should be Bungaree, a short horse ride from Ballarat.
Registry of Births and Marriages, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
With my thanks to familytreecircle member ngairedith.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 28 December 2011.
on 2011-12-12 20:21:27
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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