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RITCHIE David married Emma KENYON 1894

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David James RITCHIE and Emma Alberta KENYON
were married in Victoria in 1894.

David died 1946 in Richmond, Victoria, aged 78 years.
Parents named as Alexander James RITCHIE and Maria JONES.

Emma died 1943 in Richmond, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Parents named as unknown KENYON and Emma unknown.

Eight children located Victorian records for David and Emma.


Alexander James RITCHIE.
Born: 1895 Castlemaine, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Richmond, Victoria, aged 74 years.


Myrtle Victoria RITCHIE.
Born: 1897 Castlemaine, Victoria.
Died: 1978 Burwood, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Married: William James PATTERSON.
Year: 1919.
Place: Victoria.
Married: unknown PINCOTT.
Year: -
Place: -


Teresa May RITCHIE.
Born: 1898 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: -


David Archibald RITCHIE.
Born: 1900 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1981 Parkville, Victoria, aged 80 years.


Emma Maria RITCHIE.
Born: 1903 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: -


Leslie Thomas RITCHIE.
Born: 1908 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1974 St Kilda, Victoria, aged 68 years.


Roy Eric John RITCHIE.
Born: 1915 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1979 Caulfield, Victoria, aged 63 years.
Married: Lorna Gemison MCKEONE.
Year: 1935.
Place: Victoria.


Keith Norman Frederick RITCHIE.
Born: 1918 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: Myrtle Rebecca EDWARDS.
Year: 1937.
Place: Victoria.


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Updated 14 February 2012.

After 500 views of this journal no one mentioned I had neglected to include Emma's year of death. Emma's year of death has now been included in RED.

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