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GILES Jonathan and Susanna MAY

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Jonathan GILES and Susanna MAY.

Jonathan GILES, aged 27 years, and his wife Susanna MAY, aged 28 years, arrived in Melbourne, Victoria on the Alumbagh in October 1870. Their first child, Jonathan, was born on the voyage out to Australia, and was recorded on the passenger list as an infant. His birth appears to have been registered in Maldon, Victoria.

Jonathan died 1907 in Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 63 years.
Father named as Edward Eden GILES. Mother unknown.

Susanna died 1916 in Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 74 years.
Parents named as William MAY and Anna HEXT.


Jonathan GILES.
Born: 1870 at Sea on the Alumbagh.
Died: 1870 Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 04 months.


Susanna GILES.
Born: 1871 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Kensington, Victoria.
Age: 70 years.

Married: Robert SCOTT.
Year: 1909.
Place: Victoria.


Rebecca GILES.
Born: 1873 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: 1923 Williamstown, Victoria.
Aged: 49 years.

Married: Gregory STANFORD.
Year: 1896.
Place: Victoria.


Jonathan GILES.
Died: 1875 Maldon, Victoria.
Born: 1939 Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 64 years.


Jessie GILES.
Born: 1876 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: 1971 Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 95 years.

Married: Arthur Edward COX.
Year: 1895.
Place: Victoria.


Thomas GILES.
Born: 1877 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: 1878 Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 07 months.


George GILES.
Born: 1878 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: -


Thomas GILES.
Born: 1878 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: 1947 Castlemaine, Victoria.
Age: 68 years.

Immigration to Victoria 1852-1879.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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