GILLESPIE Robert married Margaret MCGEE 1878
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Robert GILLESPIE (born County Antrim) and Margaret MCGEE were married in Victoria in 1878.
Possible death for Robert is 1897 at Nine Mile Creek, Victoria, aged 48 years. Parents recorded as Hugh GILLESPIE and Martha LINTON.
Margaret died 1933 in Numurkah, Victoria, aged 83 years. Parents recorded as Archibald MCPHEE (sic) and Elizabeth unknown.
Nine children located Victorian records for Robert and Margaret.
Born: 1878 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Numurkah, Victoria, aged 69 years.
Married: George TEAGUE.
Daniel James GILLESPIE.
Born: 1880 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1960 Shepparton, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: Fanny Clara DE LA RUE.
See Post: Daniel GILLESPIE married Fanny DE LA RUE 1913.
Born: circa 1881. Birth not located.
Died: 1968 Beechworth, Victoria, aged 87 years.
Robert Lewis GILLESPIE.
Born: 1883 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1959 Beaumaris, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Mary LUCAS.
See Post: Robert GILLESPIE married Mary LUCAS 1913.
Born: 1886 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1886 Nine Mile Creek, aged 3 months.
Born: 1887 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Numurkah, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Married: James Blair PURDIE.
Born: 1889 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Numurkah, Victoria, aged 68 years.
Born: 1891 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1970 Prahran, Victoria, aged 78 years.
Born: 1893 Nine Mile Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Numurka, Victoria, aged 33 years.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 03 March 2012.
on 2010-11-02 22:18:08
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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