GILLESPIE John and Margaret ROSS 1858
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John GILLESPIE and Margaret ROSS were married in Victoria in 1858. The marriage was a bit hard to find because John was recorded under GILLISPIE.
Possible death for John is 1908 in Garfield, Victoria, aged 81 years. Father recorded as Andrew GILLESPE. Mother unknown.
Possible death for Margaret is 1900 in Bunyip South, Victoria, aged 62 years. Parents recorded as unknown.
Eight children located Victorian records for John and Margaret.
Marion Jane GILLESPIE.
Born: 1861 The Leigh, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Birregurra, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: 1890 Thomas GRIFFIN.
See Post: Thomas GRIFFIN married Marion GILLESPIE 1890.
Born: 1863 The Leigh, Victoria.
Born: circa 1865. Birth not located.
Died: 1866 not recorded, Victoria, aged 1 year.
Margaret Agnes GILLESPIE.
Born: circa 1867. Birth not located.
Died: 1948 Colac, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Married: Andrew MOWAT.
See Post: Andrew MOWAT married Margaret GILLESPIE 1892.
Eliza Isabella GILLESPIE.
Born: circa 1869. Birth not located.
Died: 1953 Geelong, Victoria, aged 84 years.
Married: Robert GRIFFIN.
See Post: Robert GRIFFIN married Eliza GILLESPIE 1898.
Joseph Cuthbert GILLESPIE.
Born: 1871 Rokewood, Victoria.
Died: 1932 Williamstown, Victoria, aged 60 years.
Married: Amina Julia WATSON. *
Amina died 1915 Keilor, Victoria, aged 43 years.
James William GILLESPIE.
Born: 1874 Rokewood, Victoria.
Died: 1931 Sunbury, Victoria, aged 54 years.
Married: Harriet Eugenia Victoria ROWLEY.
Peter Alexander GILLESPIE.
Born: 1877 Rokewood, Victoria.
Died: 1924 Prahran, Victoria, aged 46 years.
Married: Mary Davidson LAMB.
See Post: Peter GILLESPIE married Mary LAMB 1903.
* No children located.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 05 December 2010.
on 2010-11-03 01:59:44
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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