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GILLESPIE James married Mary GALLAGHER 1887

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James GILLESPIE (born Glasgow) and Mary GALLAGER (born Springs, Victoria) were married in Victoria in 1887.

James death not located.

Mary died 1924 in Carlton, Victoria, aged 65 years. Parents recorded as Francis GALLAGHER and Bridget DUNLEA.

Eight children located Victorian records for James and Mary.


[1]

David Francis GILLESPIE. *
Born: 1888 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1917 Caulfield, Victoria, aged 29 years.


[2]

James Douglas GILLESPIE. *
Born: 1888 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1947 East Malvern, Victoria, aged 59 years.


[3]

Eva Agnes GILLESPIE.
Born: 1889 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1978 Mordialloc, Victoria, aged 89 years.
Married: Frederick HANSEN.
Year: 1926.
Place: Victoria.


[4]

Gordon Charles GILLESPIE.
Born: 1890 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Daylesford, Victoria, aged 46 years.


[5]

Mary Hilda GILLESPIE.
Born: 1892 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1963 Essendon, Victoria, aged 70 years.
Married: Donald Roy SWAIN.
Year: 1925.
Place: Victoria.


[6]

Jessie Olive GILLESPIE.
Born: 1894 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: -


[7]

Robert Bruce GILLESPIE.
Born: 1895 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 73 years.


[8]

William Wallace GILLESPIE.
Born: 1898 Carlton, Victoria.
Died: 1967 Kew, Victoria, aged 46 years.

* Twins.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Surnames: DUNLEA GALLAGHER GILLESPIE HANSEN SWAIN
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