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GINGER George married Sarah HOLLAND 1867

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Groom: George GINGER.
Birth place: Middlesex.

Bride: Sarah HOLLAND.
Birth place: Surrey.

Year married: 1867.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

George died 1899 in Allansford, Victoria.
Age: 57 years.
Father named as George GINGER. Mother unknown.

Sarah died 1923 in Brunswick East, Victoria.
Age: 76 years.
Parents named as George GINGER and Sarah HOLLAND.

Wrong parents named for Sarah.
I expect the informant was one of Sarah's children. When asked for parents names, meaning those of the deceased, they have given their own parents names.

Seven children located for George and Sarah.

[1]

Mary Olive GINGER.
Born: 1870 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1941 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 71 years.

Married: William THOMAS.
Date: 14 November 1887.
Place: Residence of bride's parents, Millicent, South Australia.

William died 1941 in Ferntree Gully, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.
Parents named as Robert THOMSON and unknown MCBETT.

See Post: THOMSON William married Mary GINGER 1887

[2]

Ellen Elizabeth GINGER.
Born: 1873 Ararat, Victoria.
Died: 29 January 1903, Millicent, South Australia.
Age: 28 years.
Status: Married.
Husband named as Samuel Charles LOCK.

Married: Samuel Charles LOCK.
Date: 23 April 1896.
Place: Residence of E R LOCK, Millicent, South Australia.

Samuel died 01 September 1956 in Millicent Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 84 years.
Status: Widower.

Birth note.
Samuel was born 10 June 1872 in Two Wells, South Australia.
Parents named as Edgar Richard LOCK and Margaret Peach COOPER.

One child located for Samuel and Ellen.

1.
Raymond George LOCK.
Born: 05 September 1900, Millicent, South Australia.
Died: -

Married: Gladys Birdie Gwendoline LISTER.
Date: 22 September 1923.
Place: St Peter Church, Glenelg, South Australia.

Birth note.
Gladys was born 20 December 1900 in Petersburg, South Australia.
Parents named as James LISTER and Louisa BLIZZARD.

[3]

Walter GINGER.
Born: 1876 Ararat, Victoria.
Died: 04 November 1930, Walkerville, South Australia.
Age: 52 years.

Married: May Mary HARRIS.
Date: 11 June 1919.
Place: St Clement Church, Enfield, South Australia.

[4]

Emily Louisa GINGER.
Born: 1878 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1965 Portland, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.

Married: Hamlet Duck Wyatt HAINES.
Date: 18 June 1919.
Place: Residence of G L HAINES, Millicent, South Australia.

Hamlet died 1966 in Portland, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.
Parents named as Albert HAINES and Eliza WYATT.

Birth note.
Hamlet was born 25 February 1885 in Mount Gambier, South Australia.
Parents named as Albert HAINES and Eliza WYATT,

[5]

Flora GINGER.
Born: 29 April 1880, Millicent, South Australia.
Died: 1969 Kerang, Victoria.
Age: 89 years.

[6]

Frederick GINGER.
Born: 19 June 1882, Millicent, South Australia.
Died: 1970 Coburg, Victoria.
Age: 76 years.

Married: Ellen BARRY.
Year: 1911.
Place: Victoria.

Ellen died 1969 in Parkdale, Victoria.
Age: 84 years.
Parents named as Richard BARRY and Emily WILLIS.

Birth note.
Ellen was born 1886 in Collingwood, Victoria.
Parents named as Richard BARRY and Emily MOORE.

[7]

Ada GINGER.
Born: 07 June 1885, near Millicent, South Australia.
Died: 1962 Brunswick, Victoria.
Age: 77 years.

Married: David Robert Thomson KINNEAR.
Year: 1913.
Place: Victoria.

David died 1974 in Parkdale, Victoria.
Age: 84 years.
Parents named as James KINNEAR and Alice Louisa ROUTLEY.

Birth note.
Robert was born 1890 in East Brunswick, Victoria.
Parents named as James KINNEAR and Alice Louisa ROUTLEY.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.


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