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HARWOOD Charles married Ida HAMMER 1909

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Groom: Charles Frederick HARWOOD.
Birth place: Given as Ballarat.

Bride: Ida May HAMMER.
Birth place: Given as Stawell.

Year married: 1909.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Charles died 1965 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 81 years.
Parents named as William HARWOOD and Elizabeth RITCHIE.

Buried: Ballarat New Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Private A.
Section: 02.
Row: 02.
Grave number: 32.
Service date: 14 August 1965.


Birth note.
Charles was born 1884 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Parents named as William Henry HARWOOD and Elizabeth RICHARDS.

Ida died 1976 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 94 years.
Parents named as Philip HAMMER and Elizabeth LUKE.

Buried: Ballarat New Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Private A.
Section: 02.
Row: 02.
Grave number: 32.
Service date: 30 June 1976.


Birth note.
Ida was born 1882 in Stawell, Victoria.
Parents named as Philip Henry HAMMER and Elizabeth Jane LUKE.
See Post: HAMMER Philip married Elizabeth LUKE 1872

Two children located Victorian records for charles and Ida.

[1]

William Bramwell HARWOOD.
Born: 1910 East Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: -

[2]

Selina May HARWOOD.
Born: 1912 East Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1928 East Ballarat, Victoria.
Death recorded as Selma HARWOOD.
Age: 15 years.

Buried: Ballarat New Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Private A.
Section: 02.
Row: 02.
Grave number: 32.
Service date: 13 November 1928.


Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Ballarat Cemetery Records, Victoria.


JN 25519

Surnames: 25519 HAMMER HARWOOD LUKE RICHARDS RITCHIE
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