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HAYTER Henry married Susan DODD 1857

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Henry Heylyn HAYTER and Susan DODD were married in Victoria in 1857.

Possible death for Henry is 1895 in Armadale, Victoria, aged 73 years. Parents recorded as Henry HAYTER and Eliza Jane HEYLYN.

Possible death for Susan is 1911 in Armadale, Victoria, aged 77 years. Parents recorded as William DODD and Sarah COLT.

Seven children located Victorian records for Henry and Susan.


[1]

Henry Hayland Morris HAYTER.
Born: 1857 Collingwood, Victoria.
Died: 1860 not recorded, Victoria, aged 3 years.


[2]

Edith Susan HAYTER.
Born: 1859 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1860 not recorded, Victoria, aged 16 months.


[3]

Heyland William Goodenough HAYTER.
Born: 1862 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1868 not recorded, Victoria, aged 5 years.


[4]

Henry Barkly HAYTER.
Born: 1864 Brunswick, Victoria.
Died: 1949 Malvern, Victoria, aged 85 years.
Married: Mary Ann Speechly WARD.
Year: 1888.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: Henry HAYTER married Mary WARD 1888.


[5]

Arhtur Matheson HAYTER.
Born: 1867 South Yarra, Victoria.
Died: 1873 not recorded, Victoria, aged 6 years.


[6]

Alsie Susan HAYTER.
Born: 1868 South Yarra, Victoria.
Died: 1873 not recorded, Victoria, aged 4 years.


[7]

Robert Heylyn HAYTER.
Born: 1873 South Yarra, Victoria.
Died: 1874 not recorded, Victoria, aged 1 year.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Surnames: COLT DODD HAYTER HEYLYN WARD
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