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HORTLE Hubert married Frances LONG 1896

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Groom: Herbert William HORTLE.
Birth place: Given as Warrnambool.

Bride:Frances Isabella LONG.
Birth place: Given as Mortlake.

Year married: 1896.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Herbert died 1955 in Warrnambool, Victoria.
Age: 83 years.
Parents named as Henry William HORTLE and Barbara REILY.

Birth note.
Herbert was born 1872 in Warrnambool, Victoria.
Parents named as Henry William HORTLE and Barbara Ann REILLY.
Henry and Barbara were married in Victoria in 1871.

Frances died 1953 in Terang, Victoria.
Age: 83 years.
Parents named as William LONG and Frances Eliza BROOKS.

Birth note.
Frances was born 1869 in Mortlake, Victoria.
Parents named as William LONG and Frances Eliza BROOKS.
See Post: LONG William married Frances BROOKS 1863

Two children located Victorian records for Herbert and Frances.

[1]

Herbert William HORTLE.
Born: 1897 Nirranda, Victoria.
Died: 1980 Bentleigh, Victoria.
Age: 83 years.

Married: Hilda Frances CAMERON.
Year: 1924.
Place: Victoria.

Hilda died 1973 in Caulfield, Victoria.
Age: 75 years.
Parents named as John CAMERON and Frances WITSON.

Birth note.
Hilda was born 1897 in Mortlake, Victoria.
Parents named as John CAMERON and Frances Maria WHITSON.
John and Frances were married in Victoria in 1894.

[2]

Wilfred Condell HORTLE.
Born: 1902 Terang, Victoria.
Died: -

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

JN 24298

Surnames: 24298 BROOKS CAMERON HORTLE LONG REILLY REILY WHITSON WITSON
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