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ROBERTSON James married Margaret STODART 1870

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James ROBERTSON and Margaret Stuart STODART were married in Victoria in 1870.

The VMI records Margaret's birth place as Tasmania but she was born in Colac, Victoria in 1849. So don't bother looking in Tasmania.

James death not located.

Margaret died 1930 in the Colac Hospital, Victoria, aged 54 years. Parents recorded as David Edmond STODART and Margaret Stuart MURRAY.

Six children located Victoria records for James and Margaret but there may be more.


[1]

Ruby Margaret ROBERTSON.
Born: 1871 Colac, Victoria.
Died: 1892 Colac, aged 21 years.


[2]

James Ernest ROBERTSON.
Born: 1873 Colac, Victoria.
Died: 1930 St Arnaud, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: Marg Amy HUNTER.
Year: 1902.
Place: Victoria.


[3]

Edmund Stewart ROBINSON.
Born: 1875 Colac, Victoria.
Died: -


[4]

Lillias Elaine ROBERTSON.
Born: 1877 Colac, Victoria.
Died: 1932 Armadale, Victoria, aged 56 years.


[5]

Hugh Olive ROBERTSON.
Born: 1879 Colac, Victoria.
Died: 1954 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Dora Sophia APPLETON.
Year: 1905.
Place: Victoria.


[6]

Flora ROBERTSON.
Born: 1880 Colac, Victoria.
Died: 1963 Warrnambool, Victoria, aged 87 years.
Married: unknown WINTER IRVING.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Surnames: APPLETON HUNTER MURRAY ROBERTSON STODART WINTER IRVING
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