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BUTTERS John married Margaret FOLEY 1859

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John Stewart BUTTERS and Margaret FOLEY.

Year married: 1859.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

John died 1888 in Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 58 years.
Parents named as Daniel BUTTERS and Ellen TAGGART.

Margaret died 1920 in Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 82 years.
Parents named as John FOLEY and Mary BARRETT.

Eight children located Victorian records for John and Margaret.


Henry (aka Harry) Stewart BUTTERS.
Born: 1861 Ashby, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.

Married: Annie Constance HOLDEN.
Year: 1887.
Place: Victoria.


Mary Ellen BUTTERS.
Born: 1865 Ashby, Victoria.
Died: 1934 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.


Margaret Mary BUTTERS.
Born: 1867 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 85 years.


Archibald John BUTTERS.
Born: 1869 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1876 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 06 years.


Teresa Ann BUTTERS.
Born: 1871 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1949 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.

Married: Thomas SLATTERY.
Year: 1915.
Place: Victoria.


John Alexander BUTTERS.
Born: 1873 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1875 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 01 year.


Agnes Jane BUTTERS.
Born: 1876 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1941 Geelong West, Victoria.
Age: 66 years.


William Richard BUTTERS.
Born: 1878 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1894 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: Recorded as 46 years.
46 years. Wrong age recorded. William would have been about 16 years.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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