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MCWHINNEY Albert married Henrietta JOHNSON 1897

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Groom: Albert Ernest MCWHINNEY.
Birth place: Given as Melbourne North.

Bride: Henrietta Louisa JOHNSON.
Birth place: Given as Melbourne North.

Year married: 1897.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Albert died 1954 in Sydney, New South Wales.
Parents named as Alexander Wilson and Grace.

Birth note.
Albert was born 1873 in Melbourne North, Victoria.
Parents named as Albert Wilson MCWHINNEY and Grace CASSON.

Henrietta died 1959 in Sydney, New South Wales.
Parents named as Lawrence Hamilton and Eleanor.

Birth note.
Henrietta was born 1879 in Hotham, Victoria.
Parents named as Lawrence JOHNSON and Ellen TAYLOR.

Five children located Victorian records for Albert and Henrietta and possibly more births in New South Wales.

[1]

Lawrence Hamilton MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1898 Hotham East, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Vera B JUDGE.
Year: 1921.
Place: Randwick, New South Wales.

[2]

Henrietta Louisa MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1904 Hotham East, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Charles J SEDGWICK.
Year: 1929.
Place: Sydney, New South Wales.

[3]

Alexander Wilson MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1906 Hotham East, Victoria.
Died: -

[4]

Eleanor MCWHINNEY.
Born: 1909 Hotham East, Victoria.
Died: -

[5]

Walter Henry MCWHINNEY.
Born: circa 1921. (Birth not located)
Died: 1963 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 42 years.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, New South Wales.


JN 41004

Surnames: 41004 CASSON JOHNSON JUDGE MCWHINNEY SEDGWICK TAYLOR
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