BARTON William married Gustine ORCHARD 1878
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William BARTON and Gustina Matilda ORCHARD were married in Victoria in 1878.
William's death not located.
Gustina died 1929 in Leongatha, Victoria , aged 69 years.
Parents recorded as Daniel James ORCHARD and Abbey Emily SULLIVAN.
Gustina has also been recorded as Augustus, Augustine and Justina, but most of the time it is Gustina.
Her death was recorded as Augustine, which may be her correct name.
Nine children located Victorian records for William and Gustina.
Abbey Elizabeth BARTON.
Born: 1879 Stratford, Victoria.
David John BARTON.
Born: 1880 Stratford, Victoria.
Died: 1960 Toorak, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: Isabel Charlotte SHAND.
William Daniel BARTON.
Born: 1882 Stratford, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Williamstown, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: Edith William BURROWS.
Ernest Walter BARTON.
Born: 1884 Stratford, Victoria.
Lillian Maud BARTON.
Born: 1886 Stratford, Victoria.
Julia Caroline BARTON.
Born: 1888 Stratford, Victoria.
Died: 1966 Bentleigh, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: Joseph William MURDOCK.
Maria Ford BARTON.
Born: 1890 Stratford, Victoria.
Died: 1947 Newport, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Married: Ivor Leslie Clair BOLLOM.
Amy Elizabeth BARTON.
Born: 1892 Stratford, Victoria.
Died: 1963 Leongatha, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Married: Oliver Leslie Clair WILSON.
Susanna Emily Augustina BARTON. *
Born: 1898 Stratford, Victoria.
Died: 1902 Foster, Victoria, aged 4 years.
* Susanna's given name of Augustina may prove this was her mother's correct name.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-01-06 17:12:38
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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