ORCHARD William married Elizabeth TREMBATH 1879
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William Henry ORCHARD and Elizabeth Jane TREMBATH were married in Victoria in 1879.
William died 1938 in Castlemaine, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Parents recorded as Joseph ORCHARD and Elizabeth RICHARDS.
Elizabeth died 1928 in Castlemaine aged 70 years.
Parents recorded as Thomas TREMBATH and Elizabeth RICHARDS.
The birth records confirm William and Elizabeth's mother were both named Elizabeth RICHARDS and it was not an error by the informant.
Six children located Victorian records for William and Elizabeth.
Born: 1880 Chewton, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Malvern, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Married: Frederick Herbert MACARTNEY.
Born: 1889 Chewton, Victoria.
Died: 1949 Broadford, Victoria, aged 68 years.
Married: Thomas TREWELLA.
See Post: Thomas TREWELLA married Mabel ORCHARD 1901.
Ethel May ORCHARD.
Born: 1883 Chewton, Victoria.
Died: 1951 St Kilda, Victoria, aged 67 years.
Married: James Jansen BERNETT. *
Lillian Rhonda ORCHARD.
Born: 1886 Chewton, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Married: Edwin Stanley PHILLIPS.
William Ellis ORCHARD.
Born: 1888 Fton and K, Victoria. **
Married: Helen Gladys PORTER.
Martin Hosking ORCHARD.
Born: 1893 Chewton, Victoria.
Died: 1938 Glen Iris, Victoria, aged 45 years.
Married: Adelaide WALKER.
* BERNETT was recorded as BERNDT in marriage index. Possible typo error.
** Still trying to work out William's birth place.
This may mean he was born between two towns.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 19 February 2012.
on 2011-01-06 17:18:14
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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