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PARKINSON William married Margaret GILLESPIE 1898

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Groom: William Henry PARKINSON.
Birth place: Given as Heathcote.

Bride: Margaret GILLESPIE.
Birth place: Given as Ballarat.

Year married: 1898.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

William died 1945 in Sale, Victoria.
Age: 77 years.
Parents named as William PARKINSON and Mary Ann COLTON.

Birth note.
William was born 1868 in Heathcote, Victoria.
Parents named as William PARKINSON and Mary Ann COLTON.

Margaret died 14 August 1954 in Williamstown, Victoria.
Age: 92 years.
Parents recorded as Alexander GILLESPIE and Grace MCKAIG.

Buried: Altona Cemetery, Victoria.
Section: Fountain Court.
Service date: 16 August 1954.


Birth note.
Margaret was born 1862 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Parents named as Alexander GILLESPIE and Grace MCKAIG.
See Post: GILLESPIE Alexander and Grace MCKAIG

Three children located Victorian records for William and Margaret.

[1]

Thomas Henry PARKINSON.
Born: 1898 Kyabram, Victoria.
Died: -

[2]

Grace Victoria PARKINSON.
Born: 1900 Williamstown, Victoria.
Died: 25 November 1961, Williamstown, Victoria.
Age: 61 years.

Buried: Altona Cemetery, Victoria.
Section: Fountain Court.
Service date: 27 November 1961.


[3]

Alexander PARKINSON.
Born: 1904 Williamstown, Victoria.
Died: 26 August 1975, Williamstown, Victoria.
Age: 71 years.

Buried: Altona Cemetery, Victoria.
Section: Court Of Hours.
Service date: 28 August 1975.


Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Altona Cemetery Records, Victoria.


JN 26116

Surnames: 26116 COLTON GILLESPIE MCKAIG PARKINSON
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