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PEART John married Ellen FLETCHER 1889

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Information Journal.

Groom: John Emerson Burn PEART.
Birth place: Given as Daylesford.

Bride: Ellen Elizabeth FLETCHER.
Birth place: Given as Blackwood.

Year married: 1889.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

John died 1936 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 69 years.
Parents named as Emmerson PEART and Mary Elizabeth WILSON.

Birth note.
John was born 1866 in Coomoora, Victoria.
Parents named as Emerson PEART and Mary WILSON.

Ellen died 1913 in Mirboo North, Victoria.
Age: 45 years.
Parents named as Charles FLETCHER and Ellen ROACH.

Birth note.
Ellen was born 1867 in Blue Mountain, Victoria.
Parents named as Charles FLETCHER and Ellen ROACHE.

Three children located Victorian records for John and Ellen.


Emerson PEART.
Born: 1890 Blackwood, Victoria.
Died: 1975 Mirboo North, Victoria.
Age: 60 years.


Charles Albert PEART.
Born: 1892 Kew, Victoria.
Died: 1953 Morwell, Victoria.
Age: 60 years.


Helena Marie PEART.
Born: 1901 Blue Mountain, Victoria.
Died: 1983 Glen Iris, Victoria.
Age: 82 years.

Married: Stanley Victor HOSKEN.
Year: 1924.
Place: Victoria.

Blue Mountain was also known as Trentham.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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on 2011-01-05 01:07:20

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by Knattyknitter on 2011-02-05 08:21:08

Emerson Peart's family must have come to Australia from Weardale in NE England. The name Emerson Peart also figures in branches of the family who went to USA and Canada. and those that remained in UK.

by tonkin on 2011-02-06 09:11:38

Thank you for your input Knattyknitter. Hope this may ring a few bells for other researchers. Every little bit helps.

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