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PINNIGER Thomas married Helen STEWART 1857

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Thomas Wilkinson PINNIGER and Helen STEWART were married in Victoria in 1857.

Thomas died 1927 in Malvern, Victoria, aged 98 years.
Parents named as Henry PINNIGER and Sophia Ann WILKINSON.

Helen died 1920 in Malvern, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Parents named as George Stewart PINNIGER and Margaret COOK.
Informant got confused. Helen's father would have been George STEWART.

Seven children located Victorian records for Thomas and Helen.


[1]

Thomas Henry Wilkinson PINNIGER.
Born: 1859 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Surrey Hills, Victoria, aged 89 years.
Married: Dora Kate GOODINSON.
Year: 1905.
Place: Victoria.
Dora died 1961 Caulfield, Victoria, aged 82 years.


[2]

George Stewart PINNIGER.
Born: 1861 Benella, Victoria.
Died: 1952 South Yarra, Victoria, aged 91 years.
Married: Isabel FENWICK.
Year: 1912.
Place: Victoria.
Isabel died 1961 Armadale, Victoria, aged 82 years.


[3]

Helen Sophia PINNIGER.
Born: 1864 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Richmond, Victoria, aged 88 years.


[4]

Gideon stewart PINNIGER.
Born: 1866 Seymour, Victoria.
Died: 1927 East Melbourne, Victoria, aged 60 years.
Married: Rosa Sophia PINNIGER.
Year: 1902.
Place: Victoria.
Rosa died 1932 West Geelong, Victoria, aged 69 years.


[5]

James PINNIGER.
Born: 1868 Seymour, Victoria.
Died: 1868 Seymour, aged 22 weeks.


[6]

Mary Maud PINNIGER.
Born: 1873 Seymour, Victoria.
Died: 1968 Malvern, Victoria, aged 95 years.


[7]

Alice Victoria PINNIGER.
Born: 1875 Prahran, Victoria.
Died: 1966 Belgrave, Victoria, aged 91 years.
Married: Harold GIBSON.
Year: 1900.
Place: Victoria.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Surnames: COOK FENWICK GIBSON GOODINSON PINNIGER STEWART WILKINSON
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