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RAKE William married Sarah BARBER 1858

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Groom: William RAKE.
Bride: Sarah BARBER.

Year married: 1858.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

William died 1911 Albury district, New South Wales.
Age: 81 years.
Parents not recorded.

Sarah died 1909 Albury district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.
Parents named as Thomas and Elizabeth.

Ten children located Victorian records for William and Sarah.

[1]

Elizabeth Jane RAKE.
Born: 1859 Yackandandah, Victoria.
Died: -

[2]

Charles Harry RAKE.
Born: 1860 Osborne's Flat, Victoria.
Died: 1923 Wagga Wagga district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.

[3]

Thomas RAKE.
Born: 1862 Osborne's Flay, Victoria.
Died: 1869 not recorded, Victoria.
Death recorded as Thomas Lionel RAKE.
Age: 07 years.

[4]

Sarah Ann RAKE.
Born: 1864 Osborne's Flat, Victoria.
Died: -

[5]

Mary Eliza RAKE.
born: 1866 Yackandandah, Victoria.
Died: 1934 Goulburn district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.

[6]

William ernest RAKE.
Born: 1868 Yackandandah, Victoria.
Died: 1868 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 07 weeks.

[7]

Susan Rachael RAKE.
Born: 1871 Yackandandah, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Albury district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.

[8]

Lillian Maude RAKE.
Born: 1872 Yackandandah, Victoria.
Died: 1955 Wagga Wagga district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.

[9]

Ernest Lionel RAKE.
Born: 1874 Yackandandah, Victoria.
Died: 1875 Albury district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.

[10]

Percy John Arnold RAKE.
Born: 1876 Wodonga, Victoria.
Died: 1951 Wagga Wagga district, New South Wales.
Age: Not recorded.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths, New South Wales.


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