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WHITEHEAD Henry married Catherine COCKBURN 1859

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Henry WHITEHEAD and Catherine COCKBURN were married in Victoria in 1859.

Henry's death not located.

Catherine died 1916 in Footscray, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Parents recorded as Alexander COCKBURN and Margaret MILNE.

Six children located Victorian records for Henry and Catherine.


[1]

William Alexander WHITEHEAD.
Born: 1860 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1938 Stawell, Victoria, aged 78 years.


[2]

Margaret Helen WHITEHEAD.
Born: 1862 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Ferntree Gully, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: unknown CHALMERS.
Year: -
Place: -


[3]

Henry John WHITEHEAD.
Born: 1864 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1935 Hopetoun, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Married: Annie EVANS.
Year: 1891.
Place: Victoria.


[4]

Alexandria Catherine WHITEHEAD.
Born: 1866 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1947 Royal Park, Victoria, aged 80 years.


[5]

James Cockburn WHITEHEAD.
Born: 1869 Ballrat, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Quambatook, Victoria, aged 86 years. *
Married: Margaret REGAN.
Year: 1906.
Place: Victoria.


[6]

Jane Elizabeth WHITEHEAD. **
Born: 1871 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Footscray, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Married: James BUTTLE.
Year: 1904.
Place: Victoria.

* Mother recorded as Catherine QUICKSHANK.

** Father recorded as Andrew WHITEHEAD.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.

Surnames: BUTTLE CHALMERS COCKBURN MILNE REGAN WHITEHEAD
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