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DUCK Samuel married Jane HOWARTH 1844

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Samuel DUCK and Jane HOWARTH were married in Tasmania on the
26 March 1844.

Possible death for Samuel is 1883 in Colac, Victoria, aged 69 years. Parents recorded as Samuel DUCK and Mary SCRAGG.

Possible death for Jane is 1859 in Victoria, aged 29 years. Parents recorded as James HOWARTH and Mary Ann unknown. Jane's birth place was recorded as Hobart, Tasmania, but I have not located her birth.

Five children located Tasmania and Victorian records for Samuel and Jane.


[1]

Henry William DUCK.
Born: 06 February 1845, Tasmania.
Died: -
Married: Hannah JOHNSON.
Year: 1864.
Place: Victoria.
See post: Children of Henry DUCK and Hannah JOHNSON.


[2]

Elizabeth DUCK. *
Born: 1850 Colac, Victoria.
Died: 1892 Brunswick, Victoria, aged 45 years.
Married: Joseph JOHNSON.
Year: 1864.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: Children of Joseph JOHNSON and Elizabeth DUCK.


[3]

Samuel DUCK. *
Born: 1850 Colac, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: Elizabeth SIMMS.
Year: 1872.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: Children of Samuel DUCK and Elizabeth SIMMS.


[4]

Unnamed Female DUCK.
Born: 1855 Colac, Victoria.
Died: -


[5]

Isaac DUCK.
Born: 1857 Colac, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: Elizabeth CASTLES.
Year: 1883.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: Children of Isaac DUCK and Elizabeth CASTLES.


* Twins.


Sources:

Marriage and Birth Indexes Tasmania.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Surnames: CASTLES DUCK HOWARTH JOHNSON SCRAGG SIMMS
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on 2011-05-31 07:36:25

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