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Simon Harker and Margaret Beattie Victoria, Australia

Journal by MsMeridy

Simon Harker married Margaret Beattie at "Gowrie" a farm at Devenish, a rural area a short distance from Benalla, Victoria, Australia.

From this couple came my husband's mum's family tree.

Simon and Margaret had 6 children. Five girls and one boy.

Jean Evelyn 6/07/1895 - 18/10/1985

Jessie Irene 28/12/1896 - 22/2/1984

Myra 17/01/1899 - 1/10/1981

Hilda Elizabeth 18/07/1900 - 26/11/1990

John 21/01/1903

May 11/05/1908 - 17/4/1914

Other details:-

Jean Evelyn married Walter Harry Love at the Methodist Church at Surrey Hills on 4th August 1916. Walter died on 20th October 1970 and is buried at the Springvale Cemetery. Jean passed away 18th October 1985 at Dandenong and is also buried at Springvale. They had 3 children, Walter Thomas, May and Margaret Annie.


Jessie Irene married Adolfus Arthur Howden. They had 2 daughters, Jessie May and Esther Margaret who lived in Essendon for many year
and moved for retirement to Benalla where they were closer to their mother's family members.

Hilda Elizabeth married Timothy Corboy on 31/03/1926 at the Presbyterian Church in Benalla. They had one son and two daughters, Norman Vincent who died 3 days after birth, Hilda Elizabeth and Esther Lorraine. Tim was born on 1/01/1896 and died on 16/12/1963. He is buried at the Devenish Cemetery. Hilda passed away in 1990 and is buried with her husband.

John married Daisy Crawford 17/02/1934 at the Church of England in Benalla. They had 3 sons Robert John, Walter Simon and Peter William.

Myra and May. Did not marry as far as I know and therefore had no children.

Surnames: BEATTIE CORBOY CRAWFORD HARKER HOWDEN LOVE
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on 2007-10-03 04:04:45

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