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SINCOCK George and Martha BURN

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George SINCOCK and Martha BURN.

Marriage details not located at time of posting.

The Asia arrived in Victoria in 1853.
Included on the passenger list were George SINCOCK - aged 32 years.
Martha SINCOCK - aged 33 years.
Enock SINCOCK - aged 03 years.

I think this will be the arrival of George and his family. The only problem is their daughters, Margaret and Emma, do not appear on the passenger list. The VDI records their birth place as Straffordshire, so they must have been there somewhere.

Possible death for George is 1879 in Victoria.
Age: 57 years.
Parents named as James SINCOCK and Hannah CLARK.
Birth place recorded as Straffordshire.

Possible death for Martha is 1896 in Carlton, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.
Parents named as John BURNS and Margaret BEDEN.

Six children located Victorian records for George and Martha.


Born: circa 1851 Straffordshire, England.
Died: 1899 Castlemaine, Victoria.
Age: 48 years.

Married: Emma WHITTAKER.
Year: 1875.
Place: Victoria.

See Post: SINCOCK Enoch married Emma WHITTAKER 1875


Margaret SINCOCK.
Born: circa 1853 Straffordshire, England.
Died: 1854 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 01 year.


Born: circa 1853 Straffordshire, England.
Died: 1861 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 08 years.


Margaret SINCOCK.
Born: 1856 Little Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: John Henry KRUSS.
Year: 1881.
Place: Victoria.


Born: 1857 Castlemaine, Victoria.
Died: 1920 Williamstown, Victoria.
Age: 62 years.

Married: Thomas SHUTTLEWORTH.
Year: 1878.
Place: Victoria.

See Post: SHUTTLEWORTH Thomas married Martha SINCOCK 1878


Anna Maria SINCOCK.
Born: 1859 Little Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: -

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Immigration to Victoria 1852-1879.

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