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SKINNER Charles married Elizabeth CRUMP 1872

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Groom: Charles SKINNER.
Birth place: Given as London.

Bride: Elizabeth Jane CRUMP.
Birth place: Given as Ballarat.

Year married: 1872.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Possible death for Charles is 1904 in Melbourne East, Victoria.
Age: 53 years.
Father named as Henry SKINNER. Mother unknown.

Elizabeth died 1886 in South Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 29 years.
Parents named as John CRUMP and Jane PERCIVAL.

Birth note.
Elizabeth was born 1857 in Creswick, Victoria.
Parents named as John CRUMP and Emma Anne PERCEVAL.

Five children located Victorian records for Charles and Elizabeth.

[1]

Hannah SKINNER.
Born: 1873 Sandridge, Victoria.
Died: 1966 Alberton, Victoria.
Age: 93 years.

Married: Joseph HODGES.
Year: 1902.
Place: Victoria.

[2]

Charles SKINNER.
Born: 1875 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Sunbury, Victoria.
Age: 76 years.

[3]

Elizabeth Jane SKINNER.
Born: 1878 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1937 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 60 years.

Married: James Joseph CONDON.
Year: 1895.
Place: Victoria.

[4]

Florence May SKINNER.
Born: 1880 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1954 Coburg, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.

Married: John William MARTIN.
Year: 1898.
Place: Victoria.

[5]

William Richard SKINNER.
Born: 1883 Emerald Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1949 East St Kilda, Victoria.
Age: 65 years.

Sandridge: Now called Port Melbourne.
Emerald Hill: Now called South Melbourne.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

JN 51813

Surnames: 51813 CONDON CRUMP HODGES MARTIN PERCEVAL PERCIVAL SKINNER
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