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SNOW Charles married Harriet KIPLING 1870

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Groom: Charles SNOW.
Birth place: Given as Gloucestershire.

Bride: Harriet KIPLING.
Birth place: Given as London.

Year married: 1870.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Deaths for Charles and Harriet not located at time of posting.

Nine children located Victorian records for Charles and Harriet.

[1]

Charles Edward SNOW.
Born: 1871 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1871 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 04 months.

[2]

Henry SNOW.
Born: 1872 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1876 not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 03 years.

[3]

Mary SNOW.
Born: 1874 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: -

[4]

Ellen SNOW.
Born: 1876 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Surrey Hills, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.

Married: William Ernest SUTTON.
Year: 1906.
Place: Victoria.

[5]

Harriet Edith SNOW.
Born: 1878 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1891 Bendigo Hospital, Victoria.
Age: 13 years.
Death recorded as Edith SNOW.

[6]

Alfred Edwin SNOW.
Born: 1879 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1885 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Age: 05 years.

[7]

Amy Annie SNOW.
Born: 1881 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1885 Sandhust, Victoria.
Age: 04 years.
Death recorded as Amelia Annie SNOW.

[8]

Charles Herbert John SNOW.
Born: 1883 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1883 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Age: 06 months.

[9]

Willie SNOW.
Born: 1885 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1885 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Age: 24 days.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

JN 51510

Surnames: 51510 KIPLING SNOW SUTTON
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