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MACK Stephen married Bridget MINIHAN 1857

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Stephen MACK and Bridget MINIHAN were married in Victoria in 1857.

Possible death for Stephen is 1890 at Baddaginnie, Victoria, aged 61 years.
Father named as Robert MACK. Mother unknown.

Bridget died 1918 in Benella, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Parents named as Daniel MINIHAN and Lucy MADDEN.

Ten children located Victorian records for Stephen and Bridget.


[1]

Elizabeth Kate MACK.
Born: 1858 Creswick, Victoria.
Died: 1930 Benella, Victoria, aged 71 years.


[2]

Robert MACK.
Born: 1860 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Flemington, Victoria, aged 67 years.


[3]

Stephen MACK.
Born: 1862 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1871 Kingston, aged 8 years.


[4]

Clara MACK.
Born: 1865 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: -


[5]

Emma MACK.
Born: 1867 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1933 Benella, Victoria, aged 66 years.


[6]

Jane MACK.
Born: 1869 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1934 Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 65 years.
Married: William DOBSON.
Year: 1889.
Place: Victoria.
Married: Edward KEALEY.
Year: 1896.
Place: Victoria.


[7]

Walter John MACK.
Born: 1871 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1924 East Melbourne, Victoria, aged 53 years.


[8]

Beatrice Isabella MACK.
Born: 1873 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1875 Kingston, aged 22 months.


[9]

Stephen MACK.
Born: 1875 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1951 Parkville, Victoria, aged 76 years.


[10]

Thomas MACK.
Born: 1878 Benella, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Benella, aged 69 years.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Surnames: DOBSON KEALY MACK MADDEN MINIHAN
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