DICK William married Catherine STRINGER 1883
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William Thomas DICK and Catherine Mary STRINGER were married in Victoria in 1883.
Possible death for William is 1908 in Prahran, Victoria, aged 47 years. Parents recorded as John DICK and Margaret CHARLES.
Catherine died 1945 in Bendigo, Victoria, aged 84 years. Parenys recorded as Henry STRINGER and Margaret CHRYSTOL.
Eleven children located Victorian records for William and Catherine.
Margaret Luise DICK.
Born: 1884 Collingwood, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 68 years.
Born: 1885 Collingwood, Victoria.
Died: 1885 St Kilda, Victoria, aged 4 months.
Elspeth Marion Jane DICK.
Born: 1886 Sandridge, Victoria.
Died: 1974 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 87 years.
Married: John Thomas CHRISTPPHER.
- Elspeth recorded as Elsie Marion Jane DICK.
William Charles DICK.
Born: 1887 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: 1970 Footscray, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Born: 1888 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: 1888 St Kilda, aged 1 day.
Mary Agnes DICK.
Born: 1890 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Malvern, Victoria, aged 60 years.
Married: Robert Thomas RUNDLE.
Clarice Blanch DICK.
Born: 1892 Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: 1892 Bendigo, aged 1 month.
Stanley Randolph DICK.
Died: 1896 Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: 1897 Bendigo, aged months.
Vera Isabell DICK.
Born: 1898 Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: 1899 Bendigo, aged 1 year.
Allan Leslie DICK.
Born: 1900 Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: 1900 Bendigo, aged months.
John Henry DICK.
Born: 1901 Bendigo, Victoria.
Died: 1901 Bendigo, aged months.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-08-05 08:44:46
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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