SUMPTER Charles married Jane KIDD 1889
Groom: Charles Stuart SUMPTER.
Birth place: Given as Geelong.
Bride: Jane Walls KIDD.
Birth place: Given as St Arnaud.
Year married: 1889.
Place: Victoria, Australia.
Possible death for Charles is 02 December 1920, Perth, Western Australia.
Age: 56 years.
Buried: Fremantle Cemetery, Western Australia.
Section: MON AA.
Grave site: 0861.
Grantee: James STEPHENS.
Charles was born 1865 Barrabool Range, Victoria.
Parents named as James SUMPTER and Ellen GORRY.
Jane died 1929 in Caulfield, Victoria.
Age: 61 years.
Parents recorded as Robert KIDD and Jessie WIGHTON.
Jane was born 1868 in St Arnaud, Victoria.
Birth recorded as Jeannie Walls KIDD.
Parents named as Robert Bruce KIDD and Jessie WIGHTON.
See Post: KIDD Robert and Jessie WIGHTON
Jane remarried in 1906 to Leonard STEVENSON.
Two children located Victorian records for Charles and Jane.
Charles Stuart SUMPTER.
Born: 1889 North Fitzroy, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 53 years.
Married: Muriel Ellen LAURITZ.
Muriel died 1969 in Emerald, Victoria.
Age: 84 years.
Parents named as Louis LAURITZ and Elizabeth J HARRISON.
Muriel was born 1884 in Carlton, Victoria.
Parents named as Louis LAURITZ and Elizabeth (Jane) HARRISON.
Harry James SUMPTER.
Born: 1891 South Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Brighton, Victoria.
Age: 67 years.
Married: Gladys Emeline STOTT.
Gladys died 1952 in Heidelberg, Victoria.
Age: 52 years.
Parents named as Henry Isaac STOTT and Matilda STEWART.
Gladys was born 1898 in Hotham West, Victoria.
Parents named as Henry STOTT and Matilda STUART.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths, Western Australia.
Fremantle Cemetery Records, Western Australia.
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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