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CLAXTON Samuel married Alice Emily KERSLEY 1883

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Two marriages for Samuel CLAXTON.

Samuel CLAXTON and Emily KERSLEY were married in Victoria in 1883.

Samuel's death not located.
Birth place given as Castlemaine but have not located his birth.

Emily died 1886 in Beaufort, Victoria, aged 27 years.
Parents named as Thomas KERSLEY and Bridget BUCKLEY.

One child located for Samuel and Emily.

Thomas Edward CLAXTON.
Born: 1884 St Arnaud, Victoria.
Died: -

Samuel CLAXTON remarried in 1887 to Alice Sarah MURPHY.

Possible death for Alice is 1947 in Cheltenham, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Father named as unknown MURPHY. Mother unknown.

Five children located Victorian records for Samuel and Alice.


Ernest Samuel CLAXTON.
Born: 1888 St Arnuad, Victoria.
Died: 1954 Frankston, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Married: Rose MCMAHON.
Year: 1907.
Place: Victoria.


Percy Francis CLAXTON.
Born: 1890 St Arnaud, Victoria.
Died: 1931 Carlton, Victoria, aged 39 years.
Married: Florence REIDY.
Year: 1920.
Place: Victoria.


Ruby Blanche CLAXTON.
Born: 1892 St Arnaud, Victoria.
Died: 1902 St Arnaud, aged 09 years.


Gladys May CLAXTON.
Born: 1895 St Arnaud, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Melbourne East, Victoria, aged 32 years. *
Married: William Joseph REILLY.
Year: 1913.
Place: Victoria.


Alice Ellen CLAXTON.
Born: 1897 St Arnaud, Victoria.
Died: 1897 St Arnaud, aged months.

* Informant named Gladys father as Samuel GLADSTONE.


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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