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CLAXTON Frederick married Elizabeth DALTON 1854

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Frederick Moses CLAXTON and Elizabeth DALTON
were married in Victoria in 1854.

Frederick died 1888 in Ballarat, Victoria, aged 55 years.
Parents named as Johnson CLAXTON and Ann GARNEY.

Elizabeth died 1897 in Ballarat, Victoria, aged 69 years.
Parents named as Robert DALTON and Elizabeth LEED.

Seven children located Victorian records for Frederick and Elizabeth.


Frederick Johnson CLAXTON.
Born: 1856 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1856 not recorded, Victoria, aged 10 months.


Robert Gurney CLAXTON.
Born: 1857 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1927 Melbourne East, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Married: Mary Ann STAMP.
Year: 1894.
Place: Victoria.
Mary died 1948, St Kilda, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Parents named as John Barrass STAMP and Mary Ann BULMER.


Frederick William CLAXTON.
Born: 1860 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: -


Lelia (Leila) CLAXTON.
Born: 1862 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1935 Donald, Victoria, aged 73 years.

Married: Harry MOREY.
Year: 1887.
Place: Victoria.
Note. Harry was born in Happy Valley, Victoria in 1864
to parents Edward MOREY and Mary Ann TRICKETT.
Harry's death not located at time of posting.

Married: Sydney George MCPHERSON.
Year: 1912.
Place: Victoria.
Sydney died 1942, Donald, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Parents named as John MCPHERSON and Louisa TICE.


Herbert Alexander CLAXTON.
Born: 1866 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1941 South Yarra, Victoria, aged 75 years.


Born: 1867 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1921 Malvern East, Victoria, aged 54 years.
Married: Henry SHORT.
Year: 1890.
Place: Victoria.


Born: 1871 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Parkville, Victoria, aged 77 years.


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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