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MIDDLEMISS Archibald married Frances CRYMBLE 1888

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Archibald Ritchie MIDDLEMISS and Frances Elizabeth CRYMBLE
were married in Victoria in 1888.

Archibald died 1945 in Kyneton, Victoria, aged 81 years.
Parents named as William MIDDLEMISS and Frances MCGORMAN.

Frances died 1951 in Malvern, Victoria, aged 84 years.
Parents named as John CRYMBLE and Elizabeth WILKINSON.

Six children located Victorian records for Archibald and Frances.


Born: 1890 Lauriston, Victoria.
Died: 1896 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 06 years.


Born: 1891 Lauriston, Victoria.
Died: 1895 Lauriston, aged 04 years.


Born: 1893 Lauriston, Victoria.
Died: 1896 Lauriston, aged 02 years.


Born: 1895 Lauriston, Victoria.
Died: 1960 Brighton, Victoria, aged 65 years.
Married: John Alexander MCAULAY.
Year: 1938.
Place: Victoria.
John died 1960, Brighton, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Parents named as William Hard MCAULAY and Jane BEATTIE


Born: 1897 Lauriston, Victoria.
Died: 1980 Surrey Hills, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Married: Eric George SPARGO.
Year: 1923.
Place: Victoria.
Eric died 1945, Morwell, Victoria, aged 45 years.
Parents named as William Benjamin SPARGO and Eliza WILLIAMS


Born: 1899 Kyneton, Victoria.
Died: 1979 Kew, Victoria, aged 79 years.
Married: Darrell George WILSON.
Year: 1924.
Place: Victoria.
Darrell died 1979, Balwyn, Victoria, aged 78 years.
Parents named as John Thomas WILSON and Annie Maude CUMMING


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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