GILLESPIE James married Jessie RIGG 1881
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James GILLESPIE, born Stirlingshire, and Jessie RIGG
were married in Victoria in 1881.
James death not located.
James second married to Harriet UPWARD recorded below.
Jessie died 1886 in Hawthorn, Victoria, aged 34 years.
Parents named Thomas RIGG and Phoebe DAWSON.
Two children located Victorian records for James and Jessie.
Morton Cardwell GILLESPIE.
Born: 1882 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1975 Springvale, Victoria, aged 93 years.
Married: Mona Lilyan MCKINNON.
Mona died 1947, Malvern, Victoria, aged 50 years.
Parents named as Alexander MCKINNON and Annie unknown.
Birth note. Mona was born 1897 in Alexandra, Victoria
to parents Alexander MCKINNON and Annie MILLER.
Born: 1884 Footscray, Victoria.
Died: 1973 Toorak, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Married: Clarice EVANS.
Clarice died 1969 Armadale, Victoria, aged 69 years.
Parents named as Charles EVANS and Millie Alice EVANS.
Second marriage for James GILLESPIE.
James GILLESPIE and Harriet Kate UPWARD
were married in Victoria in 1918.
Harriet died 1933 in Caulfield, Victoria, aged 92 years.
Parents named as John UPWARD and Emily AULT.
Birth note. Harriet was born 1857 in Geelong, Victoria
to parents named above.
One child located for James and Harriet.
James Dummett GILLESPIE.
Born: 1889 Williamstown, Victoria.
Died: 1982 Glen Iris, Victoria, aged 92 years.
Married: Margaret Olive MCAINSH.
Margaret died 1979 Glen Iris, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Parents named as John A MCAINSH and Sarah Annie MUNROE.
Birth note. Margaret was born 1895 in Albert Park, Victoria
to parents John Andrew MCAINSH and Sarah Annie Kerr MUNRO.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
on 2012-08-26 18:26:28
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