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LAYCOCK William married Annie JAMES

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William Edward Hicks LAYCOCK and Annie JAMES
were married in Victoria in 1887.

William died 1931 in Melbourne South, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Parents named as William Edward LAYCOCK and Sarah Amelia SLATER.

Annie died 1944, Brighton Beach, Victoria, aged 84 years.
Parents named as James John LAYCOCK and Ann unknown.

Note. Annie's parents were John JAMES and Ann RICHARDS.
Annie was born in Ballarat, Victoria, in 1860.

Five children located Victorian records for William and Annie.


[1]

George Cuthbert LAYCOCK.
Born: 1887 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Geelong, Victoria, aged 75 years.


[2]

Frederick Slater LAYCOCK. *
Born: 1888 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1888 Ascot Vale, aged 17 weeks.


[3]

Stanley Reginald LAYCOCK. *
Born: 1888 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1888 Ascot Vale, aged 04 months.


[4]

Gilbert Leonard LAYCOCK.
Born: 1892 Essendon, Victoria.
Died: 1958 Brighton, Victoria, aged 67 years.
Married: Ruby Florence MCHARRY.
Year: 1916.
Place: Victoria.
Ruby died 1968, Hampton, Victoria, aged 74 years.
Parents named as Samuel MCHARRY and Edith MATTHEWS.
Ruby was born 1896, Mount Moriac, Victoria, to the above parents.



[5]

Clement Austin LAYCOCK.
Born: 1894 Essendon, Victoria.
Died: 1980 Heidelberg, Victoria, aged 86 years.
Married: Ada Muriel PARRATT.
Year: 1920.
Place: Victoria.

* Frederick and Stanley were twins.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Surnames: JAMES LAYCOCK MATTHEWS MCHARRY PARRATT RICHARDS SLATER
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