PENNY Phillip married Martha STENNER 1852
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Philip PENNY and Martha Ann STENNER
were married in Victoria in 1852.
Possible death for Philip is 1884 in Brunswick, Victoria, aged 57 years.
Parents named as William PENNY and Elizabeth FRANKLIN.
Martha's death not located.
Eight children located Victorian records for Philip and Martha.
William Henry PENNY.
Born: circa 1853, Loddon River, Victoria. Birth not located.
Died: 1854 not recorded, Victoria, aged 10 months.
Martha Anne PENNY.
Born: 1855 Melbourne, Victoria.
Philip Alfred PENNY.
Born: 1857 Melbourne, Victoria.
Henry Edwin PENNY.
Born: 1859 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1935 North Richmond, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Married: Catherine Elizabeth CANN.
Catherine died 1899, Collingwood, Victoria, aged 38 years.
Parents named as John CANN and Catherine unknown.
See Post: Henry PENNY married Catherine CANN 1881.
Elizabeth Louisa PENNY.
Born: 1862 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Frankston, Victoria, aged 90 years.
Married: George Walter BRIGGS.
George died 1926, Balwyn, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Parents named as Richard BRIGGS and Eliza CORNWALL.
See Post: George BRIGGS married Elizabeth PENNY 1881.
Mary Isabel PENNY.
Born: 1864 Melbourne, Victoria.
Isabella Attwater PENNY.
Born: 1867 Melbourne, Victoria.
Married: Charles Jasper MALTRAVERS.
Charles died 1900, Port Melbourne, Victoria, aged 57 years.
Parents named as Horatio MALTRAVERS and Anne LEE.
See post: Charles MALTRAVERS married Isabella PENNY 1885.
William Ernest PENNY.
Born: 1869 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1930 Melbourne South, Victoria, aged 61 years.
Married: Charlotte Harriet GAY.
Charlotte died 1955, Kew, Victoria, aged 86 years.
Parents named as George GAY and Harriet unknown.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
on 2012-10-08 04:35:28
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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