CRUMP George married Sarah KING 1875
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George Childe CRUMP, born Shropshire, and Sarah Jane KING, born Corinella,
were married in Victoria in 1875.
George died 1882 in Griffiths, Victoria, aged 38 years.
Parents named as Thomas CRUMP and Carol Elizabeth COMPSON.
Sarah died 1891, Bass River, Victoria, aged 33 years.
Parents named as Alfred KING and Sarah NATCOTT.
Four children located Victorian records for George and Sarah.
Born: 1876 Bass River, Victoria.
Died: 1877 not recorded, Victoria, aged 11 months.
Born: 1878 Bass River, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Married: Neil MCGILLIVRAY.
Birth note. Neil was born 1878 in Terrick-Terrick, Victoria.
Parents named as Angus MACGILLIVRAY and Elizabeth GRAY.
Neil died 1966, Echuca, Victoria, aged 87 years.
Parents named as Angus MCGILLIVRAY and Agnes unknown.
George Isard CRUMP.
Born: 1880 Griffiths, Victoria.
Died: 1916 Lara, Victoria, aged 35 years.
Married: Mary Thompson MCGILLIVRAY.
Birth note. Mary was born 1883, Terrick-Terrick, Victoria.
Parents named as Angus MCGILLIVRAY and Elizabeth GREY.
Mary died 1972, Geelong, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Parents named as Angus MCGILLIVRAY and Elizabeth unknown.
Edward Alfred Cleobury CRUMP.
Born: 1882 Griffiths, Victoria.
Died: 1966 Boort, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Married: Rachel GILLIES.
Birth note. Rachel was born 1882, Geelong, Victoria.
Parents named as Norman GILLIES and Margaret CAMLIN.
Margaret appears to be an error and is recorded as Margery in other birth records.
Rachel died 1980, Boort, Victoria, aged 97 years.
Parents named as Norman GILLIES and Marjorie unknown.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
on 2012-11-06 16:42:49
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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