DRAPER Enos married Nora MCCLURE 1887
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Enos Laurence DRAPER and Nora MCCLURE
were married in Victoria in 1887.
Enos died 1914 in Mitiamo, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Parents named as Albert Ambrose Edward DRAPER and Rose HUMPHRIES.
Nora, recorded as Hanorah Henriett, died 1961 in Bendigo, Victoria, aged 90 years.
Parents named as James MCCLURE and unknown COFFEE.
Nine children located Victorian records for Enos and Nora.
Note. Nora also recoded as Hanorah Hetta and Hanorah.
Born: 1887 Shepparton, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Mooroopna, Victoria, aged 70 years.
Death recorded as Frederick Charles DRAPER.
Born: 1888 Shepparton, Victoria.
Died: 1888 Shepparton, aged 01 day.
Born: 1890 Shepparton, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Swan Hill, Victoria, aged 73 years.
Death recorded as Albert William Ambrose DRAPER.
Married: Daisy Ann KENT.
Albert married as Albert Ambrose DRAPER.
Daisy died 1921, Melbourne East, Victoria, aged 30 years.
Parents named as John KENT and Margaret HENDERSON.
Alfred John DRAPER.
Born: 1898 Yarrawonga, Victoria.
Died: 1974 Kew, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Richard John DRAPER.
Born: 1892 Shepparton, Victoria.
Born: 1894 Shepparton, Victoria.
Died: 1982 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 87 years.
Death recorded as Rose Evelyn NORRIS.
Married: Joseph NORRIS.
Rose married as Rose Evelyn DRAPER.
William Henry DRAPER.
Born: 1902 Yarrawonga, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Bendigo, Victoria, aged 59 years.
Daniel Robert DRAPER.
Born: 1905 Whitfield, Victoria.
Died: 1974 Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Olive Mary Jean DRAPER.
Born: 1907 Heathcote, Victoria.
Died: 1971 Lalor, Victoria, aged 65 years.
Married: Laucel Evered Gordon Francis HYATT.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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