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FRAMPTON Mark married Elizabeth NEWMAN 1880

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Groom: Mark James FRAMPTON.
Birth place recorded as Isle of White.

Bride: Elizabeth Ann NEWMAN.
Birth place recorded as Sussex.

Year married: 1880.
Place: Victoria.


Mark died 1908 in Landsborough, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Parents named as Jacob FRAMPTON and Emily CREESE.

Elizabeth died 1932 in Landsborough, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Parents named as Edmund NEWMAN and Ann CREESE.

Note.
CREESE was Mark's mother's maiden name.
Informant possibly made an error with the mother's name.

Four children located Victorian records for Mark and Elizabeth.


[1]

Florence FRAMPTON.
Born: 1881 Kew, Victoria.
Died: 1969 St Arnaud, Victoria, aged 88 years.

Married: unknown TURNER.
Year: -
Place: -


[2]

Ada Emily FRAMPTON.
Born: 1883 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1883 Ballarat, aged 10 days.


[3]

Amy FRAMPTON.
Born: 1886 Burrumbeet, Victoria.
Died: 1977 Ballarat, Victoria, aged 90 years.

Married: Robert MCSPARRON.
Year: 1922.
Place: Victoria.

Robert died 1969, Ballarat, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Parents named as Archibald MCSPARRON and Emme PERRY.

Birth note.
Robert was born 1886, Landsborough, Victoria.
Parents named as Archibald MCSPARRON and Emma Jane PERRY.


[4]

Harry FRAMPTON.
Born: 1888 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Ballarat, Victoria, aged 80 years.

Married: Mary Alice SAUNDERS.
Year: 1917.
Place: Victoria.

Mary died 1971, Stawell, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Parents named as Charles SAUNDERS and Mary Ann ORMSTON.

Birth note.
Mary was born 1890 in Stawell, Victoria.
Parents named as Charles SAUNDERS and Mary Ann ORMSTON.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria

Surnames: CREESE FRAMPTON MCSPARRAN NEWMAN ORMSTON PERRY SAUNDERS
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