FRAMPTON Henry and Ann BRIMSON
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Henry FRAMPTON and Ann BRIMSON
Marriage details not located.
Possible death for Henry is 1884 in Clunes, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Parents named as William FRAMPTON and Martha BULL.
Ann died 1918 in Clunes, Victoria, aged 93 years.
Parents named as Thomas BRINSON and Catherine HOEA.
Six children located Victorian records for Henry and Ann.
Ann also recorded as Anna and Annie.
Unnamed Male FRAMPTON.
Born: 1854 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1854. Age and place of death not recorded.
Born: 1856 Brighton, Victoria.
Birth recorded under FRAMTON.
Married: Sydney Livingstone HALLAM.
Sydney was born 1876 in Clunes, Victoria.
Parents named as George HALLAM and Bridget HANRAHAN.
Note. Martha and Sydney had at least one son, John Henry HALLAM, born 1899 in Boulder City, Western Australia. What happened to them after this is not for me to know.
Ann Eliza FRAMPTON.
Born: 1858 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1950 Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 92 years.
Mother named as Anna BRUNSON.
Married: William Charles MCBEATH.
William died 1928 in preston, Victoria, aged 68 years.
Parents named as William MCBEATH and Christina MCDONALD.
William was born 04 January 1861, in Fullarton, South Australia.
Parents named as William James MCBEATH and Christina MCDONALD.
Born: 1860 Brighton, Victoria.
Died: 1890 Clunes, Victoria, aged 30 years.
Born: 1865 Clunes, Victoria.
Died: 1941 Preston, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Mark JOHNSON.
Mark's birth place recorded as England.
Born: 1867 Clunes, Victoria.
Died: 1868 not recorded, Victoria, aged 07 months.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Births, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Western Australia.
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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