BICKNELL Henry married Sarah TELORE 1872
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Groom: Henry BICKNELL.
Birth place: Recorded as NS Wales.
Bride: Sarah TELORE.
Birth place: Recorded as New Zealand.
Year married: 1872.
Possible death for Henry is 1911 in Melbourne East, Victoria, aged 59 years.
Parents named as Henry John BICKNELL and Charlotte Barbara DUNCAN.
Informant appears to have given the wrong maiden name for Charlotte.
If I'm reading the records correctly Henry was born circa 1851 in New South Wales
to parents Henry (John) BICKNELL and Charlotte DUNK.
Sarah died 1920 in Ballarat, Victoria, aged 69 years.
Parents named as Charles TELORE and Mary THOMPSON.
Unable to locate Sarah's birth in New Zealand.
Eight children located Victorian records for Henry and Sarah.
TELORE also recorded as TRELORE, YELORE and TRELOVE.
Born: 1873 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1938 Windsor, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Married: unknown ROBERG.
Have not located a marriage for Mabel and ROBERG.
There was a Frederick Albert ROBERG died 1974 in Melbourne, Victoria,
aged 90 years.
Parents named as Albert ROBERG and Emily Jane Elizabeth BERG.
There was also a Frederick Albert ROBERG married in 1942 to Mary NORWOOD.
It appears to me this may be the same ROBERG married to Mabel BICKNELL,
and he remarried a few years after Mabel's death. But I could be wrong.
George Herbert BICKNELL.
Born: 1875 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Ballarat, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Henry Frederick BICKNELL.
Born: 1876 Ballarat, Victoria.
Charles Albert BICKNELL.
Born: 1878 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1890 Ballarat, aged 11 years.
Born: 1880 Ballarat, Victoria.
James Victor BICKNELL.
Born: 1883 Ballarat, Victoria.
Herbert Caxton BICKNELL.
Born: 1885 Ballarat, Victoria.
Violet Myrtle BICKNELL.
Born: 1895 Ballarat, Victoria.
No further details located.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Birth, New South Wales.
on 2013-01-26 00:26:50
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