BICKNELL Albert married Sarah OVER 1871
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Groom: Albert BICKNELL.
Birth place: Recorded as Sydney.
Bride: Sarah Ellen OVER.
Birth place: Not recorded.
Year married: 1871.
Albert died 1918 in Melbourne East, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Parents named as John Henry BICKNELL and Charlotte DUNK.
Albert was born circa 1843. There were no birth records in New South Wales in those years, only baptisms. I have found baptisms for Albert's siblings, but not for Albert.
Possible death for Sarah, recorded as Helen, died 1901 in Richmond, Victoria,
aged 50 years.
Parents named as John OVER and Sarah RICKETTS.
Eight children located Victorian records for Albert and Sarah.
Arthur Ernest BICKNELL.
Arthur's birth was registered in Victoria 1911.
Place of birth not recorded.
Sarah Ellen BICKNELL.
Born: 1874 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1887 Richmond, aged 13 years.
Born: 1876 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1935 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 57 years.
Married: Edward WRIGHT.
Born: 1878 Richmond, Victoria.
Born: 1880 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Royal Park, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Married: Charles Vernon TREGEA.
Charles' gave his birth place as Carlton.
Possible death for Charles is 1950 in Kensington, Victoria,
aged 68 years.
Parents named as Charles TREGEA and Leonora VENABLES.
Born: 1881 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1883 Richmond, aged 01 year.
Death recorded as Bertrand BICKNELL.
Born: 1883 Richmond, Victoria.
Florence Maud BICKNELL.
Born: 1886 Richmond, Victoria.
Died: 1964 St Likda, Victoria, aged 78 years.
Married: George William KIMBELL.
Possible death for George is 1966 in Essendon, Victoria,
aged 95 years.
Parents recorded as unknown.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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