LONGSTAFF Newark married Bridget BYRNE 1862
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Newark LONGSTAFF and Bridget BYRNE
were married in Victoria in 1862.
Possible deaths for Newark and Bridget.
Newark died 1913 in Melbourne East, Victoria, aged 78 years.
Father named as William LONGSTAFF. Mother unknown.
Bridget died 1914 in Sunbury, Victoria, aged 74 years.
Parents not recorded.
Ten children located for newark and Bridget.
Born: 1862 Smeaton, Victoria.
Newark George LONGSTAFF. *
Born: 1864 Creswick, Victoria.
Anthony LONGSTAFF. *
Born: circa 1864. Birth not located.
Died: 1882 Sandhurst, Victoria, aged 18 years.
Frances Ann LONGSTAFF.
Born: 1866 Creswick, Victoria.
Died: 1934 Ryde, New South Wales.
Married: William Joseph MARSH.
Born: 1868 Creswick, Victoria.
Died: 1951 Brighton, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Death recorded as Mary MACABAY.
Married: Michael MACOBOY.
Born: 1870 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1870 not recorded, Victoria, aged 04 months.
Edward George LONGSTAFF.
Born: 1871 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1941 South Melbourne, Victoria, aged 70 years.
Married: Georgina Catherine CARRUTHERS.
Georgina died 1948, Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Parents named as George CARRUTHERS and Mary Jane SWEENEY.
Birth note. Georgina's birth place recorded as India.
Thomas Byrne LONGSTAFF.
Born: 1874 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Born: 1876 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1923 Caulfield, Victoria, aged 47 years.
Charles Matthews LONGSTAFF.
Born: 1879 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1955 Armadale, Victoria, aged 76 years.
* Newark George and Anthony may be the same person.
I have a feeling the informant gave the wrong name when the birth was registered.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths, New South Wales.
on 2012-12-16 03:24:07
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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