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THOMAS Edward married Isabella REDPATH 1881

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Information Journal.

Groom: Edward John THOMAS.
Birth place: Given as Cornwall.

Bride: Isabella Grace REDPATH.
Birth place: Given as Sandhurst.

Year married: 1881.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Edward's death not located at time of posting.

Isabella died 1923 in Preston, Victoria.
Age: 62 years.
Parents named as Thomas George REDPATH and Isabella VEITCH.

Buried: Williamstown Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Presbyterian.
Service date: 26 October 1923.

Birth note.
Isabella was born 1862 in Sandhurst, Victoria.
Parents named as George REDPATH and Isabella VEITCH.
See Post: REDPATH George married Isabella VEITCH 1854

Five children located Victorian records for Edward and Isabella.


William John THOMAS.
Born: 1882 Eaglehawk, Victoria.
Died: 1883 Eaglehawk, Victoria.
Age: 10 months.

Buried: Bendigo Cemetery, Victoria.
Section: MON L7.
Grave number: 8641.
Service date: 31 January 1883.


Elizabeth Isabel THOMAS.
Born: 1883 Eaglehawk, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 79 years.


John Edward THOMAS.
Born: 1885 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: -


George Arthur THOMAS.
Born: 1887 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: 1955 Bendigo, Victoria.
Age: 67 years.

Buried: Bendigo Cemetery, Victoria.
Section: MON H2.
Grave number: 37391.
Service date: 31 May 1955.


Selina Mabel THOMAS.
Born: 1890 Sandhurst, Victoria.
Died: -

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Bendigo Cemetery Records, Victoria.
Williamstown Cemetry Records, Victoria.

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