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WARD Frederick married Emily LIGHTFOOT 1894

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Groom: Frederick WARD.
Birth place: Given as Richmond.

Bride: Emily LIGHTFOOT.
Birth place: Given as Scarsdale.

Year married: 1894.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Frederick was born 1855 in Richmond, Victoria.
Parents named as William WARD and Louisa BROAD.

Frederick died 1924 in Heidelberg, Victoria.
Age: 69 years.
Parents named as William WARD and Louisa BROAD.

Emily was born 1861 in Smythesdale, Victoria.
Parents named as George LIGHTFOOT and Louisa HARRIS.

Emily died 1937 in Auburn, Victoria.
Age: 76 years.
Parents recorded as George LIGHTFOOT and Louise DYER.
Mother's name was HARRIS.
See Post: LIGHTFOOT George married Louisa HARRIS 1861

Five children located Victoria for Frederick and Emily.

[1]

Leslie William WARD.
Born: 1896 Port Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1897 Port Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: Months.

[2]

Hilda Mary WARD.
Born: 1898 Frankston, Victoria.
Died: 1977 Camberwell, Victoria.
Age: 79 years.

Married: Charles Malcolm PAUL.
Year: 1922.
Place: Victoria.

[3]

Ernest Graham WARD.
Born: 1899 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1899 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Age: Months.

[4]

Leonard Winslow WARD.
Born: 1902 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1959 Preston, Victoria.
Age: 55 years.

[5]

Muriel Florence WARD.
Born: 1904 Coburg, Victoria.
Died: 1979 Hawthorn, Victoria.
Age: 76 years.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

JN 34712

Surnames: 34712 BROAD DYER HARRIS LIGHTFOOT PAUL WARD
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