WEYMOUTH Samuel married Annie PETRIE 1894
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Samuel WEYMOUTH and Annie Elizabeth PETRIE
were married in Victoria in 1894.
Samuel died 1951 in Box Hill, Victoria, aged 78 years.
Parents named as Thomas William Litt WEYMOUTH and Mary YOULTON.
Litt should be Pitts.
Annie died 1955 in Oakleigh, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Parents named as Augusta PETRIE and Annie Elizabeth GORDON.
Note. Annie was born in Sandhurst (Bendigo) in 1872.
Father recorded as August Justin PETRI, also spelt PETRIE.
Annie's birth was recorded under PETRIE.
Nine children located Victorian records for Samuel and Annie.
Gladys Myrtle WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1895 North Fitzroy, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Geelong, Victoria, aged 47 years.
Married: John James WHITE.
Ivy Clarice WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1897 Northcote, Victoria.
Died: 1978 Burwood, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Married: John Pamphillion PURCELL.
William Thomas WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1899 Alexandra, Victoria.
Died: 1965 Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Rose Pretoria WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1900 Alexandra, Victoria.
Died: 1981 Geelong, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Married: James Trewhella LUPTON.
Norman Ray WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1903 Long Gully, Victoria.
Died: 1962 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 59 years.
Married: Margaret Lucy CROLL.
Elsie Vera WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1905 Cohuna, Victoria.
Died: 1985 Lara, Victoria, aged 80 years.
Married: Royston Henry HEADEN.
Born: 1908 Cohuna, Victoria.
Thelma May WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1911 Cohuna, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Noble Park, Victoria, aged 50 years.
Married: Donald George SCARFE.
Elva Jean WEYMOUTH.
Born: 1914 Cohuna, Victoria.
PETRIE also recorded as PETRI.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Updated 17 May 2012.
on 2010-12-17 21:36:27
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