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WAYMOUTH Samuel married Sarah MARTIN 1857

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Samuel WAYMOUTH and Sarah MARTIN were married in Victoria in 1857.

Possible death for Samuel is 1882.
He died in the Alfred Hospital in Prahran, Victoria, aged 48 years.
Parents recorded as unknown.

Sarah died 1917 in Ascot Vale, Victoria, aged 88 years.
Parents recorded as John MARTIN and Sarah HEFFER.


Seven children located Victorian records for Samuel and Sarah.


[1]

Mary Ann WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1858 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1859 not recorded, Victoria, aged 8 months.


[2]

Annie WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1859 Melbourne, Victoria.
Born: 1936 Williamstown, Victoria, aged 77 years.
Married: William James BOSUSTOW.
Year: 1881.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: William BOSUSTOW married Annie WAYMOUTH 1881.


[3]

Frank WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1860 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1862 not recorded, Victoria, aged 1 year.


[4]

William Henry WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1862 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1863 not recorded, Victoria, aged 1 year.


[5]

Henry Fisher WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1864 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1865 not recorded, Victoria, aged 16 months.


[6]

William Henry WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1866 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: -


[7]

Ethel WAYMOUTH.
Born: 1869 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Ascot Vale, Victoria, aged 82 years.
Married: Matthew Flinders CHAMBERS.
Year: 1888.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: Matthew CHAMBERS married Ethel WAYMOUTH 1888.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.

Surnames: BOSUSTOW CHAMBERS HEFFER MARTIN WAYMOUTH
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