CHAMBERS Matthew married Ethel WAYMOUTH 1888
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Matthew Flinders CHAMBERS (born Adelaide) and Ethel WAYMOUTH (born Ballarat) were married in Victoria in 1888.
Matthew died 1919 in Ascot Vale, Victoria, aged 61 years.
Parents recorded as Henry CHAMBERS and Christiana COCK.
Ethel died 1952 in Ascot Vale aged 82 years.
Parents recorded as samuel WAYMOUTH and Sarah MARTIN.
Seven children located Victorian records for Matthew and Ethel.
Franklin Henry Flinders CHAMBERS.
Born: 1889 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1958 Essendon, Victoria, aged 68 years.
Married: Clara Estelle EMAN.
Reuben Waymouth CHAMBERS.
Born: 1891 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1891 Ascot Vale, aged 2 months.
Ernest Malcolm CHAMBERS.
Born: 1892 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 14 June 1918, France. War Death.
Embarkation Roll WW1.
Name: Ernest Malcolm CHAMBERS.
Service number: 373.
Roll title: 5 Infantry Battalion (October 1914).
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918.
Date of embarkation: 21 October 1914.
Place of embarkation: Melbourne.
Ship embarked on: HMAT ORVIETO.
Ship number: A3.
Memorial: Villers-Bretonneux, France.
Irene Emma Lillian CHAMBERS.
Born: 1894 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Ascot Vale, aged 66 years.
Cyril Norman CHAMBERS.
Born: 1897 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Stanley Ralph CHAMBERS.
Born: 1899 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1955 Royal Park, Victoria, aged 55 years.
Married: Gerte Mabel BAYES.
Willington David Lindsay CHAMBERS.
Born: 1909 Ascot Vale, Victoria.
Died: 1952 Preston, Victoria, aged 42 years.
Married: Beatrice HARRISON.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Embarkation Roll WW1.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 07 February 2012.
on 2010-12-17 21:42:01
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