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URWIN Wheatley married Jessie POLLOCK 1886

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Wheatley URWIN and Jessie Annie POLLOCK were married in Victoria in 1886.

Wheatley died 1939 in Ascot Vale, Victoria, aged 78 years. Parents recorded as John URWIN and Elizabeth SMITH.

Jessie (aka Lizzie) died 1956 in Ascot Vale, Victoria, aged 92 years. Parents recorded as James POLLOCK and Mary Ann PATTEN.

Five children located Victorian records for Wheatley and Jessie.


[1]

Elizabeth Agnes URWIN.
Born: 1887 Timor, Victoria.
Died: 1971 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Married: John Charles BECKER.
Year: 1911.
Place: Victoria.
Married: unknown CAROZZI.
Year: -
Place: -


[2]

John Wheatley URWIN.
Born: 1890 Timor, Victoria.
Died: 1961 Essendon, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Married: Ivy Amelia SMITH.
Year: 1915.
Place: Victoria.


[3]

Jessie Elsie URWIN.
Born: 1892 Timor, Victoria.
Died: 1968 Ascot Vale, Victoria, aged 74 years.
Married: Matthew Henry BEARD.
Year: 1926.
Place: Victoria.


[4]

Albert William URWIN.
Born: 1894 Timor, Victoria.
Died: 1960 Ararat, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Married: Elizabeth Margaret KEATING.
Year: 1913.
Place: Victoria.


[5]

Gladys Mary Patton URWIN.
Born: 1897 Timor, Victoria.
Died: 1921 Essendon, Victoria, aged 24 years.
Married: Clarence John FELTON.
Year: 1919.
Place: Victoria.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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

Surnames: BEARD BECKER CAROZZI FELTON KEATING PATTEN POLLOCK SMITH URWIN
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