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WHITAKER Walter married Maria SMITH 1856

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Groom: Walter Henry WHITAKER.
Bride: Maria SMITH nee CATCHPOLE.

Year married: 1856.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Walter's death not located at time of posting.

Maria died 1886 in Sandhurst, Victoria.
Age: 60 years.
Father named as John CATHPOLE. Mother unknown.

Four children located Victoria for Walter and Maria.
Maria recorded as CATCHPOLE and CATCHPOOL in the birth records.


Born: 1856 Forest Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1899 Maldon, Victoria.
Age: 44 years.

Married: James SEEDSMAN.
Year: 1876.
Place: Victoria.
James birth place given as London. James remarried in 1902
to Margaret Ann HYNES.


Born: 1858 Forest Creek, Victoria.
Died: 1862 Victoria.
Age: 03 years.


John Walter WHITAKER.
Born: 1860 Chewton, Victoria.
Died: 1917 Costerfield, Victoria.
Age: 56 years.

Married: Margaret Ann NEWTON.
Year: 1889.
Place: Victoria.
Margaret's birth place given as Scarsdale.

Margaret died 1947 in Bendigo, Victoria.
Age: 87 years.
Parents named as William NEWTON and Mary NEWTON.


Born: 1864 Maldon, Victoria.
Died: 1940 albert Park, Victoria.
Age: 75 years.

Married: Frederick SEEDSMAN.
Year: 1894.
Place: Victoria.
Frederick's birth place given as Maldon.

Frederick was born 1864 in Maldon, Victoria.
Parents named as William SEEDSMAN and Mary WILDMAN.

Frederick died 1944 in Albert Park, Victoria.
Age: 79 years.
Parents named as William SEEDSMAN and Mary WILDMAN.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Victoria.

JN 24733

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