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BLOOD William married Emma AINGER 1872

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Thomas BLOOD and Emma AINGER were married in Victoria in 1872.

Death for Thomas not located.
Birth place given as Payneham.

Emma died 1921 in Ringwood, Victoria, aged 70 years.
Parents named as Francis AINGER and Jane FOSTER.
Birth place given as England.

Ten children located Victorian records for William and Emma.


Annie BLOOD.
Born: 1875 Box Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1928 Ringwood, Victoria, aged 58 years.
Married: Hermann GERLACK.
Year: 1898.
Place: Victoria.


William John BLOOD.
Born: 1876 Box Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1944 Ringwood, aged 67 years.


Frank George BLOOD.
Born: 1878 Ringwood, Victoria.
Died: 1939 Ringwood, aged 61 years.


Arthur BLOOD.
Born: 1880 Box Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Ringwood, Victoria, aged 68 years.


Herbert James BLOOD.
Born: 1882 Box Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1885 not recorded, Victoria, aged 3 years.


Alice BLOOD.
Born: 1884 Ringwood, Victoria.
Died: 1960 Ringwood, aged 76 years.
Married: Charles Edward MEYLAND.
Year: 1905.
Place: Victoria.


Ernest Henry BLOOD.
Born: 1887 Ringwood, Victoria.
Died: 1970 Ringwood, aged 83 years.


Edith Emma BLOOD.
Born: 1889 Ringwood, Victoria.
Died: -


Evalyn Olive BLOOD.
Born: 1891 Ringwood, Victoria.
Died: 1942 Richmond, Victoria, aged 50 years.
Married: Henry Frederick SKEAD.
Year: 1914.
Place: Victoria.


Stanley Francis BLOOD.
Born: 1893 Ringwood, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Ringwood, aged 64 years.


Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

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