GRAVETT William married Frances CHAPPELL 1892
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William GRAVETT and Frances Jane CHAPPELL
were married in Victoria in 1892.
William, recorded as William Frank GRAVETT, died 1896 in Coburg, Victoria,
aged 29 years.
Father recorded as William GRAVETT. Mother not recorded.
In the comment section below Grub names William's parents as Thomas GRAVETT and Harriett DELASALLE. There was a William Frank GRAVETT born in Rosedale, Victoria, in 1866 to the same parents so this will be him.
When married William's birth place was recorded as Dandenong, Victoria, but I expect he will be the same William married to Frances in 1892, as birth places often vary in the marriage records.
Frances died 1934 in Box Hill, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Parents recorded as George Seneca CHAPPELL and Clara ALLOTT.
Frances remarried in 1897 to William Job GIBBS.
William died 1929 in Balwyn, Victoria, aged 67 years.
Parents named as William GIBBS and Honor GIBBS.
William's birth place given as London.
Two children located Victorian records for William GRAVETT and Frances.
William George Cecil GRAVETT.
Born: 1892 Toora, Victoria.
Died 1954 Upwe, Victoria, aged 61 years.
Married: Clara Grace Emma HOOPER.
Correction: My error.
William married Clara Grace Emma HOOPER and not COOPER.
Frances Florence Hilda GRAVETT.
Born: 1895 Toora, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Essendon, Victoria, aged 62 years.
Married: Arthur Thomas Davis LANGAN.
Arthur died 1955 in Essendon, Victoria, aged 63 years.
Parents named as Thomas LANGAN and Agnes Ann DAVIS.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
With my thanks to familytreecircles members Grub and Miss Daisy.
See comments below.
Updated 17 November 2012.
on 2010-08-18 23:56:32
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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