HARLEY Alexander married Elizabeth BOWEN & Ada EDWARDS
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Alexander died 1931 in Sunshine, Victoria, aged 73 years. Parents recorded as John HARLEY and Elizabeth BOWEN.
Alexander's first wife was Martha Amelia WEBSTER. They were married in Victoria in 1887.
Martha died 1893 in Rochford, Victoria, aged 31 years. Parents recorded as James WEBSTER and Agnes SYMONS.
Two children located Victorian records for Alexander and Martha.
Alexander James HARLEY.
Born: 1889 Romsey, Victoria.
Died: 1919 Lancefield, Victoria, aged 29 years.
Olive Amelia Bower HARLEY.
Born: 1891 Rochford, Victoria.
Died: 1966 Warrnambool, Victoria, aged 72 years.
Married: Henry Iverson JOLLY.
Alexander's second wife was Ada Margaret Langdon EDWARDS. They were married in Victoria in 1897.
Ada died 1959 in Melbourne, Victoria, aged 94 years. Parents recorded as Robert EDWARDS and Elizabeth HILL.
Six children located Victorian records for Alexander and Ada.
Ada May HARLEY.
Born: 1899 Rockford, Victoria.
Died: 1940 Sunshine, Victoria, aged 40 years.
Marriage: Henry Ernest COOMBS.
Robert Langdon HARLEY.
Born: 1900 Lancefield, Victoria.
Died: 1972 Kew, Victoria, aged 75 years.
Married: Edith MCILWAINE.
Louis Lindsay HARLEY.
Born: 1902 Lancefield, Victoria.
Died: 1968 Southbank, Victoria, aged 66 years.
Married: Marguerite Anne SHARP.
Gilbert Charles HARLEY.
Born: 1903 Lancefield, Victoria.
Died: 1977 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 73 years.
Douglas Edward HARLEY.
Born: 1908 Lancefield, Victoria.
Died: 1909 Lancefield, aged months.
Margaret Elizabeth HARLEY.
Born: 1910 Lancefield, Victoria.
Sources: Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-06-12 01:24:29
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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