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WORRALL Bertram married Elizabeth HAMMER 1901

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Groom: Bertram Horton Alexander WORRALL.
Birth place: Given as Ballarat.

Bride: Elizabeth Jane HAMMER.
Birth place: Given as Ballarat.

Year married: 1901.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Bertram died 1965 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 86 years.
Parents named as Edward WORRALL and Caroline SOUTHALL.

Birth note.
Bertram was born 1879 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Parents named as George WORRALL and Caroline SOUTHALL.

Elizabeth died 1953 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.
Parents named as Philip HAMMER and Elizabeth LUKE.

Buried: Ballarat New Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Private G.
Section: 06.
Row: 02.
Grave number: 22.
Service date: 27 March 1953.


Birth note.
Elizabeth was born 1879 in Pleasant Creek, Victoria.
Parents named as Philip Henry HAMMER and Elizabeth Jane LUKE.
See Post: HAMMER Philip married Elizabeth LUKE 1872

Three children located Victorian records for Bertram and Elizabeth.

[1]

Rhoda Muriel WORRALL.
Born: 1905 East Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1983 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.

Cremated: Ballarat Crematorium, Victoria.
Service date: 30 August 1983.
Cremated remains were collected.


Married: Arthur John COCKING.
Year: 1929.
Place: Victoria.

Arthur died 1964 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 61 years.
Parents named as Arthur John COCKING and Ada MCTAGGART.

Cremated: Ballarat Crematorium, Victoria.
Service date: 12 December 1964.
Cremated remains were collected.


[2]

Mabel Ida WORRALL.
Born: 1909 East Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: -

[3]

Rose Amelia WORRALL.
Born: 1914 East Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: -

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Ballarat Cemetery Records, Victoria.


JN 25518

Surnames: 25518 COCKING HAMMER LUKE MCTAGGART SOUTHALL WORRALL
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