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ALVES Emanuel married Bridget CORBETT 1850

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Groom: Emanuel Joseph ALVES.
Bride: Bridget CORBETT.

Year married: 1850.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Please note.
The marriage records recorded the bride as unknown.
Recorded as Bridget CORBETT in the births of their children.


Emanuel died 1877 in Victoria.
Age: 57 years.
Birth place given as Portugal.
Parents unknown.

Bridget died 1881 in Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 47 years.
Mother named as Bridgett CORBETT. Father unknown.

Five children located Victoria for Emanuel and Bridget.

[1]

Emanuel ALVES
.
Born: 1851 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: 1930 Granville district, New South Wales.

Married: Lilly A BRENEGAR.
Year: 1888.
Place: Walgett district, New South Wales.

Lilly died 1930 Wodonga district, New South Wales.
Parents named as John and Sarah M.

[2]

Eleanor ALVES
.
Born: 1857 Kilmore, Victoria.
Birth: Recorded as unnamed female ALVES.
Died: 1930 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 73 years.
Death: Recorded under ALVIS.

Buried: Fawkner Memorial Park, Victoria.
Area: Roman Catholic.
Section: 01.
Grave number: 1553.
Service date: 01 December 1930.


[3]

Rosa Ann ALVES
.
Born: 1959 Kilmore, Victoria.
Died: -

[4]

Theresa ALVES
.
Born: 1861 Moranding, Victoria.
Died: -
Note.
Theresa possibly went by the name of Teresa ALVIS
and Teresa Bridget ALVIS.


[5]

Bridget ALVES
.
Born: 1864 Goldie, Victoria.
Died: 1943 Melbourne, Victoria.
Age: 79 years.

Married: Charles SULLIVAN.
Year: 1898.
Place: Victoria.

Sources:
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, New South Wales.
Fawkner Memorial Park Cemetery Records, Victoria.


JN 70162

Surnames: 70162 ALVES ALVIS BRENEGAR CORBETT SULLIVAN
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