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CRISP Charles married Mary JOLLIFFE 1860

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Groom: Charles Arthur CRISP.
Bride: Mary JOLLIFFE.

Year married: 1860.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Charles death not located at time of posting.

Mary died 1879 in Victoria.
Age: 37 years.
Mary's birth place given as Cornwall.
Parents named as John JOLLIFFE and Mary unknown.

Ten children located Victoria for Charles and Mary.


Samuel George CRISP
Born: circa 1860. (Birth not located)
Died: 1883 Fitzroy North, Victoria.
Age: 23 years.


Arthur John CRISP
Born: 1861 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1943 Creswick, Victoria.
Age: 84 years.


Edith Laura Susan CRISP
Born: 1864 Bullarto, Victoria.
Died: -


Beatrice CRISP
Born: 1866 Spring Hill, Victoria.
Died: -


Charles CRISP
Born: 1868 Creswick, Victoria.
Died: 1884 Creswick, Victoria.
Age: 16 years.


Maud Cook CRISP
Born: 1870 Creswick, Victoria.
Died: 1924 Geelong, Victoria.
Age: 53 years.


Estella Mabel CRISP
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Born: 1872 Bung-Bong, Victoria.
Died: -


Estella Mabel CRISP
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Born: 1872 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: -


James Walter CRISP
Born: 1875 Bung-Bong, Victoria.
Died: -


Frederick Francis CRISP
Born: 1876 Kingston, Victoria.
Died: 1957 Ballarat, Victoria.
Age: 78 years.

Same given names with different registration numbers and birth places.
Birth may have been registered two times by two different people.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Also See:
CRISP marriages (males) 1842-1880 Victoria Australia

JN 41729

Surnames: 41729 CRISP JOLLIFFE
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