John Flurrence GOLDING of Ouyen & Sarah Ann BANNER-McCONKEY of Mildura Victoria UPDATED 10/1/12 :: Genealogy
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John Flurrence GOLDING of Ouyen & Sarah Ann BANNER-McCONKEY of Mildura Victoria UPDATED 10/1/12

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Another few loose ends

John Flurrence GOLDING of Ouyen & Sarah Ann BANNER-McCONKEY of Mildura both in Victoria, Australia
Married 1900 in Natimuk, Victoria, Australia

They had 13 children
Charles Albert B: 25 Nov 1901 of Sea Lake, Victoria D: 1970
Ethel May B:1902 of Sea Lake, Victoria D:1907
Eleanor Maude B:1905 (but can't find a death date)
Charlotte May B:1907 of Sea Lake, Victoria D:1968
Harold Clarence B:1909 of Sea Lake, Victoria D:1967
Allan John Thomas B:1912 of Horsham, Victoria D: 1963
Ronald Henry B:1914 of Horsham, Victoria D:1962
William Ashwell B:1916 of Sea Lake, Victoria D:1987
Glady's Beryl B: 1919 of Sea Lake, Victoria (but can't find a death date)
Jack Tyrrell B:1921 Sea Lake, Victoria D:1922
Dorothy Jean B: 18 Sep 1923 Sea Lake, Victoria D: 27 Jul 1972
Kathleen Mary B: 15 Sep 1924 D: 24 Sep 1988

Hoping someone can tell me the deaths of
Eleanor Maude B:1905
Glady's Beryl B: 1919


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by lynniegirl Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-02-08 06:15:24

lynniegirl , from GEELONG, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2011. is researching the following names: GOLDING, MCDONALD, BALDOCK and 6 other(s).

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by tonkin on 2011-02-14 04:51:21

I have not been able to locate any info on your Eleanor Maud GOLDING in the records to date lynniegirl, but I did come across the marriage of Gladys Beryl GOLDING and Norman Victor SMITH in 1940 and I'm sure this will be your Gladys.

I have also located two deaths for a Norman Victor SMITH in the Victorian Death Records.

- 1966 in Wangaratta, Victoria, aged 66 years.

- 1970 in Footscray, Victoria, aged 59 years.

I'm unable to confirm if one of these were married to Gladys, so it may not be the same Norman Victor SMITH.

My research has found three possible deaths for your Gladys, but I need to confirm her marriage, and a few details about her husband.

... Thanks for the kind words edmondsallan but I'm no wiz. The records tell a story and you just need to understand them, and read between the lines to find the answers.

by lynniegirl on 2011-02-14 06:01:00

Thanks tonkin,

My Glady's Beryl B: 1919 of Sea Lake, Victoria I did have Norman Victor SMITH as her husband Marriage I have down for 1940 but that's all and not good at putting where I found the information, but for this information I did,it was Digger - Death Index. Victoria 1921-1985
I am using Family Tree Maker 16, and not really sure how to add Sources/Citation

by JennyP on 2012-01-10 05:21:07

Gladys was married to Norman Smith but they divorced and she married Roy Francis Tate.She died in 2002 The last child of John Francis Golding and his wife Sarah Anne. There were only 12 children. Eleanor Maude (Maude) died sometime before Gladys
I am the third child of Gladys and have sent you my details

by lynniegirl on 2012-01-10 06:30:17

Yes Jenny,
I got your details so will follow up in an email

by eljay on 2012-10-20 21:23:41

Elanor Maude died 1990 Manangatang Vic Husband of John Edward Ryan b 1907 Quambatook Vic, d 1979 Manangatang Vic

by lynniegirl on 2012-10-20 22:35:41

Thanks eljay,
I knew there were Ryan's in the family somewhere but such a common name had not name to compare Thank you. I haven't been searching for awhile as sometimes you need a brake but now I have another line, you never know what you will find

by eljay on 2012-10-21 01:29:27

If you wish i have an extensive tree on that may help you heaps.
With the McConkeys you might find the issue is illegitimate children due to a failure to marry of the parents, at least that is what we believe at this point.

If you are unable to access my tree, send an email to and i will send you an invite from my web page.
My partner Sue and i are planning a trip down south to photograph some graves and buildings perhaps we can meet up.

Kind Regards

by lynniegirl on 2012-10-21 04:01:52

Wow that would be good Leigh.
If I can help in anyway taken photo's just ask I now have a step daughter by marriage in Manangatang I am going to ask if she could take a few photos for me.
I will check out


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