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Looking for Daisy Maud Pepper, (Born Schwaebsch),

Journal by BobEvans

Hi All,
Hoping you can help, I am looking for Birth detail and death detail for Daisy Maud Pepper, who was born a Schwaebsch, her parents were Charles Frederick Theodore Schwaebsch, and Catherine Sarah Richards.
Dates I been able to get are; Born about 1920, in VIC. she married in 1942, in Victoria to Alexander Joseph Pepper, (1921 - 1971)
they had at least one child (Female)
Sorry I cannot tell you any more, as I have been unable to locate anything more. :(

Any assistance greatly appreciated,

Thank you, Robert

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on 2016-11-25 01:05:05

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by tonkin on 2016-11-25 05:41:12


Name: Daisy Maud SCHWAEBSCH.
Born: 1920 Northcote, Victoria.
Father: Charles Frederick Theodore SCHWAEBSCH.
Mother: Sarah Catherine RICHARDS.
Ref: Registry of Marriages Victoria. Reg. #24629.


Groom: Alexander Joseph PEPPER.
Bride: Daisy Maud SCHWAEBSCH.
Year married: 1942.
Place: Victoria Australia.
Ref: Registry of Marriages Victoria. Reg. #3504.

Cheers Bob.

by tonkin on 2016-11-25 05:47:34

Sorry Bob.

Daisy's birth source should read:
Ref: Registry of Births Victoria. Reg. #24629.

Only noticed my error after hitting Submit.

by janilye on 2016-11-25 12:34:19

The name pronounced SWEBBS
C. F. T.SCHWAEBSCH and his wife Sarah were the parents of Charlie, Edgar, Hazel (Mr. Trewella), Myrtle (Mrs. Holwell), ivy (Mrs. Macdowell), Olive (Mrs Mcleod), Lillian, Daisy (Mrs. Pepper), Iris Emily ( Mrs. Wegner)

Darebin Heretage there is a family tree as well as pictures of the brothers

by BobEvans on 2016-11-26 15:04:39

To Tonkin & Janilye,
Thank you for your information, I have entered these in my tree, and need to find a death date (of course that might be a bit premature) and it will complete this record that I am currently working on.
I noted the reg. numbers and it is greatly appreciated, and thanks to you Janilye I now know how to pronounce such oddly spelt names.
I cannot thank you enough for your assistance, sometimes it takes another persons eyes to "see" clearly.
Thank you, Bob

by janilye on 2016-11-26 18:34:59

sister Lillian died 21 March 1939.
Iris Emily (Mrs. Wegner) died 18 July 1942
This family did change their surname to SWEBBS. Daisy's father, died as C.F.T. SWEBBS in Northcote 16 February 1954. (buried at Preston Cemetery)

It is possible Alexander Pepper was president of the Northcote Football Club from 1955. I'm not sure if it's the same Alexander or if there was another!
PEPPER Alexander Joseph (Alec) Funeral notice 27JUL1971 Cremation late of Northcote The Age (Melbourne) 27JUL1971

by BobEvans on 2016-11-27 03:12:57

Hi Janilye,
Thank you for the information, I have added some of it to my tree, have you any idea whether Daisy has died and where her remains are located? I have tried the Preston and surrounding cemeteries and had no success.
If she were alive she would be about 96 years of age, although totally possible I can't help but think I might have missed her parting somehow, (maybe old age??) anyhow thank you once again for your assistance.

Regards, Bob

by janilye on 2016-11-27 05:32:08

Well Bob I have a feeling she and Alexander were separated in 1954. Mainly because of Her father's death notice. I just get a feeling that she re-married or if she has died it is interstate. They had a daughter in or about 1944 her name was Judith.
The Age Thu 18 Feb 1954 Page 9 Family Notices
SWEBBS. — On February 16. at 21 Kellett street. Northcote.
Charles, beloved husband of Kitty, and loved father of Charles, Edgar.
Hazel (Mrs. Trewalla). Myrtle (Mrs. Holwell), Ivy (Mrs. McDowell).
Olive (Mrs. McLeod). Lillian (deceased). Iris (Mrs. Wegner.
deceased) and Daisy.
no mention of Mrs. Pepper; just Daisy.

by BobEvans on 2016-11-27 20:57:36

Hi Janilye,
Yes you are probably right, however I am trying to help a rather elderly lady with this tree and this will put to rest all the work that has transpired over the last few days, this lady is the daughter of Daisy, so I was hoping to get a final result to my research, however it looks like your comments do seem to point to a seperation of some sought. I will continue for a little while longer and hopefully be successful, thank you for all your help.
Regards, Bob

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