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RADNELL Ernest married Hannah HARWOOD 1901

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Groom: Ernest RADNELL.
Birth place: Given as Tarnagulla.

Bride: Hannah HARWOOD.
Birth place: Given as Tarnagulla.

Year married: 1901.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

Ernest was born circa 1871 in Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Parents were Charles RADNELL and Sarah PAIN.
See Post: RADNELL Charles married Sarah PAIN 1851

Ernest died 1932 in Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Age: 61 years.
Parents named as Charles RADNELL and Sarah PAINE.

Hannah was born 1871 in Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Birth: Recorded as Anna HARWOOD.
Parents named as Benjamin HARWOOD and Betsy WOOD.

Hannah died 1943 in Inglewood, Victoria.
Age: 71 years.
Parents named as Benjamin HARWOOD and Betsy WOOD.

Five children located Victoria for Ernest and Hannah.


Ernest Harwood Aylwin RADNELL
Born: 1902 Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Died: 1923 Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Age: 20 years.


Eric Charles Kingsley RADNELL
Born: 1904 Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Died: -


Clara Myra RADNELL
Born: 1906 Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Ralph MITCHELL.
Year: 1927.
Place: Victoria.


Betsy Sarah RADNELL
Born: 1913 Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: 1940 Edmund Joseph SCHOLES.
Year: 1940.
Place: Victoria.


William Henry RADNELL
Born: 1914 Tarnagulla, Victoria.
Died: 1936 Inglewood, Victoria.
Age: 21 years.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.

Also See:
RADNELL marriages 1851-1920 Victoria Australia
RADNELL marriages 1921-1942 Victoria Australia

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