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SHILLINGLAW John married Emma BOYD 1857

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Groom: John Joseph SHILLINGLAW.
Bride: Emma Mary Agnes BOYD.

Year married: 1857.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

John died 1905 in St Kilda, Victoria.
Age: 75 years.
Parents named as John SHILLINGLAW and Emma Nichs TAYLOR.

Buried: St Kilda Cemetery, Victoria.
Area: Other Denominations.
Compartment: C.
Grave number: 51A.
Service date: 27 May 1905.

Emma died 1880, not recorded, Victoria.
Age: 49 years.
Father named as Archibald BOYD. Mother unknown.

Five children located Victoria for John and Emma.


Born: 1858 Melbourne, Victoria.
Died: 1916 Cheltenham, Victoria.
Age: 58 years.

Buried: Cheltenham Pioneer Cemetery, Victoria.
Service date: 21 August 1916.

Married: Jessie MACKAY.
Year: 1893.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: SHILLINGLAW Esmond married Jessie MACKAY 1893


Archibald Donald SHILLINGLAW
Born: 1860 St Kilda, Victoria.
Died: -

Married: Charlotte Ellen NISBET.
Year: 1891.
Place: Victoria.


Born: 1863 Essendon, Victoria.
Died: 1912 Melbourne East, Victoria.
Age: 49 years.

Married: Emily Elizabeth GOFF.
Year: 1891.
Place: Victoria.
See Post: SHILLINGLAW John married Emily GOFF 1891


Katherine Rolt SHILLINGLAW
Born: 1869 Prahran, Victoria.
Died: -


Thomas Flinders SHILLINGLAW
Born: circa 1871. (Birth not located)
Died: 1903 St Kilda, Victoria.
Age: 32 years.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Cheltenham Pioneer Cemetery Records, Victoria.
St Kilda Cemetery Records, Victoria.

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