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1913 Electoral Roll - Frances NORMAN

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District of Wollondilly: Picton ?

District of Randwick: Coogee ?

The Sydney Morning Herald - Fri 26 Sep 1919 p.6
DEATHS
NORMAN.-September 24, 1919, at Bream-street, Coogee, Frances, widow of the late Henry Norman, of Picton, and daughter of the late John Wellings, of Camden, aged 76 years.

Thanks,

Dave
 
Ok, no death in index for a second one and no marriage before or after 1913 for a second one so possible.
 
Thanks Geoff.

Don't know about that one. Frances Amelia and William Henry are two I know of.

Dave
 
1851
HO107 Piece 2080 Folio 234 Page 47
Civil Parish: Great Glenn
County: Leicestershire
Registration District: Billesdon
Sub-RD: Billesdon
ED: 39
No of Schedule: 186
Address: Village of Great Glenn
William Norman Head Mar 45 Farmer of 80 Acres Emp 2 Agr Lab Glenn Leicestershire
Catharine Norman Wife Mar 37 Farmers Wife Gt Wigston Leicestershire
Mary A Norman Dau 12 Scholar Glenn Leicestershire
John Norman Son 10 Scholar Glenn Leicestershire
Henry Norman Son 8 Scholar Glenn Leicestershire
Sarah Norman Dau 6 Scholar Glenn Leicestershire
Caroline Norman Dau 3 Glenn Leicestershire
Augusta L Norman Dau 7mo Glenn Leicestershire


Marriage 1747/1866 NORMAN HENRY - WELLING FRANCES - CAMDEN * 22 Nov 1866
 
The only Henry Norman and not the right one

Henry NORMAN 44 Herefordshire 1857 Sydney and/or Newcastle Reel 2138, [4/4793]; Reel 2475, [4/4969]
 
Found another tree now, they have this marriage.. Other one a bit odd..

Frances Welling
Spouse: Henry Norman
Marriage Date1866
Registration Place: Camden, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1866?1747

Geoff

EDIT: Probably lookng at Moore & Norman Trees at same time, no wonder looked odd :eek:
 
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1866 is the right marriage. A sister married a Furner.

No assisted arrival for Henry in NSW Archives.
 
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