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An 'odd' ANGEL in Victoria

DaveHam9

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Hello

I have another 'odd' ANGEL, this one in Victoria.

Stephen ANGEL arrived in Victoria between 1845 and 1860 from Scotland via California. He has not been found yet as crew or as passenger on any vessel. He married in 1860 in Fitzroy and they had 7 children. Stephen's spouse Elizabeth Ann (nee LEWTON) died in 1924 in Chatswood, NSW.

The Argus Saturday 15 March 1924
ANGEL- On the 5th March at Sydney, Elizabeth, relict of the late Stephen Angel, late of Clifton Hill, loving mother of Lizzie (Mrs Downes), Mary (Mrs Furner), Louie (Mrs Pearce), George, and Joe. Aged 86 years. A colonist of 68 years.

George is the 'odd' one out. Stephen died 15 Oct 1876 in Victoria so that gives a date range for George's birth, 1860 - 1877.

Lizzie died in 1932, Mary in 1955, Louie in 1947, George in ? and Joe in 1924. (Emma is not listed because she died young) I presume George was alive at the time of the funeral because he is mentioned.

Please see if you can find anything on George: birth, marriage, death, burial, Electoral Roll, Post Office directory, anything...

Thanks.

Dave
 
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