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Henry Joseph Ives. 1867. Hampstead, Middx.

DaveHam9

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No idea what is on a WA death cert but death certs more likely to have errors and omissions.

I recently paid $20 for a Vic. marriage downloaded pdf - lots of details.

SCHEDULE D
1899 MARRIAGES solemnized in the District of Ballarat in the Colony of Victoria
No. 281 St. Peter's Church Ballarat 4th January 1899
George Albert Campbell - Bachelor - Glen Park - Blacksmith - 32 - 106 Macarthur St Ballarat - Yarloop West Australia - John William Campbell & Jane Campbell (Ferguson) - Farmer
Ellen Hamilton - Spinster - Burrumbeet - - - 28 - Glen Park - Glen Park - John Hamilton & Mary Hamilton (Moriarty) - Police Constable
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Marriage after Licence ... Church of England Parties signed: Witnesses: John Hamilton, Alice Hamilton
I, Frederic Slaney Poole, being Vicar of St. Peter's Church ...
Dated this 4th day of January 1899 F. Slaney Poole M.A.
 

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WOW :eek:

Western Australia
Death certificate $50.00 includes regular post
Priority fee $35.00 payable in addition to certificate fee and includes regular post
Death certificate (reduced fee) $35.00 for deaths more than 75 years old
 

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WOW :eek:

Western Australia
Death certificate $50.00 includes regular post
Priority fee $35.00 payable in addition to certificate fee and includes regular post
Death certificate (reduced fee) $35.00 for deaths more than 75 years old
Hmmm..

The difficulty is, Gibbo if you want something you have to pay... Though that does seem a bit steep..

Geoff
 

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Steve, i have been over it and over it again and not finding anything on him in Australia that has his parents names to confirm his your fella.
Depending on how bad you need the info the only way i can think of is the marriage cert. IF filled out correctly is should state a heap of info such as Dave's example he posted earlier shows.

https://my.rio.bdm.vic.gov.au/efami...20?q=efamily&givenName=Hy Jos&familyName=IVES
 

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His Father and Grandfather and Gt. Grandfather were bricklayers, and later a Builders, as Henry J. Ives was a apprentice bricklayer in the 1881 UK census.

Seems to be adding up.:)

Thank you one and all.(y)

As for certs, I know they are necessary, but the price.:eek::eek:
 

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