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Mary Ann HAMMOND & Arthur HAMILTON

DaveHam9

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Looking for the marriage of Mary Ann HAMMOND and Arthur HAMILTON and birth of daughter Aileen May.

Death #23380
HAMILTON Aileen May
Father: Alber Hamilton
Mother: Mary Hammond
Age: 63
Death Place: Glen
Year: 1968
Reg Place: Victoria


1943 VIC Electoral Roll - Kooyong - Camberwell
HAMILTON Arthur, 38 Denman av., S.E.6, retired
HAMILTON Mary, 38 Denman av., S.E.6, home duties
HAMILTON Aileen May, 38 Denman av., S.E.6, home duties

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957 - Friday 25 June 1948 p.6
OBITUARY
COLONEL ARTHUR HAMILTON
Colonel Arthur Hamilton, Salvation Army, died at his home, Denman Ave, Glen Iris, yesterday morning at age 76.
He was a Salvation Army officer for 50 years and had served in Japan and New Zealand. He was Financial secretary in NZ before he retired in 1937.
He is survived by his Widow and daughter.
A service will be held in Camberwell Citadel at 2 pm today before the funeral leaves for Box Hill Cemetery.

Also looking for Arthur and Mary in NZ Electoral Rolls.

Thanks,

Dave
 
Arthur, Mary and Aileen are on 1928 - 1938 ERs for NZ - Wellington east. 14 Rata Rd

Mary Ann Hamilton died 9 March 1963 Glen Vic, parents George Hammond & Frances Woodford

Tree has her born 8 March 1876 Penola SA

Death of her mother Frances Hammond nee Woodford. The Argus Mon 7 July 1941
HAMMOND-On July 5 at 13Donald street Prahran, Frances loved wife of the late George, and loved mother of Robert (Sydney), Agnes (Mrs Forster deceased), Elizabeth (deceased), Louisa Mary (Mrs Hamilton), Charlotte (Mrs. Curtis) and Albert (deceaced) in her 97th year – At rest.
Think that’s a muck up on Louisa being Mrs Hamilton as she died Dec 1966 and is buried with her Mother Frances at Fawkner Memorial Park and tree has Louisa b 29 June 1874 Penola SA.

Father George Hammond died Dec 1922 Melb.

Arthur and Mary Ann Hamilton have Wills which I cant see
Arthur Hamilton X Salvation Army Officer Glen Iris 24 Jun 1948 File 411/424
Mary Ann Hamilton Widow Glen Iris 09 Mar 1963 – File 596/732 -

regards
Val
 
Could this be Aileen May Hamilton’s birth
Name: Aileen Hamilton
Birth Date: 1902
Birth Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1902
Registration Place: Orange, New South Wales, Australia
Father: Hamilton
Mother: Mary A
Registration Number: 5662

This is her death.
Name: Aileen May Hamilton
Birth Year: abt 1905
Age: 63
Death Place: Glen, Victoria
Father's name: Alber Hamilton
Mother's name: Mary Hammond
Registration Year: 1968
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 23380
Buried Box Hill Cemetery Whitehorse City Vic.
she also had a Will
Aileen May Hamilton Clerk Glen Iris 17 Sep 1968 – File 681/039
 
Thanks Val.

Yes
HAMMOND Mary Ann
Date: 1876-03-08
***: F
Father: George HAMMOND
Mother: Frances WOODFORD
Birth Place/Residence: Penola
District Code: Gre
Symbol:
Book: 163
Page: 194


Yes, that's mixed up but I am missing the birth for Louisa. I have the other births in SA.

1931 VIC Electoral Roll - Fawkner - Prahran
HAMMOND Frances, 13 Donald st., home duties
HAMMOND Louisa Annie, 13 Donald st., home duties

28 Nov 1903 but where was the marriage? No idea what years they were in Japan or when they arrived in NZ.


Dave
 
Could this be Aileen May Hamilton’s birth
Name: Aileen Hamilton
Birth Date: 1902
Birth Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1902
Registration Place: Orange, New South Wales, Australia
Father: Hamilton
Mother: Mary A
Registration Number: 5662

Thanks Val.

That's an interesting birth. :eek:

I inherited a handwritten Hamilton family tree 8 years ago but have no idea who compiled it. It has full dates for most events but no places. 28 Nov 1903 for the marriage.

Dave
 
Thanks Val.

No father's name on the 1902 reg. I doubt Mary Ann would have ended up in Orange for the birth. Will have to spend more time looking at it.

Dave
 
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