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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #18 on: Sunday 02 February 14 06:45 GMT (UK) »
thank you everyone,  now the Arthur married to the Elizabeth in 1880, also had a daughter rose, apparently born 1885 in islington England.  then we have Arthur married to Hannah, they married in 1890 ?? (was it ??) bit confused again. their daughter rose also born 1885.     hmmmmm.....I was thinking this Arthur was the same person, but birth and death dates are different...........oh I don't know now which rose is what,   which rose is violets mother ???   so certificates I guess from here.    thank to all for the help so far

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« Reply #19 on: Sunday 02 February 14 06:50 GMT (UK) »
goodness we have births coming and going from england to australia back to England !!!!!!!  also on trove a found a snippit that stated arthurs occupation as a hawker.  not sure which Arthur though !!!!!!!  (don't know whether i'm Arthur or Martha at the moment !!! little joke there !!!)

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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #20 on: Sunday 02 February 14 06:57 GMT (UK) »
I don't blame you, Heather.....it's very confusing, so I think a certificate or two maybe in order. If only we could find Violet Thelma's birth!

After much searching, I have found a birth for a Rose around 1885 ....actually in 1884 in Milparinka, NSW, listed as Rose ANDREWS, with mother Hannah ANDREWS......just to throw a little more confusion into the saga! I haven't checked it on the NSW index yet, but no father is given, and ref number is 33128.


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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #21 on: Sunday 02 February 14 07:05 GMT (UK) »
ahhhh, that's a surprise,  but hopefully that might lead somewhere !!!!! you just never know !!!!!

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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #22 on: Sunday 02 February 14 08:19 GMT (UK) »
It doesn't help any but Rose ELSTON died from cardiac arrest. There was an inquest held 1st November 1957.
Ref = 1797


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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #23 on: Sunday 02 February 14 08:51 GMT (UK) »
Marriage record for Arthur Henry ELSTON who married Elizabeth Harriet HALES in 1880 has that he was born in Northamptonshire.
FreeBMD has an Arthur Henry ELSTON registered Sep Qtr 1853 Northampton 3b/69 or 3b/89.

The marriage record for Arthur Henry ELSTON who married Hannah ANDREWS in 1890 says he was born in Islington, England.
There's a baptism record for Arthur Henry ELSTON in Islington with his birth recorded as 30th October 1856. Father  = George Henry ELSTON, watch maker; mother = Adelaide JOHNSON.
FreeBDM has the birth registered Dec Qtr 1856, St Lukes, 1b/513

There definitely appear to be 2 Arthur Henry ELSTONs.


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Ehmcke, Deimel, Appelkamp (Germany)
Watts (Somerset, Wiltshire) Selway, Churchill, & Chappell (Somerset)
Redwood (Devon, Essex) Button, Archer, Leach (Cambridgeshire)

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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #24 on: Sunday 02 February 14 09:30 GMT (UK) »
hi there, can you tell me where u got the info  about the inquest please ?? I would like to read it,

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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #25 on: Sunday 02 February 14 09:36 GMT (UK) »
I have an Inquests Index, Heather.
However, to see the actual inquest, you would have to go to the Public Records Office -Archives of Victoria. You can't get a copy any other way, I'm afraid.


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Ehmcke, Deimel, Appelkamp (Germany)
Watts (Somerset, Wiltshire) Selway, Churchill, & Chappell (Somerset)
Redwood (Devon, Essex) Button, Archer, Leach (Cambridgeshire)

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Re: violet thelma elston
« Reply #26 on: Sunday 02 February 14 09:46 GMT (UK) »
ok,  thank you