Walter Reed Bechervaise (1861-1927)

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History

Walter Reed Bechervaise was born 8 September 1861 at the Electric Telegraph Station in Ballarat to William Philip Bechervaise (1831-1907) and Lucy Ann nee Burton (1842-?).


Walter Reed Bechervaise served an apprenticeship at the Phoenix Foundry.


Walter Reed Bechervaise died 15 October 1927 in Victoria, Australia.

Legacy

Family

John Bechervaise married Sarah UNKNOWN

--1 William Philip Bechervaise (1831-1907)[1] married[2] Lucy Ann Burton (1842-?)[3]

--.--2 Herbert Price Bechervaise (1859-1927)[4]

--.--2 Walter Reed Bechervaise (1861-1927)

--.--2 Charlotte Alice Bechervaise (1863-1927)[5] married[6] John Robertson Tranthim-Fryer (1858-1928)[7]

--.--2 Philip Burton Bechervaise (1865-1917)[8]

See also

Phoenix Foundry


Notes


References

  1. born 07/05/1831 Gosport, Hampshire, England; christened 05/06/1831 Alverstoke, Hampshire, England; died 20/11/1907 South Yarra, Victoria, Australia; buried Boroondara Cemetery, Melbourne; probate 18/01/1908 Melbourne
  2. 1858 Victoria, Australia Reg#2227
  3. daughter of William Henry Burton (1809-1879) and Christiana Burch (1814-1877) born 07/07/1842 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
  4. born 08/09/1861 Electric Telegraph Station, Camp, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#19990; died 15/10/1927 Victoria, Australia Reg#16237; probate 13/12/1927 Melbourne
  5. born 11/06/1863 Electric Telegraph Station, Camp, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#11966; died 08/04/1927; probate 29/09/1928 Melbourne
  6. 30/09/1890 All Saints', Hobart, Tasmania, Australia by Rev. Canon Archer M.A.
  7. only son of J. R. Fryer born 1858 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; died 13/07/1928 Croydon, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  8. born 1865 Victoria, Australia Reg#6536; died 31/01/1917 Victoria, Australia Reg#1652; probate 14/05/1917 Melbourne


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--Beth Kicinski 11:59, 9 April 2016 (AEST)

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