William Alfred Brown (1860-1931)

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William Alfred Brown was born 1860 in Victoria (Australia) to William Thomas Brown and Elizabeth nee Fox.


He worked at the Phoenix Foundry, time and position unknown.


William Alfred Brown died 13 April 1931 in Victoria. He is buried at Nichols Point (Victoria, Australia).

Legacy

Family

William Thomas Brown married[1] Elizabeth Fox

--1 William Alfred Brown (1860-1931)[2] married[3] Mary Welch (c1863-1917)[4]

--.--2 William Leckie Brown (1883-1884)[5]

--.--2 Blanche Abby Brown (1885-1942)[6] married[7] Isaac Mounsey

--.--2 Beatrice Mary Brown (1887-1962)[8] married[9] Albert James Muller (1886-1966)[10]

--.--.--3 Albert William C. Muller (1907-1978)[11]

--.--.--3 Wilfred August Carl Muller (1911-1988)[12]

--.--.--3 Annie Mary Muller (1912-?)[13]

--.--.--3 Claud Herbert Muller (1915-1999)[14]

--.--2 Wilfred Lionel Reed Brown (1889-1917)[15]

--.--2 Claude Edmond Brown (1891-?)[16] married[17] Annie Davidson (c1894-1920)[18]

--.--.--3 Wilfred Lionel Brown

--.--2 Victor Leonard Brown (1893-?)[19] married[20] Emily McNeilage

--.--2 Eunice Beryl Brown (1896-1960)[21] married[22] Albert Victor Moon

--.--2 Edith Muriel Brown (1896-1977)[23] married[24] George Thomas Attenborough

--1 James Brown (1861-?)[25]

--1 Elizabeth Tamlyn Brown (1863-?)[26]

See also

Phoenix Foundry


Notes


References

  1. 1859 Victoria, Australia Reg#3203
  2. born 1860 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#13568; died 13/04/1931 Williamstown, Victoria, Australia Reg#7450; buried Nichols Point
  3. 1882 Victoria, Australia Reg#6317
  4. daughter of Richard Welch and Ellen Leckie born c1863; died 25/11/1917 private hospital, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia Reg#13036
  5. born 1883 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#13933; died 1884 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#7758; buried 04/08/1884 Ballaarat Old Cemetery, Area CEN, Section 2, Row 2, Grave 11
  6. born 1885 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#15178; died 1942 Footscray, Victoria, Australia Reg#2319
  7. 1904 Victoria, Australia Reg#1622
  8. later known as Beatrix; born 1887 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#8294; died 1962 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#4843; buried 13/03/1962 Ballaarat Crematorium, Area Rose Garden, Section C, Row 1, Grave 16
  9. 1906 Victoria, Australia Reg#8897
  10. son of Frederick Muller (c1851-1920) and Ann Johnston (c1858-1902) born 1886 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#7824; died 1966 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#11084; buried 28/07/1966 Ballaarat Crematorium, Area Rose Garden, Section C, Row 1, Grave 16
  11. born 1907 Ballarat East, Victoria, Australia Reg#23899; died 1978 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#2732; buried 11/01/1978 Ballarat, no memorial in cemetery
  12. born 1911 Williamstown, Victoria, Australia Reg#7858; died 1988 Melbourne South, Victoria, Australia Reg#5003
  13. born 1912 Newport, Victoria, Australia Reg#22929
  14. born 1915 Footscray, Victoria, Australia; died 1999; buried 11/06/1999 Ballaarat New Cemetery, Area Lawn, Section H, Row 36, Grave 19
  15. known as Fred; born 1889 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#18365; WWI Service#3042; died 26/09/1917 killed in action
  16. born 1891 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#19200
  17. 1919 Victoria, Australia Reg#4042
  18. known as Connie; daughter of William Davidson and Jessie Baker born 1895 Williamstown, Victoria, Australia Reg#16994; died 13/07/1920 Women's Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Reg#9309
  19. born 1893 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#18980
  20. 1910 Victoria, Australia Reg#8975
  21. born 1896 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#529; died 1960 Williamstown, Victoria, Australia Reg#8570
  22. 1919 Victoria, Australia Reg#1578
  23. born 1896 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#528; died 1977 Footscray, Victoria, Australia Reg#18105
  24. 1917 Victoria, Australia Reg#8395
  25. born 1861 Ballarat East, Victoria, Australia Reg#20221
  26. born 25/02/1863 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Reg#5792; christened 25/02/1864 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia


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--Beth Kicinski 21:08, 13 April 2016 (AEST)

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