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From: "sharon.hronsky" <>
Subject: Re: [GEELONG] Fraser's of Geelong and district.
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 20:07:01 +0800
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Hi

I have the death index for Victoria from 1921 - 1985 and couldn't find
anything that might be your relatives.

sorry

Sharon


See my research interests
http://www.wags.org.au/mid/9506.htm

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bryan & Melissa Hallyburton" <>
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Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2003 2:25 PM
Subject: [GEELONG] Fraser's of Geelong and district.


> I am hoping that someone out there might be able to help me with a lookup
please. I am trying to trace my great grandmother's parents.
> My great grandmother was Edith Mary Drydle Fraser who married Frederick
Dietrich.
> Edith's parenst were William James Fraser and Mary Stott Drydale. I know
that William & Mary married in about 1878 in Morayshire. But I am unsure of
death dates and where they might be burried. I know that they lived in and
around Geelong. So I am guessing that they are burried in Geelong. I have
only a year of death for Mary and that is 1900, she was 49 years of age. As
for William, he is a blanc canvas.
> I am wanting to apply for death certificates but as i don't know when or
where they died it is hard to find them.
> Other than my great grandmother there were 7 more children that i know of.
They were; Alexander John Fraser, Mabel Jessie Fraser, William James
Fraser, Annie Isabella Fraser, James Edward Fraser, Donald Gordon Fraser and
Albert George Richard Fraser. I do know little bits on each of these
children Also Edith, Annie & Donald ALL married Dietrich children. If anyone
out there can help me OR if these people fit into your tree i would like to
hear from you.
>
> Thanking you all,
> Melissa Halyburton.
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