Albert Armitage Salmon was born 1 August 1854 in Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia to Thomas Armitage Salmon (1830-1915) and Emily Yerbury (1836-1868) and died 6 February 1941 in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Lucy Rudder (1868-1936) 25 September 1889 in Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Albert Armitage Salmon and Lucy Rudder (1868-1936)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Armitage Salmon (1890-1974)
Lawrence Armitage Salmon (1891-1921) 15 October 1891 Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia 6 September 1921 Balmain, New South Wales, Australia
Richard Armitage Salmon (1893-1974)
Clement Armitage Salmon (1894-1960)
Jessie Emily Armitage Salmon (1896-1980)
Walter Armitage Salmon (1897-1898)
Thomas Armitage Salmon (1898-1918) 14 March 1898 Smithtown, New South Wales, Australia 29 August 1918 Mont Saint-Quentin, France
Albert Armitage Salmon (1899-1982)
Lucy Armitage Salmon (1901-1981)
Charles Burdett Armitage Salmon (1903-1995)
Eliza Armitage Salmon (1905-1967)
Enoch Wilfred Armitage Salmon (1907-1912)
Alfred Burdett Armitage Salmon (1908-1909)
Gordon Armitage Salmon (1910-1992)
Faith Armitage Salmon (1912-1912)



The death occurred in Bundaberg of Mr. Albert Armitage Salmon, in his 87th year. He was born at Kempsey, Macleay River, New South Wales, and had followed farming on the Macleay and Tweed Rivers and later at Wolvi and in the South Burnett.

Mr. Salmon resided in Tinana for 12 years, and in May, 1940, sold his farm. He had a retentive memory, and could recount many stories of the hardships of the early settlers. He lost three sons during the Great War, and another died from wounds on returning to Australia. His wife predeceased him by four years. The surviving members of the family are: Messrs. John, Richard Charles, Albert Clement and Gordon Salmon, and Jessie, Eliza and Lucy, also a sister, Mrs. D. Leslie (Bundaberg).

Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, 12 February 1941, page 8

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