John Eldridge (1844-1925)

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John Eldridge was born 3 November 1844 in Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia to Daniel Eldridge (c1805-1864) and Elizabeth Gunyon (c1814-1860) and died 18 November 1925 in Binda, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Mary Ann Croker (1846-1913) 16 June 1866 in Binda, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Offspring of John Eldridge and Mary Ann Croker (1846-1913)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Ann Eldridge (1866-1946)
Charles Eldridge (1867-1948) 13 October 1867 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 25 May 1948 Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia Mary Anne Eleanor Elvins (1872-1962)

William John Eldridge (1870-1933)
Martha Eldridge (1871-c1931)
Thomas Daniel Eldridge (1873-1925)
James Francis Eldridge (1875-1944) 13 January 1875 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 25 January 1944 St John of God Hospital, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia Letitia Hone (1874-1948)

Arthur Samuel Eldridge (1877-1948)
Rebecca Ellen Eldridge (1879-1880)
Walter Hobart Eldridge (1881-1946)
Amy Mary Eldridge (1885-1974)
Joseph Oswald Eldridge (1888-1934)
Horace Edward Eldridge (1891-1951)

Namesakes of John Eldridge (1844-1925)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
John Eldridge (1844-1925)Crookwell, New South Wales, AustraliaBinda, New South Wales, AustraliaDaniel Eldridge (c1805-1864)Elizabeth Gunyon (c1814-1860)Mary Ann Croker (1846-1913)
John Eldridge (c1871-)Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire, England, United KingdomJohn Eldridge (c1850-)Isabella Ridgway (c1849-)Rose Caroline Alderman (1881-)
John Eldridge (c1850-)Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire, England, United KingdomIsabella Ridgway (c1849-)

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