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Thomas Marmont (1843-1910)

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Thomas Marmont was born 5 September 1843 at Bolong in Fullerton, New South Wales, Australia to William Marmont (1804-1866) and Mary Ann Wheeler (1824-1863) and died 16 January 1910 at Bolong in Fullerton, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Selina Wheeler (1856-1930) 21 December 1875 at St Johns in Camden, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.





Children


Offspring of Thomas Marmont and Selina Wheeler (1856-1930)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Ann Marmont (1876-1966)
Martha Marmont (1878-1964) 23 September 1878 Golspie, New South Wales, Australia 27 August 1964 Golspie, New South Wales, Australia George Cameron (1875-1939)

James Marmont (c1879-c1941)
William Samuel Marmont (c1881-c1962)
Thomas Herbert Marmont (1882-1947) 19 April 1882 Golspie, New South Wales, Australia 7 December 1947 Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia Esther Austen (1894-1965)

John Arthur Marmont (1884-c1958) 14 February 1884 Camden, New South Wales, Australia 3 December 1958 Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia Emily Francis Christie (1872-1949)

Francis P Marmont (c1885-c1967)
George Marmont (c1887-c1887)
Henry S Marmont (c1888-c1928)
Clement Wesley Marmont (c1890-c1973)
Ada May Marmont (c1892-c1970)
Louisa Leila Marmont (c1894-c1913)
Edward Leslie Marmont (c1895-c1967)
Alice Edna Marmont (1897-1953) 13 August 1897 Golspie, New South Wales, Australia 14 July 1953 Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia John Thomas Lang (1899-1941)

Alfred Sydney Marmont (1899-1977) 26 March 1899 Taralga, New South Wales, Australia 11 December 1977 Ada May Stephenson (1895-c1971)



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