Edith Meriden Docwra
- Born: 26 Jan 1904, 6 Canterbury Place, Prahran, Victoria, Australia 8,45
- Marriage: Wilfred Palmer Marr on 8 May 1922 in Baxter, Victoria, Australia 8,39,40
- Died: 26 Jun 1948, Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia at age 44 39,46
- Buried: 28 Jun 1948, Preston Cemetery, Preston, Victoria, Australia 39
Edith married Wilfred Marr in 1922. She was a spinster at the time, and she was living at Baxter. Her occupation was home duties. They were married by William Pembroke Bainbridge, a minister of the Church of England. Her father Harry gave his written consent to the marriage, as she was a minor. Harry was one of the witnesses, and Wilfred's father Henry Palmer Marr was the other witness.
The informant at her birth was her uncle James Parry. He was living at 91 Thomas St Windsor.
Her occupation was listed as home duties on her daughter Jean's death certificate.
At the time of her death she was living at 63 Hawksburn Road South Yarra. Her occupation was home duies. She was known as Edith Meriden Campbell. She had lived in Victoria for 41 years and in New South Wales for 3 years. She died from cachexia after months and had suffered from carcinoma cervix for years. The informant was A. Harrison, Authorized Agent, Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. The undertaker was N. Harrison and the witnesses at her burial were A. L. Mayne and J. C. Hughes.
Noted events in her life were:
• She had a residence on 26 Jun 1948 in 63 Hawksburn Road, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia. 39
Edith married Wilfred Palmer Marr, son of Henry Palmer Marr and Mary Reeves, on 8 May 1922 in Baxter, Victoria, Australia 8,39.,40 (Wilfred Palmer Marr was born on 19 Dec 1892 in Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia,8,40,41,42 died on 22 Jan 1955 in Mount Royal Hospital, Parkville, Victoria, Australia 41,43 and was buried on 24 Jan 1955 in Fawkner Cemetery, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia 41,44.)
They were married by William Pembroke Bainbridge, Minister of the Church of England, with the written consent of Harry Docwra, father of Edith Meriden Docwra. The witnesses were Harry Docwra and H. P. Marr.