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Arthur Edwin GEGG (1888-1964)

Arthur Edwin GEGG (known as 'Art'), son of James Albert GEGG (1850-1915) and Elizabeth TICKNER (1852-1929), was born on 10 August 1888 in Windellama, NSW.1 He was christened on 25 September 1888 in Goulburn, NSW.2 He married Emily Louisa WATSON in 1912 at the BDM District in Goulburn.3

he died (aged 76) on 22 November 1964 in Goulburn.4 He was buried on 24 November 1964 in the general cemetery in Goulburn.4

 

Emily Louisa WATSON and Arthur Edwin GEGG had the following children:

 

Ivy Millicent GEGG ( - )

Alan Stanley GEGG ( - )

Eric Mervyn GEGG (1925?-1972)

Norman Roy GEGG (1929-1998)

Citations

1{S0184}, BDM (NSW) Online Birth Index - GEGG Search. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Registration no : 14370 / 1888 BDM Argyle (ie Goulburn)
2{S0282}, Internet (IGI - International Genealogical Index) : General (Family Search : http://www.familysearch.org/). http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/IGI/individual_record.asp?recid=100456867367&ld.... Cit. Date: 6 November 2010. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Christening : 25 SEP 1888 Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia"
3{S0065}, BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Marriages (NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Marriages Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&event=...). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Registration no : 14088 / 1912
4{S0054}, Newspaper : GEGG, Arthur Edwin (0105) : Funeral Notice (Goulburn Evening Penny Post). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen

              

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Updated : 23 Mar 2014