Info 3f. Alan james Campbell and Melva mary McKenzie
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When Alan was in Melbourne recuperating from his broken ankle he met
his future wife Melva Mary McKenzie, they fell in love and Alan returned to war
with a photo of her. They corresponded often and Alan fashioned a likeness of
her from a piece of plastic used in aircraft manufacture.
On his discharge he returned to Melbourne and married Melva in 1946
|Certificate of Marriage in the State of Victoria, Australia|
|Date:||25 May 1946||St Mark's Church, Fawkner, Melbourne|
| Gladys Irene
We declare that the above is a true statement of the particulars relating
to each of us respectively;
and that marriage by licence was solemnized between us on the date and at the place mentioned according to the rites of the Catholic Church.
David Martin McKenzie
Francis Lydia Tidswood
Charles Cerru; Catholic Priest
1949 voters Coburg West, Wills, Victoria Alan james Campbell, 10 Sunbeam street w8, Traveller Melva mary Campbell, 10 Sunbeam Street w8, Home Duties 1954 Warrenheip, Ballarat Alan james Campbell, 75 Joseph Street, Sale Representative Melva mary Campbell, 75 Joseph Street, home duties 1963 Michem, LaTrobe, Victoria Alan james Campbell, 8 Norfolk Street, Blackburn, Manager Melva mary Campbell, 8 Norfolk Street, Blackburn, Home duties
Melva mary McKenzie circa 1944
Melva mary McKenzie
born 27 may 1924 at
Sister Biggs private hospital Vaucluse,
100 Moreland Rd, Brunswick, Victoria
to Gladys (nee wood) and
David M McKenzie of
Murdock St, Brunswick Victoria Au.
Alan and Melva had 2 children,
a boy and a girl.
They Live in Melbourne.
Alan was pre-deceased by Melva
who died on 22 July 1984 age 60.
at Kew Hospital, Melbourne.
Alan died 15 May 2002 at
Cheltenham Hospital, Melbourne
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