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Lilliam Marsham Parker b.1892 Carlton, Melbourne, Au, daughter of

Mother; Ann Maria Cocking (Willis)* re-married 1904 to Charles norman Willis
ist married married 1881

Father; Charles marsham Parker b.1856 Bunninyong d.1893
son of William somers Parker b.1825 uk a carpenter and Louisa Wellman
who emigrated 2nd class unassisted to au 22feb1854 on the Medway from Southhampton
passengers 106-7-8-9
William S Parker carpenter born middlesex  age 26
Louisa    Parker           born middlesex  age 26
Anne      Parker           born middlesex
male                       born at sea

Charles probate, 1893, list Lillian's siblings as;
Florence louise, Ethel Nellie, Osborne, Charles henry paul, and Lilian Marshman Parker
*did enumerator mixup william and Francis ocupations possible baptisms 1822-24 of Henry and Francis Parker by Charles and Elizabeth a victualler of Kilver street, Shepton Mallet
Eliza Parker b.28march1812 b.10jun1812 shepton mallet m.11sep1838 Nicholas Pethybridge
John Pewthybridge born/bapt 4 aug 1839 by Nicholas and Eliza of Kilver Street, Shepton Mallet Landlord of the Ship Inn and painter
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1852   Marriage Solomnized at St. Pancras Church in the parish of St Pancras in the county of Middlesex
No. When
Name and
Age Condition Rank or
Residence Fathers
221 March

William Somers
full Bachelor Builder
full Spinster ~~~ Munster
Married in the   above Church According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church,
after Banns / Licence by me Mr Sleed Amstronge
Signiture This Marriage  
was solomnized  
between us.  
In the presence of:

Charles Parker
Ann Parker

     William somers Parker son of Elizabeth Somers and Charles Parker, Kelver street, butcher
     c.10jan1827 Shepton Mallet
     d.1903 Albert Park, Melbourne, au
     m.10mar1852 St Pancras Church
     Wellman dau of Catherine and John Wellman,  master tailor emp 4men
     b.1827 london
     Ann           William          Charles               John           Elizabeth
     |             medway           marshman              wellman        |            
     b.~1853 UK    b.1854           b.1856 Bunninyong au  b.1859         b.1862 Ballarat
     d.1854        at sea           d.15oct1892           d.1940         d.
     |             d.1927            north Carlton
     m.                             m.1881
                                    Annie maria ..........m2. 1904 Charles norman Willis
                                    Cocking dau ellen Osborn and Thomas paul Cocking
                                    b.~1860 Ballarat
 Florence      Ethel         Osborne       Charles       John leslie   Lillian
 louise        nellie        |             henry paul    wellman       marshman   
                                                         b.1889        b.1892
                                                         d.1891        d.
                                                                       Henry james 
the middle name of Marshman probably eminates in Shepton Mallet.
There were Marshman living in the same street as Parker, but not yet established if they are related.
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In the Estate of;- Charles marshman Parker
Late of; North Carlton Victoria
Carpenter died intestate.

I Anne Maria Parker
of No.60 Johnston Street, Fitzro Victoria
Widow. make oath and say;-

1. That the Above named Charles Marshman Parker
Deceased die on the Fifteenth day of October
One thousand eight hundred and Ninty two
late of No. 66 Princes Street, North Carlton 2. That the said deceased left in Victoria not exceeding in value the sum
Of; Two Hunfred and Fifty Eight Pounds consisting of No real estate
but personal property to the value of; £258

3. That the said deceased left him surviving;- Florence Louise, Ethel Nellie
    Osbourne, Charles Henry Paul, and Lillian Mashman Parker.
  children of the deceased and me this deponent

Who are his only surviving next of kin and the only persons entitled by law to share his property.

4. That I am the Widow of the deceased , and as such I claim to be entitled to administation of his Estate.

5. That I have made careful inquiry and search, but am unable to find any WILL of the said deceased.

6. ..........snip

7.That to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief, the said deceased did not within the space of two years preceeding the date of his death convey or otherwise dispose of, for other than adaquate valuable consideration, any real or personal property of which he was siezed or possessed.

Sworn at Melbourne in the colony of Victoria this 7th day of February One Thousand eight hundred and ninety Three

(signiture)Annie Maria Parker

Surity by Catherine Cocking
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