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This is page 4 of 4 about the Dalladay family  originally originally of Orsett, Essex and later Woolwich, Kent. It shows, in the fifth generation, the link by marriage to the Jones family. If you have a connection to any individual or family featured here, or if you want to leave us your feedback, contact us. Browse by clicking the last page/next page buttons or following the numbered (e.g. [2]) or parental ([Parents]) links.

The Dalladay Family of Orsett, Essex

9.Link to census William Robert DALLADAY [Parents]. Born quarter ending 1889 in Woolwich & died 14/9/1966 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, age about 76. William Robert was buried 14/9/1966 at Queenscliff Cemetery, Victoria. William Robert appeared in Australian electoral registers as follows: 1931, 1936, 1937, 1942: State Victoria. District: Bendigo. Sub-district: Wedderburn. 1949, 1954: State Victoria. District: Corio. Sub-district: Queenscliff. William’s family appear in the 1939 Register in Erith, Kent, so it appears that he left them in the 1920s to emigrate to Australia.

In the quarter ending June 1914, when William Robert was age about 24, he married Maud Eleanor PRICE, daughter of John & Hannah PRICE, in Woolwich. Maud Eleanor was born 22/1/1888 in Holborn, London & baptized 5/4/1888 at St Paul, Clerkenwell. It’s not known when Maud Eleanor died.

They had the following children, all born in Woolwich:

(1) Edna E, born 1915. It’s not known when Edna died.  (2) Lilian M, born born 1918. It’s not known when Lilian died. (3) Doris Maud, born 8/6/1920 & died June 2005 in Surrey, age 85. (4) John Leonard, born 17/8/1922 & died June 1986 in Bradford, West Yorkshire, age  63.

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