Archives, Milne Walker Family History; 1850-1985; WY.0000.1294
Archives, Milne Walker Family HistoryAbout this object
Archival records of the Milne Walker family, donated by Valerie McDonald. There are 13 pages of names, birth dates and places of death.
An original copy of Family Register of James Walker and Ann Milne, unfortunately this is missing the lower portion of the certificate. Information is listed below.
There is a full size photo copy of the same intact.
On the reverse are the family names:
Mary Ann Walker married John Stevenson
James Henry Walker not married
William Walker married Charlotte McDonald
Ernest Walker not married
Francis Walker not married
George Walker not married
Alexander Walker married Mary Ann Walker
Ernest Walker married Margaret Colquhoun
Ethel Walker married Henry Francis Green
Winifred Victoria Walker married Victor Charles Curtis
Small copy of the above register
2 Photos of headstones of Ann Walker and James Walker.
Original and photocopy sheet of paper with the name of Gunner J E Walker and his serial number; he was killed at the battle of Crete in World War II`
A copy of a scroll commemorating Gunner J. E. Walker who gave his life in the 1939 -1945 war.
Newspaper article about the Milne family book which was written by Emily Milne, her photo is included. The article was written on 8 January 1985.
Newspaper article: 'Milne Reunion rated a great success with a photo of Christine Dockerty and Wattie Milne with babies Johnathon McInerney and Richard Mulvey.
22 photos including Wyndham floods, soldiers, family weddings, portraits, large group photo taken at the race course at Wyndham.
Newspaper articles of Stevenson -Walker wedding and Ethel Walker and Henry Green.
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card
inorganic, processed material, metal, nickel
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, photographic paper
h 435 mm x w 350 mm x d 80 mm
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