Person:Amelia McKenzie (1)

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Amelia (Millie) McKenzie
  • F.  Colin McKenzie (add)
  • M.  Hannah (add)
  1. Amelia (Millie) McKenzie1892 - 1961
m. 1911
  1. William Charles Mumford1911 - 1977
  2. Vera May Mumford1913 - 1958
  3. Clifford George (Cliff) Mumford1917 - 1983
  4. Kenneth James Mumford - 1980
m. 1934
Facts and Events
Name Amelia (Millie) McKenzie
Married Name Mumford
Alt Name Mildred
Gender Female
Birth? 1892
Marriage 1911 Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australiato Charles James Mumford
Separation 1926 from Charles James Mumford
Marriage 1934 Waverley, New South Wales, Australiato Godfrey Benjamin Hepworth
Divorce 19 Dec 1934 Sydney, New South Wales, Australiafrom Charles James Mumford
Death[1][2][4] 7 Sep 1961 Bondi, New South Wales, AustraliaAge 69

Amelia McKenzie was born in South Australia, Ancestry user ckearnes1 who has obviously accessed divorce paperwork, places her birth in Adelaide during 1890. I have put her birth year in 1892 based on death records for Mildred Hepworth, aged 69 during 1961.

The only birth records located in the Genealogy SA data for an Amelia or Mildred McKenzie within a close time period is Amelia McKenzie, 1884 in Port Gawler, South Australia, her parents are listed as Duncan McKenzie and Amelia Norriss.

Amelia married Charles Mumford in Wagga Wagga, NSW during 1911 and their divorce paperwork in 1934 indicates that they seperated in 1926.

Following her divorce, Amelia married Godfrey Hepworth in Waverly, NSW during 1934.

During the second World War, her son, Clifford George lists his mother Mildred as his next of Kin. When her second husband died in 1965 this was recorded at Bondi Junction, NSW which is the same location recorded for the death of a Mildred Hepworth on the 7th September 1961, whose parents are listed as Colin and Hannah.

  1. New South Wales. Registrar-General. NSW registry of births, deaths & marriages, 18782/1961, Secondary quality.
  2. Sydney Morning Herald, in Australia. Trove Digitised newspapers. (Australia), 9 Sep 1961, Primary quality.
  3.   Mundia by Ancestry.
  4. Sydney Morning Herald, in Australia. The Ryerson Index : to contemporary death notices and obituaries in Australian newspapers, 9 Sep 1961, Secondary quality.