Series GRS2242 - WALTON / COLE FAMILY - Photographs, family tree, ephemera

Walton/Cole Family Group Record Walton family group, c.1900 Photo envelope, advertising HLS Potter's Photo Stores, Ryrie Street, Geelong, c.1930 Group photo of children with two adult females, c.1900 Geelong City Junior Band, c.1913

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WALTON / COLE FAMILY - Photographs, family tree, ephemera

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  • 1900 - 1945 (Creation)

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(1869 - 1999)

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William Walton (b.1869? – d.1945) and Elizabeth Isabella Walton (nee Cole b.1872? – d.1946) were married in 1892 and had five children: Thomas Isaac Walton (1893 – 1976), William John Walton (1894 – 1976), James Leslie Walton (1897 – 1920), Florence Elizabeth Walton (1900 - ?) and Eileen Jean Emond (nee Walton 1902 - 1999?) William John Walton served in the First World War. William Walton senior’s occupation was a bootmaker and resided at William Street, Newtown and Hope Street, Geelong West.

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Donated by Box Hill Library, items appear to have been owned by a descendant of William Walton Jr.

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