Biography

Coakely Caesar Lamph was born 1862 in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia to Robert Lamph (1829-1876) and Rebecca Young (bef1847-c1917) and died 12 November 1963 Nyngan District Hospital, Nyngan, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Annie Thompson (c1870-1952) 11 August 1897 in St James, Croydon, New South Wales, Australia.



Children



Offspring of Coakely Caesar Lamph and Eliza Wright (bef1887)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ethel M Lamph (c1887-1944)



Offspring of Coakely Caesar Lamph and Annie Thompson (c1870-1952)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Rebecca Edith May Lamph (1898-1929)
Coakly William Lamph (1902)
Robert Llewellyn Lamph (1904-c1981)
Charles H Lamph (c1909-c1909)
Dorothy Olive Annie Lamph (c1911-2009)









 




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • Jacinta Green
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  • GOLDEN WEDDING. LAMPH—THOMPSON.—August 11, 1897, at St. James' Church, Croydon, by late Rev. Fox, Cokely to Annie. Present address, 30 Cobar St, Nyngan.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 August 1947, page 16
¶ Death
  • The Ryerson Index lists his death notice in The Sydney Morning Herald of 13 Nov 1963



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Rebecca Edith May Lamph (1898-1929)+Coakly William Lamph (1902)+Robert Llewellyn Lamph (1904-c1981)+Charles H Lamph (c1909-c1909)+Dorothy Olive Annie Lamph (c1911-2009) +
November 12, 1963 +
Nyngan District Hospital, Nyngan, New South Wales, Australia +
The Ryerson Index lists his death notice in The Sydney Morning Herald of 13 Nov 1963 +
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GOLDEN WEDDING. LAMPH—THOMPSON.—AuguGOLDEN WEDDING. LAMPH—THOMPSON.—August 11, 1897, at St. James' Church, Croydon, by late Rev. Fox, Cokely to Annie. Present address, 30 Cobar St, Nyngan.</br>::The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 August 1947, page 16Morning Herald, 11 August 1947, page 16] +