Sydney photographed in 1880 at Circular Quay
When Alfred Morris was born on 3 March 1876, in New South Wales, his father, Amiel, was 54 and his mother, Clarissa, was 29. He married Matilda Wilkinson on 28 April 1898, in Surry Hills, New South Wales. They had two children during their marriage. Alfred died suddenly on 12 October 1929, in New South Wales, at the age of 53, and was buried there.
Alfred was born on 3rd March 1876, in Darlington, New South Wales to Clarissa Fanny Smith, age 29, and Amiel Morris, age 54.
Residence and Occupation
Alfred lived his entire lifetime in Sydney and the nearby suburbs of Woolloomooloo, Annandale, Petersham and Summer Hill. Initially he worked as an Iron Moulder, but during his later years became a Florist.
Alfred Morris married Matilda Wilkinson on 28th April 1898, at 439 Riley Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales, when he was 22 years old. The marriage was conducted in accordance with rites of Primitive Methodist Church.
Children of Alfred and Matilda
Two children were born to Alfred and Matilda Morris at Annandale, New South Wales during a period of three years from 1898 to 1900.
Alfred, florist, died suddenly from a heart attack on 12th October 1929, in Lewisham, New South Wales.