Mervyn Archdall Payten1

#6284, (19 March 1905-9 February 1964)
ChartsJohn Read Bettles' descendants
Birth*19 MAR 1905 Mervyn Archdall Payten was born on 19 MAR 1905 at Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia.2,3 
Marriage*16 OCT 1939 He married Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews, daughter of Arthur George Andrews and Elizabeth Bettles, on 16 OCT 1939 at Sydney, NSW, Australia.1 
Residence1943 Mervyn Archdall Payten and Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews lived at The Rectory, Dapto, Illawarra, NSW, Australia.4 
Occupation*1943 The occupation of Mervyn Archdall Payten was 'Clergyman.4
Residence*1949 He and Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews lived at 20 Arden Street, Waverley, Sydney, NSW, Australia.5 
Residence*JAN 1964 Mervyn Archdall Payten and Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews lived at 73 Ryde Road, Hunter's Hill, Sydney, NSW, Australia.6 
Death*9 FEB 1964 Mervyn Archdall Payten died on 9 FEB 1964 at The Repatriation Hospital, Concord, Sydney, NSW, Australia, aged 58.6 
Burial*11 FEB 1964 He was buried on 11 FEB 1964 at Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Hunter's Hill, Sydney, NSW, Australia.7 

Family

Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews b. 2 Aug 1912
Marriage*16 OCT 1939 He married Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews, daughter of Arthur George Andrews and Elizabeth Bettles, on 16 OCT 1939 at Sydney, NSW.1 
Children
Last Edited29 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S97] Australia BMD Indices, marriage, Joyce Gwendoline Bessie Andrews & Mervyn Archdall Payten, Sydney, NSW, 1939, no 18380.
  2. [S97] Australia BMD Indices, birth, Glebe, NSW, father Andrew Nathaniel Payten, mother Alice Maud Reid, 1905, no 12995.
  3. [S38] Australian War Memorial .pdf copies of original typed records.
  4. [S60] Aus Elect. Roll, Electoral Roll, Werriwa, Dapto, 1943, p 16.
  5. [S60] Aus Elect. Roll, Electoral Roll, Kingsford-Smith, Clovelly, 1949, p 68.
  6. [S122] Newspaper records, Death notice; Sydney Morning Herald, 10 Feb 1964.
  7. [S122] Newspaper records, funeral notice; Sydney Morning Herald, 10 Feb 1964.
  8. [S122] Newspaper records, father's Death notice; Sydney Morning Herald, 10 Feb 1964.
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