|parents||James Kinder & Mary Ramsbottom|
|born||20 November 1843, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia|
|baptised||8 April 1844, St James' Church of England, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia|
|died||2 September 1920, Malvern, Victoria, Australia|
|buried||3 September, 1920, St Kilda Cemetery, Victoria, Australia|
|Margaret Sarah Armstrong was born in 1845 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. |
Margaret Sarah was always known to her family as Sarah.
Her parents were Henry Armstrong and Margaret and it may be assumed that her parents were early Melbourne settlers just like John Franklin’s. She had three younger brothers – Robert (b 1847), Henry (b 1849) and Henry Alfred (b 1851).
|John Franklin died on 2 September 1920, aged 76 years and was living at
his Alice Street house at the time. He was buried on 3 September in
grave 106, Independent Section C at St Kilda Cemetery, St Kilda,
Victoria next to his parents.|
He bequeathed his entire estate to his wife, Sarah.
The Argus, 8 September 1920
According to John Franklin's record of Probate, Sarah inherited ownership of two properties – one at 30 Alice Street, Malvern and another in Eva Street, Malvern. In all, John Franklin left an estate valued at over £2,000 to Sarah.