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Judith Durham Family
Judith Durham AO was an Australian singer, songwriter, and musician who became the lead singer of the Australian popular folk music group the Seekers in 1963.
Durham was born Judith Mavis Cock on 3 July 1943 in Essendon, Victoria, to William Alexander Cock DFC, a navigator and World War II pathfinder, and his wife, Hazel
. From her birth until 1949, she lived on Mount Alexander Road, Essendon, and attended Essendon Primary School.
She spent the summer holidays at her family’s weatherboard house which since has been demolished on the west side of Durham Place in Rosebud.
On 21 November 1969, Durham married her musical director, British pianist Ron Edgeworth, at Scots’ Church in Melbourne.
They lived in the UK and Switzerland until the mid-1980s when they bought the property in Nambour, Queensland.
In 1990, Durham, Edgeworth, and their tour manager, Peter Summers, were involved in a car accident on the Calder Freeway.
The driver of the other car died at the scene and Durham sustained a fractured wrist and leg.
Judith Durham husband
Ronald Edgeworth was born on January 29, 1938, in England. He was an actor and composer, known for Raw Deal 1977 and Cash and Company 1975.
He was married to Judith Durham. He died on December 10, 1994.
Judith Durham Children
Hazel Cock is the mother of an Australian singer, songwriter, and musician. Other information about her is kept away from the public.
Judith Durham Father
William Alexander Cock of an Australian singer, songwriter, and musician. Other information about him is kept away from the public.
Judith Durham Siblings
Beverley Sheehan is the only sister to the Australian singer, songwriter, and musician, Judith Durham. Other information about her is kept away from the public.