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TONKIN marriages (females) 1886-1900 South Australia

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TONKIN marriages (females) 1886-1900 South Australia.

TONKIN (females)


Clara Jane
married: 1886 Henry WHITE.

Charlotte
married: 1886 Albert Edward BRUCE.

Lizzie
married: 1887 Samuel COLLINS.

Amelia
married: 1887 Charles PUTLAND.

Jessie Elizabeth Trussel
married: 1887 Charles Reuben MILLAR.

Mary Jane
married: 1887 Frederick Scott BROAD.

Elizabeth
married: 1888 John HARVEY.

Cordella
married: 1888 Edmond NICHOLS.

Ellen
married: 1888 James WILTON.

Fanny Eliza Stephen
married: 1889 William Robert JONES.

Emma
married: 1890 William henry James Champion HAND.

Leila Ada
married: 1890 Charles Thomas MAPLE.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1891 Thomas Andrew.

Agnes
married: 1891 George WALLAGE.

Fenella
married: 1891 Archibald FLETCHER.

Edith Isabell
married: 1891 Alfred Joel FRY.

Laura Constance
married: 1891 Samuel Wilson JONES.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1892 Robert Sidney WAPPER.

Lucy May
married: 1893 Arthur Charles GEORGE.

Elizabeth
married: 1893 William Thomas BAKER.

Emeline
married: 1894 William MURRAY.

Emily Jane
married: 1895 James Austin MAPLE.

Edith Maria
married: 1896 John DALLY.

Harriet Louisa
married: 1897 George Richard VENNING.

Florence Evelyn Gertrude
married: 1897 Daniel Jeffrey PASSFIELD.

Mary Ann
married: 1898 Absalom Tonkin TRELOAR.

Grace Stephens
married: 1898 Philip BARTLE.

Florind Elepha
married: 1899 John Edgar TURNER.

Mabel
married: 1899 William Charles SYMONS.

Adeline Lillian
married: 1899 Joseph ALI.

Agnes
married: 1900 William Francis TAYLOR.

Florence Mary
married: 1900 Louis August NAGEL.

Una Olive May
married: 1900 John Robert MAPLE.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the TONKIN lines.

JN 41474

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