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BAWDEN John married Elizabeth MARCH 1884

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Marriage details for John and Elizabeth.


Groom: John BAWDEN.
Age: 22 years.
Status: Single.
Father: John BAWDEN.

Bride: Elizabeth MARCH.
Age: 21 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Matthew MARCH.

Date married: 26 June 1884.
Place: Wesleyan Church, Alberton, South Australia.

John died 25 July 1944, Unley, South Australia, aged 82 years.

Elizabeth died 28 June 1925, Hyde Park, South Australia, aged 62 years.

Eight children located South Australian records for John and Elizabeth.


[1]

Theodore John BAWDEN.
Born: 26 April 1885, Yatala, South Australia.
Died: 04 January 1945, Woodlands Park, South Australia, aged 59 years.
Status: Married.
Married: Blanche Florence Prudence PENNY.
Date: 21 November 1906.
Place: Residence of Sydney John PENNY, Kensington, South Australia.


[2]

Ernest Rupert Roy BAWDEN.
Born: 12 March 1887, Alberton, South Australia.
Died: 28 February 1968, Glenelg, South Australia, aged 80 years.
Status: Widower.
Married: Lettie Rose EASTHER.
Date: 07 September 1912.
Place: Methodist Church, East Parkside, South Australia.
Lettie died 14 January 1961, Adelaide, South Australia, aged 70 years.
Status: Married.



[3]

Herbert Leonard BAWDEN.
Born: 23 May 1889, Dry Creek, South Australia.
Died: 04 March 1957, near Adelaide, South Australia, aged 67 years.
Status: Married.

Embarkation Roll WW1.

Name: Hebert Leonard BAWDEN.
Service number: 181.
Rank: Air Mechanic 1st Class.
Roll title: No 1 Squadron, Flying Corps (March 1916)
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918.
Place of embarkation: Melbourne.
Ship embarked on: HMAT Orsova.
Ship number: A67.



[4]

Ralph Mervyn BAWDEN.
Born: 23 August 1895, Salisbury, South Australia.
Died: 25 September 1917, Belgium, aged 22 years.

Embarkation Roll WW1.

Name: Ralph Mervyn BAWDEN.
Service number: 3113.
Rank: Private.
Roll title: 50 Infantry Battalion - 2 to 9 Reinforcements.
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918.
Date of embarkation: 16 December 1916.
Place of embarkation: Adelaide.
Ship embarked on: HMAT Berrima.
Ship number: A35.

Roll of Honour.

Name: Ralph Mervyn BAWDEN.
Service number: 3113.
Rank: Private.
Unit: 50th Battalion (INfantry).
Service: Australian Army.
Conflict: 1914-1918.
Date of death: 25 September 1917.
Cause of death: Died of wounds.
Cemetery or memorial detals: Lijssenthoek Milirary Cemetery, Belgium.

War Grave Register Notes.

BAWDEN, Pte, Ralph Mervyn, 3113. 50th Bn. Australian Inf. Died of wounds 25 Sept., 1917. Age 22. Son of John and Elizabeth BAWDEN. Native of Aldgate, South Australia. XXV. 1.



[5]

George BAWDEN.
Born: 01 December 1897, Aldgate, South Australia.
Died: 30 December 1897, Aldgate, aged 30 hours.


[6]

Gertrude BAWDEN.
Born: 01 December 1897, Aldgate, South Australia.
Died: 02 December 1897, Aildgate, aged 13 hours.


[7]

Elizabeth Myra BAWDEN.
Born: 13 March 1900, Aldgate, South Australia.
Died: 20 March 1968, Adelaide, South Australia, aged 68 years.
Status: Married.
Married: John Cecil Albert CHENEY.
Date: 14 April 1923.
Place: Church of Christ, Hyde Park, South Australia.
John died 13 September 1971, Unley, South Australia, aged 68 years.
Status: Widower.



[8]

Henry Matthew BAWDEN.
Born: 12 April 1904, Aldgate, South Australia.
Died: -
Married: Elsie Laurel CRADDOCK.
Date: 25 September 1926.
Place: Church of Christ, Hyde Park, South Australia.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Embarkation Rolls WW1.

AWM145 Roll of Honour Cards, 1914-1918 War, Army.


Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. thank you.

Surnames: BAWDEN CHENEY CRADDOCK EASTHER MARCH PENNY
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