TONKIN Benjamin married Mary THOMAS 1885
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Marriage details for Benjamin and Mary.
Groom: Benjamin James TONKIN.
Age: 28 years.
Father: Benjamin TONKIN.
Bride: Mary Jane THOMAS.
Age: 21 years.
Father: William Henry THOMAS.
Date married: 22 August 1885.
Place: Residence of William Henry THOMAS, Kadina, South Australia.
Benjamin died 22 December 1905, Kadina, South Australia, aged 48 years.
Mary (aged 49 years) remarried the widower Thomas CONSTABLE (aged 59 years) at the residence of James Herbert CONSTABLE, Wallaroo Mine, South Australia, on the 28 May 1913.
Seven children located South Australian records for Benjamin and Mary.
Frederick James TONKIN.
Born: 13 March 1886, Kadina, South Australia.
Died: 22 April 1886, Kadina, aged 6 weeks.
Lloyd Branson TONKIN.
Born: 11 February 1887, Kadina, South Australia.
Died: 22 September 1900, Kadina, aged 13 years.
Leonard James TONKIN.
Born: 17 June 1888, Kadina, South Australia.
Died: 20 December 1888, Kadina, aged 6 months.
Morris Bice TONKIN.
Born: 16 July 1890, Kadina, South Australia.
Charles Leonard TONKIN.
Born: 03 October 1891, Kadina, South Australia.
Samuel Benjamin TONKIN.
Born: 05 February 1897, Kadina, South Australia.
Married: Doris Louisa STEWART.
Date: 07 November 1923.
Place: St Pauls CE Church, Port Pirie, South Australia.
Born: 18 April 1899, Kadina, South Australia.
Married: John Vincent MALONEY.
Date: 26 April 1924.
Place: St Mark's Church, Port Pirie, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-09-29 01:50:51
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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