BRISTOW Edgar married Margaret ROGERS 1887
Groom: Edgar Stowman BRISTOW
Age: 27 years.
Father: Abraham BRISTOW.
Bride: Margaret Saunders ROGERS.
Age: 20 years.
Father: John ROGERS.
Date married: 07 September 1887.
]Place: Residence of John ROGERS, Willowie, South Australia.
Possible death for Edgar is 1949, Bruce Rock, Western Australia.
Possible death for Margaret is 1952, East Coolgardie, Western Australia.
Six children located South Australian records for Edgar and Margaret.
Ellis Abraham BRISTOW.
Born: 22 August 1888, Willowie, South Australia.
Died: 04 October 1961, Burra, South Australia.
Age: 73 years.
Married: Violet Isabel COCKBURN.
Date: 15 December 1915.
Place: Residence of T J COCKBURN, Wirrabara, South Australia.
Margaret Winifred BRISTOW.
Born: 19 June 1890, Willowie, South Australia.
Married: Alfred James TWIGDEN.
Date: 11 February 1913.
Placae: Residence of Rev. H J HORSELL, West Croydon, South Australia.
Frank Edgar BRISTOW.
Born: 19 May 1892, Willowie, South Australia.
Married: Alice Maud HULL.
Date: 03 February 1919.
Place: St Saviours Church, Glen Osmond, South Australia.
John West BRISTOW.
Born: 15 October 1895, Willowie, South Australia.
Married: Eva Myra HARVEY.
Date: 23 January 1924.
Place: Methodist Church, Hoyleton, South Australia.
Charles Kenneth Rex BRISTOW.
Born: 09 November 1900, Willowie, South Australia.
Married: Chrissie M SMITH.
Place: Beverley, Western Australia.
Edgar Lawrence Woodhead BRISTOW.
Born: 23 December 1902, Willowie, South Australia.
Married: Gertrude Maud Emily DANSIE.
Date: 04 March 1926.
Place: St Margaret Church, Wirrabura, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, Western Australia.
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