TONKIN Charles married Olive COLLINS 1904
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Marriage details for Charles and Olive.
Groom: Charles Arthur TONKIN.
Age: 32 years.
Father: John Charles TONKIN.
Bride: Olive Margaret COLLINS.
Age: 22 years.
Father: John Thomas COLLINS.
Date married: 30 June 1904.
Place: Methodist Church, Urania, South Australia.
Charles died 13 February 1964, Parkside, South Australia, aged 91 years.
Olive died 18 March 1937, Blackwood, South Australia, aged 54 years.
Husband named as Charles Arthur TONKIN.
Five children located South Australian records for Charles and Olive.
Margaret Jean TONKIN.
Born: 18 June 1905, Murat Bay, South Australia.
Married: Edwin Hewlett FEAR.
Date: 06 February 1935.
Place: Methodist Church, Ceduna, South Australia.
Edwin died 12 April 1942, Ceduna, South Australia, aged 36 years.
Percy Archibald TONKIN.
Born: 03 May 1907, Murat Bay, South Australia.
Married: Olga Augusta EIME.
Date: 05 March 1935.
Place: Presbyterian Church, Prospect, South Australia.
Allan Travers TONKIN.
Born: 04 June 1910, Head of Wondana, South Australia.
Married: Dorothy Jean STRACEY.
Date: 18 September 1937.
Place: Congregational Church, Medindie, South Australia.
Clair Isabel TONKIN.
Born: 17 December 1911, Head of Wondana, South Australia.
Married: William John GILLIES.
Date: 17 November 1934.
Place: Methodist Church, Prospect North, South Australia.
Colin Verdun TONKIN.
Born: 19 March 1916, Murat Bay, 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.
Updated 17 February 2012.
on 2010-07-03 21:38:50
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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