ORCHARD Charles married Jane TONKIN 1848
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Marriage details for Charles and Jane.
Groom: Charles Orlando ORCHARD.
Age: Full age.
Father: Philip ORCHARD
Bride: Jane TONKIN.
Age: Full age.
Father: Peter TONKIN
Date married: 21 May 1848.
Place: Sennen, Cornwall.
Witness 1: Benjamin TRAHAIR.
Witness 2: William JOHNS.
Charles and Jane must have arrived in Australia in 1848 or 1849 but I have not been able to locate their arrival.
Charles died 1911 in Granville, New South Wales.
Parents recorded as Philip and Elizabeth.
Charle's Orlando ORCHARD was baptised in Truro, Cornwall, on the 08 January 1830. His parents were named as Philip and Elizabeth ORCHARD.
Jane died 1908 in Fairfield, Victoria, aged 84 years.
Father recorded as Peter TONKIN. Mother unknown.
Jane's mother was Catherine WALLIS.
Six children located New South Wales and Victorian records for Charles and Jane.
Stephen John ORCHARD.
Born: 1849 Sydney, New South Wales.
Died: 1922 Fairfield, Victoria, aged 74 years.
Married: Jemima Maria FORSTER.
See Post: Stephen ORCHARD married Jemima FORSTER 1871.
William H ORCHARD.
Born: 1851 not recorded,New South Wales.
Louisa Philip ORCHARD.
Born: 1857 White Hill, Victoria.
Albert Alphonso ORCHARD.
Born: 1860 White Hill, Victoria.
Died: 1908 Bombal, New South Wales.
Married: Elizabeth MITCHELL.
Clara Louisa ORCHARD.
Born: 1862 Heathcote, Victoria.
Died: 1863 not recorded, Victoria, aged 1 year.
Oliver James ORCHARD.
Born: 1864 Heathcote, Victoria.
Registry of Births and Deaths, New South Wales.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
Updated 19 February 2012.
on 2011-01-06 00:19:29
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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