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TONKIN Charles married Eliza HAND 1886

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Marriage details for Charles and Eliza.


Groom: Charles TONKIN.
Age: 26 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Charles TONKIN.

Bride: Eliza Jane HAND.
Age: 23 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Samuel HAND.

Date married: 10 February 1886.
Place: Residence of Charles TONKIN, East Moonta, South Australia.


Possible death for Charles is 27 October 1936, East Moonta, South Australia.
Age: 77 years.

Eliza died 08 January 1903, East Moonta, South Australia.
Age: 40 years.

Charles TONKIN (aged 48) remarried on the 01 February 1908 to Alma Ann HAND (aged 29 years) at the residence of Samuel HAND, Wallaroo Mines, South Australia. Alma died 23 August 1961, Payneham, South Australia, aged 82 years. No children located for this marriage.

Research indicates Eliza and Alma, the two wifes of Charles, may have been sisters.

Four children located South Australian rocords for Charles and Eliza.


[1]

Linda May TONKIN.
Born: 04 January 1887, East Moonta, South Australia.
Died: 08 August 1959, Adelaide, South Australia, aged 72 years.

Married: Stanley Gilbert BENTLEY.
Date: 25 September 1912.
Place: Residence of Charles TONKIN, East Moonta, South Australia.


[2]

William Charles Stanley TONKIN.
Born: 18 August 1888, East Moonta, South Australia.
Died: 20 February 1961, Nailsworth, South Australia, aged 72 years.

Married: Ethel MARTIN.
Date: 01 July 1914.
Place: Residence of Michael MARTIN, Moonta, South Australia.


[3]

Jane Ann Abbott TONKIN.
Born: 30 May 1890, East Moonta, South Australia.
Died: 27 December 1955, Norwood, South Australia, aged 65 years.


[4]

Ruby Alice Thomasina TONKIN.
Born: 12 November 1892, East Moonta, South Australia.
Died: -


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Surnames: BENTLEY HAND MARTIN TONKIN
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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