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CULLEY George married Mary TONKIN 1882

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Groom: George David CULLEY.
Age: 26 years.
Status: Single.
Father: John Ralph CULLEY.

Bride: Mary TONKIN.
Age: 25 years.
Status: Single.
Father: John TONKIN.

Date married: 07 June 1882.
Place: Residence of John TONKIN, North Adelaide, South Australia.

George died 23 January 1892 in Norwood, South Australia.
Age: 36 years.
Status: Not recorded.
Residence: Norwood, South Australia.

Birth note.
George was born 03 January 1856 in Adelaide, South Australia.
Parents named as John Ralph CULLEY and Adelaide ROBINSON.

Mary died 30 March 1919 in Unley, South Australia.
Age: 60 years.
Status: Married.
Residence: Unley, South Australia.
Deceased husband named as George David CULLEY.

Birth note.
Mary was born 04 June 1857 in Nairne, South Australia.
Parents named as John TONKIN and Rebecca BUTCHER.

Four children located South Australian records for George and Mary.


Albert Victor George CULLEY.
Born: 07 April 1883, Norwood, South Australia.
Died: 03 January 1963, Magill, South Australia.
Age: 79 years.

Married: Edith Gertrude GOODIER.
Date: 11 May 1909.
Place: Christian Chapel, Grote Street, Adelaide, South Australia.


Myrtle Gwendoline CULLEY.
Born: 12 September 1884, Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 10 July 1917, Unley, South Australia.
Age: 32 years.
Status: Single.


Howard Francis Ralph CULLEY.
Born: 10 February 1886, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: -


Elsie May CULLEY.
Born: 27 October 1891, Norwood, South Australia.
Died: -

Married: Walter James MATHEWS.
Date: 10 September 1921.
Place: Christian Chapel, Unley, South Australia.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

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