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RODDA Edward married Susan MASTERS 1895

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Marriage details for Edward and Susan.


Groom: Edward James RODDA.
Age: 26 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Thomas RODDA.

Bride: Susan Edith MASTERS.
Age: 25 years.
Status: Single.
Father: George Robert MASTERS.

Date married: 14 August 1895.
Place: PM Church, Redhill, South Australia.

Edward died 1939, Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Parents named as Thomas and Susan.

Susan died 1914, Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Parents named as George R and Edith.

Eight children located South Australia and New South Wales
records for Edward and Susan.


[1]

Maurice Walwin RODDA.
Born: 20 July 1896, Port Broughton, South Australia.
Died: 08 December 1896, Kadina, South Australia, aged 04 months.
Death recorded as Morris Walwin RODDA.


[2]

Edith Vera RODDA.
Born: 24 September 1897, Wallaroo Mines, South Australia.
Died: -


[3]

Ivy Gean RODDA.
Born: 11 November 1899, Wallaroo Mines, South Australia.
Died: -


[4]

Susan Lavina RODDA.
Born: 11 February 1901, Wallaroo Mines, South Australia.
Died: 18 April 1901, Wallaroo Mines, aged 02 months.


[5]

Edward Livester.
Born: 16 July 1902, Wallaroo Mines, South Australia.
Died: 1970 Broken Hill, New South Wales.


[6]

Mary L RODDA.
Born: 1904 Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Died: -


[7]

William Roy RODDA.
Born: 1906 Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Died: 1977 not recorded, New South Wales.
Married: Doris L WILLIAMS.
Year: 1931.
Place: Broken Hill, New South Wales.


[8]

Harry RODDA.
Born: 1909 Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Died: 1963 Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Married: Mena BARRETT.
Year: 1935.
Place: Broken Hill, New South Wales.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, New South Wales.

Surnames: BARRETT MASTERS RODDA WILLIAMS
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