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HONEYBONE Frederick married Mary PHILP 1894

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Marriage details for Frederick and Mary.


Groom: Frederick George HONEYBONE.
Age: 21 years.
Status: Single.
Father: William George HONEYBONE.

Bride: Mary PHILP.
Age: 22 years.
Status: Single.
Father: John PHILP.

Date married: 16 October 1894.
Place: Registry Office, Adelaide, South Australia.

Frederick died 01 May 1936, Prospect Hospital, South Australia, aged 61 years.
Status: Married.
residence: Nailsworth, South Australia.

Mary died 15 May 1955, Kensington Park, South Australia, aged 83 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Frederick George HONEYBONE.

Four children located South Australian records for Frederick and Mary.


[1]

Frederick John William HONEYBONE.
Born: 07 January 1895, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 29 May 1919, Adelaide Hospital, aged 24 years.
Status: Married.
Married: Susan WOODHOUSE.
Date: 01 September 1917.
Place: Congregational Church, Croydon, South Australia.
Susan died 27 January 1928, Eastwood Hospital, South Australia, aged 33 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Frederick John William HONEYBONE.



[2]

Gerald HONEYBONE.
Born: 18 August 1896, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 23 December 1896, North Adelaide, aged 04 months.
Residence: Auburn, South Australia.


[3]

Mabel Moss HONEYBONE.
Born: 20 December 1898, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 14 October 1899, North Adelaide, aged 09 months.


[4]

Jack Philp HONEYBONE.
Born: 08 September 1905, St Johns Wood, South Australia.
Died: -
Married: Amy Ethel PADDICK.
Date: 31 March 1936.
Place: Methodist Church, Unley, South Australia.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Surnames: HONEYBONE PADDICK PHILP WOODHOUSE
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