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INGLIS Edward married Tabatha PEARCE 1908

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Marriage details for Edward and Tabatha.


Groom: Edward Burgess Thomas INGLIS.
Age: 24 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Henry INGLIS.

Bride: Tabatha Florence PEARCE.
Age: 22 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Edward PEARCE.

Date married: 30 November 1908.
Place: Salvation Army Hall, Port Pirie, South Australia.

Edward died 14 July 1958, Victor Harbor, South Australia, aged 74 years.
Status: Married.

Tabatha died 11 December 1961, Victor Harbor, South Australia, aged 75 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Edward Burgess Thomas INGLIS.

Nine children located South Australian records for Edward and Tabatha.


[1]

Henry George INGLIS.
Born: 1909 Victor Harbor, South Australia.


[2]

Caroline May INGLIS.
Born: 1911 Tailem Bend, South Australia.


[3]

Marjorie Florence INGLIS.
Born: 1913 Tailem Bend, South Australia.


[4]

Edith Alice INGLIS.
Born: 1914 Monteith, South Australia.


[5]

Olive Ruth INGLIS.
Born: 1916 Murray Bridge, South Australia.


[6]

Frank INGLIS.
Born: 1919 Murray Bridge, South Australia.


[7]

Walter Wilse INGLIS.
b.1921 Yorketown, South Australia.


[8]

Alex INGLIS.
Born: 1923 Coobowie, South Australia.


[9]

Clem INGLIS.
Born: 1923 Coobowie, South Australia.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Updated 09 April 2012.

Surnames: INGLIS PEARCE
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