TONKIN George married Johanna HANDTKE 1899
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Marriage details for George and Johanna.
Groom: George Alfred TONKIN.
Age: 31 years.
Father: John Charles TONKIN.
Bride: Johanna Louisa HANDTKE.
Age: 19 years.
Father: Johann Gottlieb HANDTKE.
Date married: 06 September 1899.
Place: German Chapel, Denial Bay, South Australia.
George died 18 February 1953 in Devon Park, South Australia, aged 85 years.
Johanna died 12 July 1928 in Adelaide, South Australia, aged 48 years.
Eight children located South Australian records for George and Johanna.
Lillie Olive TONKIN.
Born: 03 July 1900, Murat Bay, South Australia.
Married: Ray Stanley HENDERSON.
Date: 27 June 1923.
Place: Methodist Church, Ceduna, South Australia.
Grace Victoria TONKIN.
Born: 09 September 1903, Murat Bay, South Australia.
Francis Alfred TONKIN.
Born: 27 February 1906, Murat Bay, South Australia.
Married: Olive HARDY.
Date: 22 August 1936.
Place: Methodist Church, North Prospect, South Australia.
Australian Army Service Number: S70819.
Date Enlisted: 25 April 1942.
Date Discharged: 08 August 1945.
Rank: Lance Corporal.
Hilda May TONKIN.
Born: 10 May 1909, Murat Bay, South Australia.
Married: Hermann Charles Thornton SHERMAN.
Date: 28 April 1937.
Place: Methodist Manse, Croydon, South Australia.
Freda Mavis Annie TONKIN.
Born: 12 november 1911, Hd of Bonython, South Australia.
Died: 11 June 1936, Ceduna, South Australia, aged 24 years.
Edith Marie TONKIN.
Born: 01 March 1913, Hd of Bonython, South Australia.
Died: 01 March 1913, Hd of Bonython, aged 03 hours.
Nora Loraine TONKIN.
Born: 06 November 1914, Nr Murat Bay, South Australia.
Creal Ivona TONKIN.
Born: 03 December 1916, Nr Murat Bay, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
WW2 Nominal Rolls.
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Updated 30 December 2011.
on 2010-07-03 21:25:50
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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