LOVELOCK Henry married Ellen OSBORNE 1891
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Marriage details for Henry and Ellen.
Groom: Henry LOVELOCK.
Age: 26 years.
Father: Henry LOVELOCK.
Bride: Ellen Adelaide OSBORNE.
Age: 30 years.
Father: William OSBORNE.
Date married: 21 October 1891.
Place: Residence of William Osborne, Goolwa, South Australia.
Henry died 08 June 1957, McLaren Vale, South Australia, aged 92 years.
Ellen died 27 August 1936, Willunga, South Australia, aged 74 years.
Six children located South Australian records for Henry and Ellen.
Vera Maud LOVELOCK.
Born: 03 November 1892, Aldinga, South Australia.
Died: 31 August 1944, McLaren Vale, South Australia, aged 51 years.
Married: Albert Richard MUDGE.
Date: 28 November 1923.
Place: Mathodist Church, Aldinga, South Australia.
Claris Idonia LOVELOCK.
Born: 22 January 1894, Aldinga, South Australia.
Died: 22 October 1970, McLaren Vale, South Australia, aged 76 years.
Married: Robert Francis ATKINSON.
Date: 14 January 1920.
Place: Maughon Church, Adelaide, South Australia.
Gwendolyn Nellie LOVELOCK.
Born: 22 September 1895, Aldinga, South Australia.
Married: Robert James HERRICK.
Date: 29 March 1922.
Place: CE Rectory, Willunga, South Australia.
Lancelot Henry Osborne LOVELOCK.
Born: 08 April 1897, Willunga, South Australia.
Died: 14 June 1967, Woodville, South Australia, aged 70 years.
Married: Olive Louisa PETHICK.
Date: 17 July 1937.
Place: Methodist Church, Pirie Street, Adelaide, South Australia.
Mansfield Charles LOVELOCK.
Born: 20 June 1899, Willunga, South Australia.
Married: Christina Elizabeth FOX.
Date: 19 February 1930.
Place: All Souls Church, St Peters, South Australia.
Cecil Keith LOVELOCK.
Born: 11 April 1902, Aldinga, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
on 2011-10-15 03:30:30
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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