BOYS Hurtle married Elizabeth Grant 1886
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Marriage details for Hurtle and Elizabeth.
Groom: Hurtle Alfred BOYS.
Age: 24 years.
Father: Frederick George Hurtle BOYS.
Bride: Elizabeth GRANT.
Age: 23 years.
Father: John GRANT.
Date married: 05 October 1886.
Place: Norwood district, South Australia.
Hurtle Alfred BOYS, son of Frederick George Hollis BOYS and Eliza NORMAN, was born on the 24 March 1863 at Aldinga, South Australia. Hurtle died on the 3 September 1921 at Woodville, South Australia, aged 58 years.
Elizabeth died on the 14 March 1932 in Woodville, South Australia, aged 69 years.
Three children located South Australian records for Hurtle and Elizabeth.
Gordon Grant BOYS.
Born: 18 January 1889, Norwood, South Australia.
Married: Dorothy Emma Seaborn JONES.
Date: 13 July 1916.
Place: St John's Church, Adelaide, South Australia.
John Erick BOYS.
Born: 30 March 1892 Norwood, South Australia.
Died: 25 June 1951, Woodville Park, South Australia, aged 59 years.
Married: Alice Hulda NILSON.
Date: 10 March 1917.
Place: Residence of Rev. A. G. SAUNDERS, Semaphore, South Australia.
Married: Stella Elizabeth Ann SQUIRE.
Date: 11 January 1937.
Place: Presbytery at Parkside, South Australia.
Born: 19 March 1894, Norwood, South Australia.
Died: 9 January 1965, Woodville, South Australia, aged 70 years.
Married: Hetty Laurance Mary ALLINGHAM.
Date: 24 April 1923.
Place: Methodist Manse, Semaphore, 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.
Updated 15 November 2011.
on 2011-06-05 21:02:46
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