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TONKIN James married Elizabeth RUSSEL 1824

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James TONKIN and Elizabeth RUSSEL were married on the 17 July 1824 in St Buryan, Cornwall. The marriage was witnessed by Nicholas TINNER and William HUTCHENS.

Five children located Cornwall records for James and Elizabeth, but there may be more.


[1]

Elizabeth TONKIN.
Baptised: 02 February 1827, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -
Married: Thomas WHITE.
Date: 26 February 1848.
Place: St John Church, Adelaide, South Australia.


[2]

Mary TONKIN.
Baptised: 06 March 1829, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -
Married: William MITCHELL.
Date: 26 February 1848.
Place: St John Church, Adelaide, South Australia.


[3]

Martha TONKIN.
Baptised: 15 August 1830, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -
Married: John DE CONY.
Date: 17 June 1848.
Place: St John Church, Adelaide, South Australia.


[4]

Honor TONKIN bapt. 1834 St Buryan.
Baptised: 27 July 1834, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -
Married: James MURDOCK South Australia 1849.
Date: 13 October 1849.
Place: St John Church, Adelaide, South Australia.


[5]

Selina TONKIN bapt. 1840 St Buryan.
Baptised: 01 November 1840, St Buryan, Cornwall.
Died: -
Married: Edward JEFFERY South Australia 1858.
Date: 15 April 1858.
Place: Wesleyan Chapel, Yankalilla, South Australia.

John DE CONY. For reasons unknown to me John changed his name to Felix DE CAUX. But it may have been recorded wrong to start with.


Sources:

OPC Database.

Registry of Marriages, South Australia.


Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.

Updated 22 November 2011.

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