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TONKIN John married Susan ABBOTT 1858

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Marriage details for John and Susan.


Groom: John TONKIN.
Age: 23 years.
Status: Not recorded.
Father: John TONKIN.

Bride: Susan ABBOTT.
Age: 23 years.
Status: Not recorded.
Father: Stephen ABBOTT.

Date married: 16 June 1858.
Place: Residence of Simon MITCHELL, Redruth, South Australia.

Deaths for John and Mary not located.

Seven children located South Australian records for John and Susan.


[1]

Charles TONKIN.
Born: 1859, Redruth, South Australia.
Died: -
Married: Eliza Jane Champion HAND.
Date: 10 February 1886.
Place: Residence of Charles Tonkin, East Moonta, South Australia.
Married: Alma Ann HAND.
Date: 01 February 1908.
Place: Residence of B. HAND, Wallaroo Mine, South Australia.


[2]

William TONKIN.
Born: 09 November 1862, Crafers, South Australia.
Died: -


[3]

Emma TONKIN.
Born: 07 April 1864, Kooringa, South Australia.
Died: -


[4]

Thomas Henry TONKIN.
Born: 07 February 1866, Kooringa, South Australia.
Died: -


[5]

Alfred TONKIN.
Born: 14 October 1867, Kooringa, South Australia.
Died: -


[6]

Alice TONKIN.
Born: 08 August 1873, Moonta Mines, South Australia.
Died: 08 May 1875, East Moonta, South Australia, aged 1 year.


[7]

Amelia TONKIN.
Born: 27 June 1880, East Moonta, South Australia.
Died: 01 September 1880, East Moonta, aged 9 weeks.




Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

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

Updated 07 December 2011.

Surnames: ABBOTT HAND MITCHELL TONKIN
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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