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MATTHEWS Joseph married Honor TONKIN 1821

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Joseph MATTHEWS and Honor TONKIN were married in St Levan, Cornwall, on the 13 December 1821.
Witnesses to the marriage were Enoch TONKIN and Betsey HUTCHENS.

Nine children located Cornwall baptism records for Joseph and Honor, but there may be more.

So far I have located three of their children in the Victorian records that came to Australia.


[1]

Joseph MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 27 May 1821, St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[2]

Honor MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 27 March 1822, St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: 1898 Brighton, Victoria, aged 76 years.
Married: Joseph MATTHEWS.
Date: 04 November 1848.
Place: St Levan, Cornwall.
See Post: Joseph MATTHEWS married Honor MATTHEWS 1848.


[3]

Mary MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 27 July 1823, St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[4]

Elizabeth MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 14 March 1824 St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[5]

Mary MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 21 February 1824, St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[6]

Joseph MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 01 January 1826 St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[7]

Thomas MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 15 June 1826 St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: 1917 Timor, Victoria, Australia, aged 86 years.


[8]

James MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 01 May 1831, St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[9]

Richard MATTHEWS.
Baptised: 30 March 1834, St Levan, Cornwall.
Died: -


[10]

John Tonkin MATTHEWS.
Born: circa 1847. Birth not located.
Died: 1900 Timor, Victoria, Australia, aged 63 years.

Sources:

OPC Database.

Registry of Deaths, Victoria.


Corrections and further details regarding marriages and deaths to update my records would be appreciated. Thank you.

Updated 07 January 2012.

Surnames: HUTCHENS MATTHEWS TONKIN
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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