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KUHN marriages 1868-1915 South Australia

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KUHN marriages 1868-1915 South Australia.

KUHN (males)

W Julius
married: 1868 Mary Jane BOND.

married: 1870 Caroline ELIX.

John Charles Ernest
married: 1874 Louisa SCHENSCHER.

Friedrich Wilhelm
married: 1879 Anna Elisabeth HARTWIG.

married: 1881 Mary Paine SHEPHERDS.

Frederich Wilhelm
married: 1902 Louisa Emma FISCHER.

John William
married: 1903 Ada CARPENTER.

Karl Hermann
married: 1907 Emma Wonda LEHMANN.

Gustav Adolph
married: 1911 Ernstine Caroline KRUGER.

KUHN (females)

Johanne Luise
married: 1871 Johann Christian MADER.

Isabella Mary
married: 1883 Gustav Hermann August RISCHMUELLER.

Wilhelmine Renate
married: 1892 Friedrich Wilhelm Carl GABEL.

Martha Emilie
married: 1894 Johann Christian LANGE.

Selma Augusta
married: 1894 Heinrich Walter BEVILAQUA.

married: 1897 Wilhelm NICKOLAI.

Agnes Ameline Lydia
married: 1898 Ernest Gustav WEHRMANN.

married: 1898 Ernest GADE.

Alwine Martha
married: 1899 Friedrich Wilhelm NITSCHKE.

Augusta Wilhelmine
married: 1900 Ernest Trawgott Oswald BARTSCH.

Bertha Alvina
married: 1901 James Watt ROY.

Naomi Esther
married: 1902 Carl Reinhold HOHNBERG.

Mary Ellen
married: 1907 Charles MCLEAN.

Mary Alwina
married: 1908 Allen WILKSCH.

Violet Elenora
married: 1910 Robert William LORIMER.

Emilie May
married: 1910 Carl Reinhold HOHNBERG.

Annie Alice
married: 1914 William George MILLER.

Margaret Elizabeth
married: 1915 Oliver Lewis MILLER.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the KUNN lines.

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by janilye on 2017-11-25 23:53:18

Rev. Wilhelm Julius Kuhn. 1828 - 1913
The Rev. W. J. Kuhn, was one of the first Moravian missionaries in South
Australia. He died on 2 June 1913 at the residence of his daughter (Mrs.Harry W. Bevilaqua), Victoria Park, Western Australia. The Rev. Kuhn was one of the founders of the Point Pearce aboriginal mission station,
and after leaving that neighbourhood he conducted farming operations at Maitland, Yorke's Peninsula and then finally moving to Western Australia. His wife, Mary Jane Bond, married 27 August 1868 at the Manse, Kadina was sister-in-law of Sir John Colton ).
She died on 9 September 1912 in Victoria Park, age 83.
Mr. Kuhn was ordained on July 24, 1864, in the town of Herrnhut, Saxony, the centre of Moravian missionary enterprise. The Moravians, or United
Brethren as they are now called.
Mr. Kuhn was one among four who arrived in Melbourne on November 28, 1864. The Rev. Kuhn and the Rev Mr. Hagenauer had their first experience of
mission work at Ramayuh Native Mission, Gippsland, where they lived in a little pine house of two rooms, which they built themselves. In 1866, Wilhelm Julius Kuhn was invited to South Australia for the purpose of forming a mission station on Yorke's Peninsula.
Buried at Karrakatta

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