ROENNFELDT John married Alice JEFFREY 1891
Marriage details for John and Alice.
Groom: John Frederick William ROENNFELDT.
Age: 24 years.
Father: Franz ROENNFELDT.
Bride: Alice JEFFREY.
Age: 21 years.
Father: George JEFFREY.
Date married: 30 September 1891.
Place: Residence of Gottlied WALKER, Laura, South Australia.
The birth of John Frederick William ROENNFELDT was recorded as Johann Friedrich Wilhelm RONNFELDT. He was born on the 07 October 1866 at Greenock, South Australia. Parents named as Franz Ludwig RONNFELDT and Louise Mathilde GRAMP. John died at Lower Mitcham, South Australia, on the 20 February 1952, aged 85 years.
Alice JEFFREY was born on the 04 November 1869 at Waitpinga, South Australia. Her parents were George JEFFREY and Mary TONKIN. Alice died at Laura, South Australia, on the 08 August 1909, aged 39 years.
Two children located South Australian records for John and Alice.
Frank Bertram ROENNFELDT.
Born: 09 July 1892, Laura, South Australia.
Died: 1956 Plantagenet, Western Australia.
Age: 63 years.
Edmund John ROENNFELDT.
Born: 01 November 1898, Laura, South Australia.
Died: 16 May 1900, Laura, South Australia.
Age: 18 months.
John remarried a few years after Alice's death to Alice May BOWKER. They were married in the Baptist Church in Laura, South Australia, on the 12 September 1911. This time John was recorded as Johann Freidrich Wilhelm ROENNFELDT. There were children to this marriage but I have not followed these lines.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Registry of Deaths, Western Australia.
My thanks to familytreecircles members DorneP and Aussie1947 for their help with information on John (Johann) Roennfeldt.
Updated 29 October 2011.
on 2010-02-11 00:00:12
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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