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OLIFENT Frank married Emma DANCKER 1872

Journal by tonkin

Information Journal.

Groom: Frank OLIFENT.
Age: 22 years.
Status: Single.
Father: James Smith OLIFENT.

Bride: Emma DANCKER.
Age: 20 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Heinrich DANCKER.

Date married: 21 March 1872.
Place: St John Church, Macclesfield, South Australia.

Frank died 12 May 1926, Glenelg, South Australia.
Age: 77 years.
Status: Married.

Possible parents for Frank may be James Smith OLIFENT and Eliza OYLER.
They had a few children in South Australia but no Frank recorded. Frank may have been born before they came to Australia.

Emma died 20 February 1946, Largs Bay, South Australia.
Age: 94 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Frank OLIFENT.

Birth note.
Emma was born 26 June 1851, Macclesfield, South Australia.
Parents named as Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm DANCKER and Jane Pratt SPECKLEY.

Four children located South Australia for Frank and Emma.


Herbert OLIFENT.
Born: 29 July 1874, Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: -


Born: 22 April 1878, Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 02 November 1963, Fullarton, South Australia.
Age: 85 years.
Residence: Malvern, South Australia.
Status: Married. (No marriage located)


Frank Arnold OLIFENT.
Born: 03 March 1880, Parkside, South Australia.
Died: -


Violet Emma OLIFENT.
Born: 11 February 1882, Parkside, South Australia.
Died: 13 December 1964, Semaphore Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 82 years.
Status: Single.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

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