RAGLESS George married Mary BLACKHAM 1890
Groom: George Charles RAGLESS.
Age: 36 years.
Father: John RAGLESS.
Bride: Mary Frances BLACKHAM.
Age: 33 years.
Father: William John BLACKHAM.
Date married: 29 January 1890.
Place: St Agnes Church at The Grange, South Australia.
George died 17 May 1944, Kensington Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 91 years.
Residence: Burnside, South Australia.
George was born 26 February 1853, Gipps Cross, South Australia.
Parents named as John RAGLESS and Eliza WILSON.
Mary died 04 April 1938, Prospect Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 83 years.
Residence: Enfield, South Australia.
Deceased husband named as George Charles RAGLESS.
Mary was born 13 June 1854, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Parents named as William John BLACKHAM and Elizabeth GUY.
Three children located South Australian records for George and Mary.
Ernest Stanley RAGLESS.
Born: 29 October 1890, Prospect, South Australia.
Married: Olive Jean SCOTT.
Date: 14 March 1924.
Place: Church of the Epiphany, Crafers, South Australia.
Minnie Frances RAGLESS.
Born: 12 July 1892, The Grange, South Australia.
Married: Leslie Daniel Burfitt RILEY.
Date: 31 December 1918.
Place: St Clements Church, Enfield, South Australia.
Leslie was born 09 February 1892 in Adelaide, South Australia.
Parents named as Daniel RILEY and Mary Ann BURFITT.
George Roy RAGLESS.
Born: 1894 Maitland, South Australia.
Died: 15 March 1956, Skilly, South Australia.
Age: 61 years.
Residence: Skilly, South Australia.
Married: Jean Dulcie CATFORD.
Date: 30 September 1931.
Place: St Matthews Church, Kensington, South Australia.
Jean was born 17 May 1901 near Auburn, South Australia.
Parents named as Thomas James CATFORD and Fanny CORNWALL.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
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