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RODDA Roland and Grace VINGOE

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Roland Vounder RODDA and Grace Lean VINGOE nee DAVEY.

Marriage details not located at time of posting.

There was a Roland Vounder RODDA died in Queensland on the 10 September 1872
and I expect this will be him. No age or parents were recorded.

Grace died 25 April 1911, Malvern, South Australia.
Age: 86 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Roland Vounder RODDA.

Grace's first marriage was to George VINGOE in Madron, Cornwall, on the
29 November 1841. Grace was 18 years old and her father was named as
Thomas DAVEY. George was 21 years old his father was named as William VINGOE.

Six children located South Australian records for Roland and Grace.
Roland was also recorded as Rowland.


Eva Davey RODDA.
Born: 20 June 1857, Naire, South Australia.
Died: 30 June 1857, Naire, South Australia.
Age: 10 days.


Sarah Vounder RODDA.
Born: circa 1859. (Birth not located)
Died: 08 March 1864, Kadina, South Australia.
Age: 05 years.


Sophia Vounder RODDA.
Born: 01 January 1861, Penrice, South Australia.
Died: 26 February 1864, Kadina, South Australia.
Age: 03 years.


Fanny Vounder RODDA.
Born: 30 March 1863, Kadina, South Australia.
Died: 07 March 1864, Kadina, South Australia.
Age: 01 year.


Lucy Davey RODDA.
Born: 14 May 1865, Kadina, South Australia.
Died: 19 December 1889, Penrice, South Australia.
Age: 24 years.
Status: Not recorded.


Roland Vounder RODDA.
Born: 21 October 1867, Kadina, South Australia.
Died: 20 August 1869, Kadina, South Australia.
Age: 01 year 10 months.

Cornwall OPC Database.
Registry of Deaths, Queensland.
Registry of Births and Deaths, South Australia.

JN 48908

Surnames: 48908 DAVEY RODDA VINGOE
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