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RODDA Thomas and Susan MOYLE

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Thomas RODDA and Susan MOYLE.

Marriage and death details for Thomas not located at time of posting.

Possible death for Susan is 09 November 1884 in Wintanerta, South Australia.
Age: 56 years.
Status: Married.
Husband named as Thomas RODDA.

Three children located South Australian records for Thomas and Susan.


Thomas Henry RODDA.
Born: 16 November 1856, Allens Creek, South Australia.
Died: 04 December 1924, Boor Plains, South Australia.
Age: 67 years.
Status: Married.

Married: Barbara Jane MATTHEWS.
Date: 17 January 1880.
Place: Residence of Rev. R KELLY, Glenville, South Australia.

Barbara died 12 July 1944 in Alberton, South Australia.
Age: 85 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Thomas Henry RODDA.

See Post: RODDA Thomas married Barbara MATTHEWS 1880


William Charles RODDA.
Born: 23 March 1865, Moonta, South Australia.
Died: -

Married: Mary GARTRELL.
Date: 14 August 1886.
Place: Residence of the bride, Kadina, South Australia.

Mary died 23 April 1926 in Brompton, South Australia.
Age: 73 years.
Status: Married.
Husband named as William Charles RODDA.
Residence: Broken Hill, New South Wales.


Edward James RODDA.
Born: 20 June 1869, Moonta, South Australia.
Died: 1939, Broken Hill, New South Wales.

Married: Susan Edith MASTERS.
Date: 14 August 1895.
Place: PM Church, Redhill, South Australia.

Susan died 1914 in Broken Hill, New South Wales.

See Post: RODDA Edward married Susan MASTERS 1895

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Registry of Deaths, New South Wales.

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