SAWTELL James married Florence HOOPER 1881
Groom: Groom: Charles SAWTELL.
Age: 27 years.
Father: Edwin SAWTELL.
Bride: Bride: Florence Arabella HOOPER.
Age: 25 years.
Father: James HOOPER.
Date married: 12 April 1881.
Place: St Michaels Church, Mitcham, South Australia.
Charles was born 09 April 1854 in Adelaide, South Australia.
Parents named as Edwin SWATELL and Ann HEMMONS.
Charles died 03 April 1936 in Adelaide, South Australia.
Age: 82 years.
Residence: Adelaide, South Australia.
Florence died 1942 in New Zealand.
Age: 89 years.
Four children located South Australian records for Charles and Florence.
Gysbert Stockenstrom SAWTELL.
Born: 02 April 1882, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 1953 Queensland, Australia.
Olaf (aka Michael) SAWTELL.
Birth recorded as Olof SAWTELL.
Born: 20 August 1883, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 1971 Kings Cross, Sydney, New South Wales.
Married 1: Elizabeth POLE.
Date: 02 September 1919.
Place: Registry Office, Adelaide, South Australia.
Elizabeth was born 29 January 1882 in Upper Sturt, South Australia.
Parents named as William POLE and Elizabeth COTTRELL.
Married 2: Elsie Vanda GRANT.
Place: Sydney, New South Wales.
Elsie died 1984 in Chatswood, New South Wales.
Dorothy Wynford SAWTELL.
Born: 05 September 1884, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 1963 New Zealand.
Age: 78 years.
Married: Allan CRAIG.
Place: New Zealand.
Born: 01 March 1889, North Adelaide, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Registry of Deaths, Queensland.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, New South Wales.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, New Zealand.
With my thanks to whiting
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on 2012-07-31 05:14:04
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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