STONE John married Blanche LYNCH 1900
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Marriage details for John and Blanche.
Groom: John Edward STONE.
Age: 24 years.
Father: Charles William STONE.
Bride: Blanche Berry McDonald LYNCH.
Age: 25 years.
Father: John Thomas Morgan LYNCH.
Date married: 21 April 1900.
Place: St Luke Church, Adelaide, South Australia.
John died 16 November 1955, Payneham, South Australia, aged 80 years.
Blanche died 08 April 1965, Beverley, South Australia, aged 90 years.
Deceased husband names as John Edward STONE.
Six children located South Australian records for John and Blanche.
Edward James William STONE.
Born: 16 October 1900, Adelaide, South Australia.
Married: Janie Augusta PASCOE.
Date: 01 May 1926.
Place: Methodist Church, Plympton, South Australia.
Adeline Elsie STONE.
Born: 11 January 1903, Adelaide, South Australia.
Married: Percy Jack BUTLER.
Date: 21 December 1929.
Place: Maughan Church, Adelaide, South Australia.
Hurtle John Charles STONE.
Born: 10 February 1904, Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 01 April 1972, Ingle Farm, South Australia, aged 68 years.
Married: Mary Elva MACGILLICUDDY.
Date: 29 March 1932.
Place: St Bedes Church, Semaphore, South Australia.
Raymond Arnold Lenington STONE.
Born: 17 March 1906, Norwood, South Australia.
Norman Arthur STONE
Born: 09 July 1907, Kent Town, South Australia.
Married: Alice Beulah Irene LOWRIE.
Date: 12 July 1932.
Place: Residence of Mrs. KOEHNE, Cowandilla, South Australia.
Laurence Herbert STONE.
Born: 01 October 1912, Kent Town, South Australia.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.
Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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