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LAYCOCK Frederick married Elizabeth KERNICK 1888

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Marriage details for Frederick and Elizabeth.


Groom: Frederick James LAYCOCK.
Age: 34 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Richard LAYCOCK.

Bride: Elizabeth KERNICK.
Age: 26 years.
Status: Single.
Father: James KERNICK.

Date married: 18 July 1888.
Place: Residence of Rev. H HUSSEY, Hackney, South Australia.

Frederick died 05 September 1940, Parkside, South Australia, aged 86 years.
Status: Married.

Elizabeth died 27 July 1946, Parkside, South Australia, aged 84 years.
Status: Widow.
Deceased husband named as Frederick James LAYCOCK.

Four children located South Australian records for Frederick and Elizabeth.


[1]

Isabel Scott LAYCOCK.
Born: 04 July 1889, Norwood, South Australia.
Died: 24 May 1895, Brompton Park, South Australia, aged 05 years.


[2]

Doris LAYCOCK.
Born: 29 October 1891, Kensington, South Australia.
Died: 16 May 1860, Kingswood, South Australia, aged 68 years.
Status: Single.


[3]

Eunice Mary LAYCOCK.
Born: 17 July 1893, North Kensington, South Australia.
Died: 28 August 1960, Kingswood, South Australia, aged 67 years.
Status: Single.


[4]

Sylvia Grace LAYCOCK.
Born: 12 November 1902, Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: -
Married: William Edward John STANDISH.
Date: 10 October 1925.
Place: Willard Hall, Adelaide, South Australia.
William died 14 February 1967, St George Hospital, South Australia, aged 68 years.
Status: Married.
Residence: Kingswood, South Australia
.


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Surnames: KERNICK LAYCOCK STANDISH
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