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VARCOE Thomas married Maria HORNSBY 1861

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Marriage details for Thomas and Maria.


Groom: Thomas VARCOE.
Age: 25 years.
Status: Not recorded.
Father: Robert VARCOE.

Bride: Maria HORNSBY.
Age: 18 years.
Status: Not recorded.
Father: Joseph HORNSBY.

Date married: 11 May 1861.
Place: Residence of Benjamin VARCOE, Hindmarsh Island, South Australia.

Thomas died 04 April 1912, Millicent, South Australia, aged 76 years.
Status: Married.
Note. Status at time of death appears to be wrong. No second marriage located.

Maria died 23 May 1911, Millicents, South Australia, aged 68 years.
Status: Married.
Husband named as Thomas VINCOE.

Four children located South Australian records for Thomas and Maria.


[1]

Benjamin VARCOE.
Born: 09 May 1862, Hindmarsh Island, South Australia.
Died: 23 May 1944, Mount Graham, South Australia, aged 82 years.
Status: Widower.

Married: Isabella Mary HOUSTON.
Date: 04 December 1888.
Place: St Michael Church, Millicent, South Australia.
Isabella died 14 February 1938, Mount Graham, aged 69 years.
Status: Married.
Husband named as Benjamin VARCOE.



[2]

Thomas VARCOE.
Born: 07 January 1866, Hindmarsh Island, South Australia.
Died: 03 March 1867, Goolwa, South Australia, aged 14 months.


[3]

Thomas Hornsby VARCOE.
Born: 02 May 1874, Mayurra, South Australia.
Died: 24 July 1962, Mount Gambier, South Australia, aged 88 years.
Status: Married.

Married: Myrtle Elizabeth SHEPHERD.
Date: 16 October 1907.
Place: Residence of C R SHEPHERD, Mount Gambier, South Australia.


[4]

William VARCOE.
Born: 29 September 1876, Head of Mount Muirhead, South Australia.
Died: -


Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Surnames: HORNSBY HOUSTON SHEPHERD VARCOE
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