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RETALLICK marriages 1857-1910 Victoria Australia

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RETALLICK marriages 1857-1910 Victoria Australia.

RETALLICK (males)

John
married: 1857 Mary FRAWLEY.

James
married: 1865 Margaret MARKS.

John
married: 1884 Janet IRELAND. (Registered 1885)

James
married: 1893 Laura MANN.

William
married: 1894 Florence MARSHALL.

William
married: 1896 Grace GROVES.

William
married: 1898 Cecelia Ainsworth SKEWES.

Joseph James
married: 1901 Esther BELLINGER.

Ernest Albert
married: 1904 Eliza MANN.

Samuel
married: 1905 Alice May THOMAS.

George
married: 1906 Mary PHILLIPS.

Francis James
maried: 1907 Lydia Ellen PFIEFFER.

John Haddy
married: 1909 Emma UREN.


RETALLICK (females)

Joannah *
married: 1858 Thomas Alexander YATES.

Mary Anne
married: 1861 James MORVELL.

Anne
married: 1861 James ROSS.

Charlotte
married: 1865 Isaac MORVEL.

Elizabeth
married: 1865 Smith GILES.

Mary Ann
married: 1868 James HARRIS.

Kate *
married: 1878 John PHILLIPS.

Elizabeth Walkey
married: 1881 Harry SIMMONS.

Annie
married: 1881 John OSBORN.

Catherine
married: 1896 Thomas GROSE.

Sarah Jane
married: 1893 John Thomas MCCANN.

Annie
married: 1895 George WYATT.

Elizabeth Carol
married: 1897 Albert James ADAMS.

Mary Jane
married: 1898 Theodore August SMITH.

Margaret
married: 1899 William WILLMOTT.

Louisa Maria
married: 1901 William James FARGHER.

Louisa Maud Mirian
married: 1901 Arthur Gilbert GUNN.

Matilda
married: 1902 Robert ROSEWALL.

Mary
married: 1903 Benjamin MCDONALD.

Francis Elizabeth
married: 1909 Thomas SANGSTER.

Maude Beatrice
married: 1909 James Thomas BOOTH.

Ethel
married: 1910 Stephen NORTHEY.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the RETALLICK lines.

* Joannah and Kate.
See comments from NebMaatRe below.

JN 54355

by tonkin Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2013-03-26 05:53:36

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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Comments

by NebMaatRe on 2013-10-08 22:46:02

Kate who marries John Phillips in 1878 is the illegitimate daughter of Johanna (mispelled on the register as Joannah) who marries Thomas Yates in 1858. Some family histories have them as sisters who travelled out together from Cornwall, but Johannna did not have a sister of this name.

by tonkin on 2013-10-09 06:02:02

Thank you for your comment NebMaatRe.

This appears to be the birth and death for your Kate RETALLICK married to John PHILLIPS in Victoria in 1878.

BIRTH/BAPTISM.

Name: Catharine Burton RETALLICK.
Born: 30 May 1853.
Baptised: 29 October 1854, St Columb Major, Cornwall.
Father: Not recorded.
Mother: Joanna.

DEATH.

Nane: Kate PHILLIPS.
Died: 1937 Rutherglen, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 84 years.
Father: Edward Burston RETALLICK.
Mother: Joanna unknown.

If anyone has Kate's marriage certificate for 1878 they may be able to confirm Kate's parents named on the certificate.

Looking at the Cornwall and Australian records there is nothing to indicate Johanna and Kate were sisters.

by tonkin on 2013-10-10 04:41:26

Baptism and death for Joanna RETALLICK.

BAPTISM.

Name: Joanna RETALLICK.
Baptised 01 January 1837, St Columb Major, Cornwall.
Father: William.
Mother: Catherine.

DEATH.

Name: Johanna YATES.
Died: 1876 Victoria, Australia.
Age: 40 years.
Father: William RETALLICK.
Mother: Catherine unknown.

by NebMaatRe on 2013-10-11 04:28:46

Kate names her parents as Edward Retallick, Storekeeper and Johanna Burton. A note from the celebrant indicates he has some doubts.

Since her mother is known to be Johanna Retallick, and illegitimate children were often given the purported father's surname as a middle name, it can be assumed the father may have actually been Edward Burton.

A likely candidate has been identified in Edward Joseph Burton (1826 to 1900), a second generation storekeeper in that area of Cornwall.

Johanna and Thomas' eldest daughter Elizabeth (my ancestor) is one of the witnesses on the certificate.

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