CREASY John married Edith BERTRAM 1884
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Marriage details for John and Edith.
Groom: John CREASY.
Age: 21 years.
Father: James CREASY.
Bride: Edith Florence BERTRAM.
Age: 22 years.
Father: Dixon BERTRAM.
Date married: 18 February 1884.
Place: Residence of the groom, Armagh, South Australia.
John died 07 december 1945, Norwood, South Australia.
Death recorded under CRESSY.
Age: 83 years.
Status at time of death may be wrong. No second marriage located.
John was born 07 October 1862, Vicginia, South Australia.
Parents named as James CREASY and Ann WHITFIELD.
Edith died 27 January 1929, Norwood Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 68 years.
Residence: Tranmere, South Australia.
Husband named as John Sexton CREASY.
Four children located South Australian records for John and Edith.
Irene Clare CREASY.
Born: 26 March 1884, Clare, South Australia.
Died: 20 July 1964, Toorak Gardens Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 78 years.
Residence: St George's, South Australia.
Deceased husband named as George Samuel FREEMAN.
Married: George Samuel FREEMAN.
Date: 08 February 1910.
Place: St David Church, Burnside, South Australia.
George died 23 March 1955, Dulwich, South Australia.
Age: 72 years.
James Bertram CREASY.
Born: 10 January 1886, Yatala, South Australia.
Died: 27 October 1947, College Park Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 61 years.
Residence: Mannum, South Australia.
Married: Beatrice Mary BUNGAY.
Date: 26 March 1910.
Place: Baptist Church, Cherryville, South Australia.
Mary Faith CREASY
Born: 15 September 1900, Armagh, South Australia.
Douglas John CREASY.
Born: 09 February 1906, East Adelaide, South Australia.
Died: 22 January 1954, Spring Bank Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 43 years.
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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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