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MATTHEWS Thomas married Elizabeth SCOTT 1870

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Thomas Hurley MATTHEWS and Elizabeth SCOTT
were married in Victoria in 1870.

Thomas's death not located.

Elizabeth died 1924 in Kybybolite, South Australia aged 76 years.

Seven children located Victorian and South Australian records for Thomas and Elizabeth.


[1]

Ada Jane MATTHEWS.
Born: 1871 Edenhope, Victoria.
Died: 1936 Naracoorte, South Australia, aged 65 years.
Married: George Henry LIGHT.
Date: 28 March 1894.
Place: Residence of brides's father, Kybybolite, South Australia.


[2]

Cecelia May MATTHEWS.
Born: 1875 Edenhope, Victoria.
Died: -
Married: John LAMONT.
Date: 26 December 1911.
Place: Residence of James E THOMAS, Wayville, South Australia.


[3]

John Henry MATTHEWS.
Born: 1876 Lowan, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Naracoorte, South Australia, aged 72 years.


[4]

Jessie Charlotte MATTHEWS.
Born: 1878 Edenhope, Victoria.
Died: -


[5]

Isabell Marion MATTHEWS.
Born: 1881 Kybybolite Station, South Australia.
Died: 1966 North Adelaide, South Australia, aged 84 years.
Married: Alfred Horace WILLIAMS.
Date: 09 February 1910.
Place: St Andrew Presbyterian Church, Naracoorte, South Australia.


[6]

Edwin Scott MATTHEWS.
Born: 1883 Kybybolite Station, South Australia.
Died: 1924 Naracoorte, South Australia, aged 40 years.


[7]

Olive Blanche MATTHEWS.
Born: 1887 Newtown, South Australia.
Died: -


Sources:

Registry of Births and Marriages, Victoria.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.


Updated 08 April 2012.

Surnames: LAMONT LIGHT MATTHEWS SCOTT WILLIAMS
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