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WICKMAN Andreas married Poitiers WEYMOUTH 1877

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Information Journal.

Groom: Andreas Gustaf WICKMAN.
Age: 33 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Hans WICKMAN.

Bride: Poitiers Adelaide WEYMOUTH.
Age: 28 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Ephraim WEYMOUTH.

Date married: 31 March 1877.
Place: Residence of Alfred TURNER, Adelaide, South Australia.

Andreas died 28 May 1880, Port Victor, South Australia.
Age: 36 years.
Residence: Port Victor, South Australia.
Status: Not recorded.

Birth note.
According to my information Andreas was born at sea in 1844.
Research to date has not confirmed Andreas birth details or parents.

Poitiers died 05 June 1942, Victor Harbor, South Australia.
Age: 93 years.
Status: Widow.
Residence: Victor Harbor, South Australia.
Deceased husband named as Gustav WICKMAN.

Two children located South Australian records for Andreas and Poitiers.


Arthur Herman WHICKMAN.
Born: 11 August 1878, Port Elliot, South Australia.
Died: 25 October 1962, Victor Harbor Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 84 years.
Status: Married.
Residence: Victor Harbor, South Australia.

Married: Mary Ann GOSDEN.
Date: 07 April 1909.
Place: Residence of C GOSDEN, Port Elliot, South Australia.


Amy Elizabeth WHICKMAN.
Born: 27 August 1879, Port Victor, South Australia.
Died: -

Married: Archibald Frederick BARTON.
Date: 22 November 1905.
Place: Congregational Church, Victor Harbor, South Australia.

Archibald died 13 May 1959, Springbank Hospital, South Australia.
Age: 50 years.
Status: Married.
Residence: Oaklands Park, South Australia.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

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