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JUCKES William married Emma ELFENBEIN 1897

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Marriage details for William and Emma.


Groom: William Richard JUCKES.
Age: 40 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Richard JUCKES.

Bride: Emma Augusta ELFENBEIN.
Age: Not recorded.
Status: Single.
Father: Charles Frederick Heinrich ELFENBEIN.

Date married: 05 April 1897.
Place: Residence of Mrs. ELFENBEIN, Goolwa, South Australia.

William died 03 November 1915 in Morgan, South Australia, aged 59 years.

Emma's death not located.
Emma's parents were Charles Frederick Heinrich ELFENBIEN and Hannah MCNICOL.
Emma was born in Goolwa, South Australia on 24 October 1871.

Emma remarried on the 07 May 1921 to the 66 year old widower Edward James SPARKES. They were married in the Methodist Church, Kent Town, South Australia.

Two children located South Australian records for William and Emma.


[1]

Henry Cecil JUCKES
Born: 03 March 1898, Goolwa, South Australia.
Died. 15 January 1914, Kapunda, South Australia, aged 15 years.


[2]

Edith Augusta JUCKES
Born: 17 July 1905, Millicent, South Australia.
Died: -
Married: Charles Henry Seafield STARR.
Date: 13 June 1933.
Place: Maughan Church Vestry, Adelaide, South Australia.

Sources:

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.

Updated 22 December 2011.

Surnames: ELFENBIEN JUCKES MCNICOL SPARKES STARR
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