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BLACKHAM Maurice married Elfrida EGGERS 1916

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Groom: Maurice Elton BLACKHAM.
Age: 22 years.
Status: Single.
Father: James Lynch BLACKHAM.

Bride: Elfrida Isabella EGGERS.
Age: 20 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Ferdinand Martin EGGERS.

Date married: 24 August 1916.
Place married: Methodist Church, Wasleys, South Australia.

Maurice died 09 September 1968 in Mallata, South Australia.
Age: 74 years.
Status: Married.
Residence: Two Wells, South Australia.
Wife named as Elfrida Isabella BLACKHAM.

Birth note.
Maurice was born 20 April 1894, Head of Dalkey, South Australia.
Parents named as James Lynch BLACKHAM and Agnes Emily LEATHART.
See Post: BLACKHAM James married Agnes LEATHART 1890

Elfrida died 17 April 1971 in Gawler, South Australia.
Age: 75 years.
Status: Widow.
Residence: Two Wells, South Australia.
Deceased husband named as Maurice Elton BLACKHAM.

Birth note.
Elfrida was born 27 August 1895 in Greenock, South Australia.
Parents named as Albert Ferdinant Martin EGGERS and Anna Maria SEVERIN.

Four children located South Australia for Maurice and Elfrida.


Ralph Melville BLACKHAM
Born: 14 July 1917, South Gawler, South Australia.


Esther Maureen BLACKHAM
Born: 09 March 1921, Maitland, South Australia.


Dorothy Margaret BLACKHAM
Born: 17 April 1924, Freeling, South Australia.


Heather Merle BLACKHAM
Born: 28 August 1926, Gawler, South Australia.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

Also See:
BLACKHAM marriages 1847-1900 South Australia

BLACKHAM marriages 1857-1910 Victoria Australia
BLACKHAM marriages 1911-1941 Victoria Australia

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