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BRISTOW Charles married Sarah HODBY 1879

Journal by tonkin

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Groom: Charles Edwin BRISTOW.
Age: 33 years.
Status: Single.
Father: Henry BRISTOW.

Bride: Sarah Ann HODBY.
Age: 23 years.
Status: Single.
Father: John HODBY.

Date married: 04 February 1879.
Place: Residence of William BROOKER, Stepney, South Australia.

Charles died 19 July 1921 in Kent Town, South Australia.
Age: 75 years.
Status: Married.

Sarah's death not located at time of posting.

Three children located South Australian records for Charles and Sarah.


Lilian Broughton BRISTOW.
Born: 05 July 1880, Stepney, South Australia.
Died: 09 February 1970, Glenelg, South Australia.
Age: 89 years.
Status: Widow.

Married: Theodore George TRUDGEN.
Date: 20 October 1906.
Place: Methodist Church, East Adelaide, South Australia.

Theodore died 28 November 1963 in Somerton Park, South Australia.
Age: 81 years.
Status: Married.


Mabel Arthington BRISTOW.
Born: 02 July 1882, Stepney, South Australia.
Died: -

Married: Osman Ralph BOYCE.
Date: 12 April 1911.
Place: Residence of Charles Edwin BRISTOW, St Peters, South Australia.

Osman died 27 February 1964 in Adelaide, South Australia.
Age: 86 years.
Status: Married.


Lionel Leslie BRISTOW.
Born: 11 November 1885, Stepney, South Australia.
Died: 04 July 1955, Hove, South Australia.
Age: 69 year.
Status: Married.

Married: Maud Hilda Beatrice WILLIAMS.
Date: 17 February 1923.
Place: Draper Memorial Church, Adelaide, South Australia.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, South Australia.

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