Mary Isabel Edmonds

(1878 - 1943)
FatherJohn Hinton Edmonds b. 2 May 1846, d. 23 Jan 1889
MotherMary Louisa Puplett b. 7 Jan 1852, d. 4 May 1899
ChartsWilliam Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart
RelationshipSister of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:Percy Charles Kaines (1879 - 1967)
     Children:

Life Events

     Mary Isabel Edmonds was born on 15 February 1878 in Virginia, South Australia, daughter of John Hinton Edmonds and Mary Louisa Puplett.1

In 1905, Mary, married Percy Charles Kaines, son of Oscar Kaines and Harriette Louise Peregalli, in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia.2

She died in 1943, aged 64 years, in Manly, New South Wales, Australia.2

Citations

  1. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.
  2. [S123] NSWs Birth, Deaths & Marriages, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/…

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Percy Charles Kaines1

(1879 - 1967)
FatherOscar Kaines2
MotherHarriette Louise Peregalli2
ChartsWilliam Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart

Spouse:Mary Isabel Edmonds (15 February 1878 - 1943)
     Children:

Life Events

     Percy Charles Kaines was born in 1879 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia, son of Oscar Kaines and Harriette Louise Peregalli.2

In 1905, Percy, married Mary Isabel Edmonds, daughter of John Hinton Edmonds and Mary Louisa Puplett, in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia.1

In 1963 Percy wasliving at 39 May Road, Deewhy, New South Wales, Australia.3

He died in 1967, aged 88 years, in St Leonards, New South Wales, Australia.1

Citations

  1. [S123] NSWs Birth, Deaths & Marriages, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/…
  2. [S136] Ancestry.com.au, online http://search.ancestry.com.au
  3. [S119] Australian Electoral Roll, date as recorded above.

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Maude Hinton Edmonds

(1879 - 1879)
FatherJohn Hinton Edmonds b. 2 May 1846, d. 23 Jan 1889
MotherMary Louisa Puplett b. 7 Jan 1852, d. 4 May 1899
ChartsWilliam Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart
RelationshipSister of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Life Events

     Maude Hinton Edmonds was born on 15 August 1879 in Virginia, South Australia, daughter of John Hinton Edmonds and Mary Louisa Puplett.1

She died on Thursday, 21 August 1879, aged 6 days, in Virginia, South Australia, from convusions.2

Citations

  1. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.
  2. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.

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Gertrude Hinton Edmonds

(1880 - 1927)
FatherJohn Hinton Edmonds b. 2 May 1846, d. 23 Jan 1889
MotherMary Louisa Puplett b. 7 Jan 1852, d. 4 May 1899
ChartsWilliam Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart
RelationshipSister of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:Frederick William Pyle (5 March 1878 - 10 March 1965)
     Children:

Life Events

     Gertrude Hinton Edmonds was born on 1 November 1880 in Baratta, South Australia, daughter of John Hinton Edmonds and Mary Louisa Puplett.1

On 9 February 1899 Gertrude was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia, with scarlet fever. She was discharged on 22 March, 1899.2

On 29 April 1903, Gertrude, aged 22, married Frederick William Pyle, aged 25, son of Thomas John Pyle and Alice Rose, in St Oswald's Church in Parkside, South Australia. Their attendants were J.D. Hogg, carpenter, of Collins Street, Adelaide and the grooms sister, Alice Maude Pyle of Young Street, Parkside. Both bride and groom also came from Young Street, Parkside.3

She died, at home from scleroderma, general toxaemia and heart failure, on 22 September 1927 in Frederick Street, Parkside, South Australia, aged 46.4,5

Gertrude was buried in the Church of England Cemetery, Mitcham, South Australia.

Probate was granted on her estate, it was reported in the Chronicle", on 12 November 1927 . The value of her estate was £1,320 (approx. 2013 value = AU$507,400.00.)6

Citations

  1. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.
  2. [S63] Adelaide Hospital Admissions (published).
  3. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  4. [S15] Person named on headstone in headstone photograph.
  5. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  6. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/

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Frederick William Pyle

(1878 - 1965)
FatherThomas John Pyle b. a Dec 1852, d. 23 Feb 1920
MotherAlice Rose b. a 1856, d. 25 Sep 1949
ChartsWilliam Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart

Spouse:Gertrude Hinton Edmonds (1 November 1880 - 22 September 1927)
     Children:

Life Events

     Frederick William Pyle was born on 5 March 1878 in Parkside, South Australia, son of Thomas John Pyle and Alice Rose.

On 29 April 1903, Frederick, aged 25, married Gertrude Hinton Edmonds, aged 22, daughter of John Hinton Edmonds and Mary Louisa Puplett, in St Oswald's Church in Parkside, South Australia. Their attendants were J.D. Hogg, carpenter, of Collins Street, Adelaide and the grooms sister, Alice Maude Pyle of Young Street, Parkside. Both bride and groom also came from Young Street, Parkside.1

In 1905 he a paperhanger living in Blyth Street, Parkside, South Australia.2

In 1919 he In 1909 and 1919 Directory he was a house decorator living in "Kia Ora", 93 Frederick Street, Parkside, South Australia.2

He died on Wednesday, 10 March 1965, aged 87 years and 5 days, in Adelaide, South Australia, He had been living in Unley before becoming ill.3

Citations

  1. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  2. [S82] Unknown author, S.A. Directory.
  3. [S6] Death records, SAGHS CD Deaths 1916-1972.

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William Bennett Edmonds

(1817 - 1870)
FatherJohn Edmonds b. 27 Oct 1782, d. 23 Jun 1856
MotherRuth Hinton b. a Dec 1781, d. 8 Jan 1856
ChartsDaryl Edmonds Pedigree
William Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart
Daryl's pedigree
RelationshipGrandfather of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:Elizabeth Ann Evans (about 1822 - 19 April 1885)
     Children:

William Bennett Edmonds (a drawing from Elizabeth's scrapbook, in the archives of the SA State Library, thought to be William)

Life Events

     William Bennett Edmonds was born on 29 July 1817 in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, son of John Edmonds and Ruth Hinton.1

On 15 March 1838 he married Elizabeth Ann Evans, daughter of John Evans and Ann Chapman, in the Parish Church, Poplar, Middlesex, England. The witnesses were Eliza Jane Payne and James Lovegrove. On the marriage certificate John and William Edmonds' rank or profession was "Gent" and John Evans was a "Silkwinder". Before getting married Elizabeth had been living in Poplar, Middlesex.2

William and Elizabeth left London, Greater London, England, on board "Duke of Roxburghe" via Portsmouth on 2 April 1838.3 On 27 July 1838 they arrived in Holdfast Bay, South Australia.3

William and Elizabeth returned to England, probably in the second half of 1839, possibly because they had word that Elizabeth's father was seriously ill or had died, and to gather their goods and chattels, having decided to emigrate to South Australia.

William and Elizabeth emigrated on 4 April 1840 from England, bound for Australia, accompanied by Elizabeth's recently-widowed mother, Ann Evans, leaving London at 2 p.m. on board "Fairlie", with Captain Edward Garrett in command.
An extract from a diary kept by James Bowley:
"The two steam tugs, "SAMSON" and "LONDON" towed them to Gravesend, where the ship anchored at 6pm.
On April 5th - they were towed another five miles towards the Channel and at 5.30pm anchored off The Mouse (in the Thames Estuary).
Next day the steamers took them to Margate Roads where they anchored at 4pm ('Roads - a safe anchorage off a port - R H Parsons).
April 7th at 10am - the FAIRLIE sailed from Margate Road, with all sail set, passing the Lizard (Cornwall) on the 8th at 10pm, despite having the jib-boom carried away at 4pm that day. All the passengers became very ill in this first encounter with the deep sea and, due to the fresh breeze, the top sails were reefed."
They arrived in Port Adelaide on the 7th July, 1840.3

From "Papers Relating to South Australia": "Sections 756, 757, 761, 761 Barton Farm William B. Edmonds 3 acres potatoes, 1 acre of garden. Watered by the Onkaparinga. Extent of land: 10 acres with dog-leg fence. Remarks: A dwelling house, hut, stock yards, etc."4

On 17 July 1840 he was appointed Chief Clerk of the Lands Office under Charles Sturt, Adelaide, South Australia.5

On 9 September 1840 he was granted selection No. 2032 of 21 acres at Meadows by the Land Office.

William Bennett Edmonds appeared on the census of 1841 in South Australia, He was living on South Terrace, Adelaide. Also in the house was his wife Elizabeth and his mother-in-law, Ann Evans nee Chapman. There was also 1 male under 14 and one female under 7.6

William had a notice in the 27th March, 1841 "Register Personal Notes"
"Birth - On Sunday 21st ins., the lady of W. B. Edmonds Esq., of a daughter."7

William had a notice in the edition of 31st Dec, 1842 of the "Register Personal Notes":-
Births - "On 23rd inst., the lady of W. B. Edmonds, Esq., of Westwood, of a daughter."7

In 1843 S. A. Land Returns for 1843 - Meadows and Eyre's Flat: Edmonds W. B., Westwood, 42 acres wheat, 8 acres barley, 1 acre potatoes, 1 acre garden.8

On 20 July 1844 William had a notice in the "Register Personal Notes", 20th July, 1844:-
Births - "On the 18th. instant, at Berryfield, Mrs. W. B. Edmonds, of a daughter."7

William was a brewer in Hammersmith, South Australia, but was declared insolvent on 25th September, 1846.

In 1851 William was a brewer in Noarlunga, South Australia.
A quote from "S.A. Register", 14 March 1851:- " At the foot of the hill on entering, in an excavation at its side, is a brewery erected by Mr. W. B. Edmonds. It appears Edmonds built the brewery: a malt house is lately attached enabling him to make his own malt and supply that article to the public. Mr. Edmonds is an ale brewer, whose beer we think deserves patronage and encouragement. Though it may derive no advantage from any recommendation of ours, we believe the beverage to be pure, honest and undrugged, we know no more not being either a publican or connoisseur."9

In March 1861 he was appointed as a Clerk of Court in Kadina, South Australia,

A notice in the "The South Australian Register", Saturday, 16 March, 1861:-

"We learn that Mr. William Bennett Edmonds was yesterday appointed Clerk
of the new Local Court, lately established in Kadina, Wallaroo".

On 9 September 1862 William was a witness at the Marriage of William Fisher and his daughter Anne Isabel Edmonds in Christ Church, Kadina, South Australia.10

He died, "a gentleman", of debility and disease of the heart, on 1 August 1870 in Goolwa, South Australia, aged 53 years and 3 days.11

He was buried 3 August 1870 in Currency Creek Cemetery, Currency Creek, South Australia, in plot 234?
His grave is unmarked.12

William had an obituary in the "Register Personal Notes":-
"Death - Edmonds - On the 1st August, at Goolwa, William Bennett Edmonds, aged 53 years. Wiltshire papers please copy."13

Citations

  1. [S182] England & Wales Non-Conformist Record Indexes, online unknown url.
  2. [S8] Poplar Marriage Register: unknown manuscript info, unknown repository.
  3. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  4. [S126] Unknown compiler, Papers Relative to South Australia.
  5. [S77] S.A. Govt. Gazette.
  6. [S26] 1841 Census return, Adelaide, Page 49 Line 1.
  7. [S21] Unknown author Register Personal Notes.
  8. [S75] Andrew & Sandra Twining, S. A. Land Returns for 1843.
  9. [S76] Hallett Shuard & David Tuckwell, Brewers and Aerated Water Manufacturers.
  10. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  11. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  12. [S62] Alexandrina Council Council Records, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  13. [S22] Unknown author Register Personal Notes 2.
  14. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.

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Elizabeth Ann Evans

(a 1822 - 1885)
FatherJohn Evans
MotherAnn Chapman b. 1785, d. 16 Sep 1857
ChartsDaryl Edmonds Pedigree
William Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart
Daryl's pedigree
RelationshipGrandmother of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:William Bennett Edmonds (29 July 1817 - 1 August 1870)
     Children:

Life Events

     Elizabeth Ann Evans was born about 1822 in England, daughter of John Evans and Ann Chapman.

On 15 March 1838 Elizabeth was living in Poplar, Middlesex, England.1

On 15 March 1838 he married William Bennett Edmonds, son of John Edmonds and Ruth Hinton, in the Parish Church, Poplar, Middlesex, England. The witnesses were Eliza Jane Payne and James Lovegrove. On the marriage certificate John and William Edmonds' rank or profession was "Gent" and John Evans was a "Silkwinder". Before getting married Elizabeth had been living in Poplar, Middlesex.1

Elizabeth and William left London, Greater London, England, on board "Duke of Roxburghe" via Portsmouth on 2 April 1838.2

On 27 July 1838, she arrived in On "Duke of Roxburghe", Glenelg, South Australia. On 27 July 1838 they arrived in Holdfast Bay, South Australia.2

Elizabeth and William emigrated on 4 April 1840 from England, bound for Australia, accompanied by Elizabeth's recently-widowed mother, Ann Evans, leaving London at 2 p.m. on board "Fairlie", with Captain Edward Garrett in command.
An extract from a diary kept by James Bowley:
"The two steam tugs, "SAMSON" and "LONDON" towed them to Gravesend, where the ship anchored at 6pm.
On April 5th - they were towed another five miles towards the Channel and at 5.30pm anchored off The Mouse (in the Thames Estuary).
Next day the steamers took them to Margate Roads where they anchored at 4pm ('Roads - a safe anchorage off a port - R H Parsons).
April 7th at 10am - the FAIRLIE sailed from Margate Road, with all sail set, passing the Lizard (Cornwall) on the 8th at 10pm, despite having the jib-boom carried away at 4pm that day. All the passengers became very ill in this first encounter with the deep sea and, due to the fresh breeze, the top sails were reefed."
They arrived in Port Adelaide on the 7th July, 1840.2

She appeared on the census in 1841, in the household of William Bennett Edmonds in South Australia.3

On the 6th and 17th of February, 1883, Elizabeth placed obituaries in the "SA Register" reporting the death of her daughter, Ruth Hinton Edmonds, on Comongon Station, Queensland. At the time she was widowed, and living in Lucindale with the Dutton family.4

On 19 April 1885 she died at home from dysentery, in Musgrave Street, Goodwood, South Australia.5

Citations

  1. [S8] Poplar Marriage Register: unknown manuscript info, unknown repository.
  2. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  3. [S26] 1841 Census return, Adelaide, Page 49 Line 1.
  4. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/
  5. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.

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John Edmonds

(1782 - 1856)
FatherElimelech Edmonds b. a 1760, d. a Feb 1826
MotherAnn Bennett b. 10 Jan 1762
ChartsDaryl Edmonds Pedigree
Daryl's pedigree
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:Ruth Hinton (about December 1781 - 8 January 1856)
     Children:

Life Events

     John Edmonds was born on 27 October 1782 in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, son of Elimelech Edmonds and Ann Bennett.

On 15 March 1803, John, aged 20, married Ruth Hinton, daughter of John Hinton, in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England.1

John was listed in the Commercial Directory for Bradford-on-Avon for 1822 as a Clothier. Also listed as Clothiers was Yerbury, Tugwell, Edmonds & Co., also in Druces Hill, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England.2

On 22 March 1826 a notice appeared in "The London Gazette" as follows:
On 22 March 1826 a notice appeared in "The London Gazette" as follows:
Notice is hereby given that the Partnership lately subsisting between John Yerbury, Mawbey Tugwell (deceased), Elimelech Edmonds, (deceased), and Ezekiel Edmonds, of Bradford, in the County of Wilts, Clothiers, expired on the 31st day of December last by the effluxion of time.-
Witness our hands the 22d day of March 1826.
John Yerbury,
Thos. Tugwell,
John Yerbury,
Executors of Mawbey Tugwell, deceased
John Edmonds,
Ezekiel Edmonds,
Executors of Elimelech Edmonds, deceased,
Ezekiel Edmonds.3


In 1830 woollen cloth manufacturers Yerbury, Edmonds & Edmonds were operating on Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon. This partnership was between Frank Yerbury and brothers John and Ezekiel Edmonds.4

John, age 58, appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 in Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England. Household members were John, 59, clothier, his wife Ruth, 59 and son Samuel, 22 and 2 servants, Elizabeth Usher age 23 and James Hancock, 30.5

It appears that the Edmonds' family business was dissolved, as a notice appeared in Perry's Bankrupt Gazette on 25 December 1847 of the dissolution of the partnership between Ezekiel Edmonds, John Edmonds and Ezekiel Edmonds, junior, "woolen manufacturers, Bradford, 1st January last".6

In 1848 he was Proprieter of John Edmonds & Co., Woollen Cloth Manufacturers in Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England.7

He died on Monday, 23 June 1856, aged 73 years, 7 months and 27 days, in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England.1

Citations

  1. [S242] Trevor Edmonds, "Trevor's research," e-mail to Daryl Edmonds.
  2. [S110] Piggott's, 1822 Bradford-on-Avon Directory.
  3. [S179] From "The London Gazette."
  4. [S98] Unknown agency, Wiltshire Directory 1830.
  5. [S92] 1841 UK Census.
  6. [S248] The British Newspaper Archive, online http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/search
  7. [S96] Unknown agency, Wiltshire Directory 1842.
  8. [S89] 1861 UK Census.
  9. [S9] IGI, online http://www.familysearch.org

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Ruth Hinton

(a 1781 - 1856)
FatherJohn Hinton b. a 1750, d. 1821
ChartsDaryl Edmonds Pedigree
Daryl's pedigree
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:John Edmonds (27 October 1782 - 23 June 1856)
     Children:

Life Events

     Ruth Hinton was born about December 1781 in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, daughter of John Hinton.1

On 15 March 1803, Ruth, married John Edmonds, aged 20, son of Elimelech Edmonds and Ann Bennett, in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England.2

She appeared on the census on 6 June 1841, in the household of John Edmonds in Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, as his wife, age 59.1

She died on Tuesday, 8 January 1856, in Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, from Dropsy of the Pericardium that she'd had for several months and after she'd had bronchitis for 14 days. The informant was Elizabeth Harding of Whitehead's Lane, who " made her X mark", was "present at the death".3,4

Citations

  1. [S92] 1841 UK Census.
  2. [S242] Trevor Edmonds, "Trevor's research," e-mail to Daryl Edmonds.
  3. [S18] Free BMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/
  4. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  5. [S9] IGI, online http://www.familysearch.org

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Mary Elizabeth Edmonds

(1841 - 1934)
FatherWilliam Bennett Edmonds1 b. 29 Jul 1817, d. 1 Aug 1870
MotherElizabeth Ann Evans b. a 1822, d. 19 Apr 1885
ChartsWilliam Bennett Edmonds Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of Ernest Harry Edmonds

Spouse:Edward Ernest Dutton (13 October 1832 - 29 January 1887)
     Children:

Life Events

     Mary Elizabeth Edmonds was born on 21 March 1841 in Westwood, South Australia, daughter of William Bennett Edmonds and Elizabeth Ann Evans.

On 13 October 1860, Mary, aged 19, married Edward Ernest Dutton, aged 28, son of George Dutton and Sarah Kerridge, in St Michael's Church in Mitcham, South Australia. Witnesses were H. L. Aldersey and Sarah Maria Hallett.2,3

On 15 October 1860 from "Register Personal Notes": - "On the 13th October at St. Michaels, Mitcham, by the Reverend R. W. Needham, Edward Dutton, of Noarlunga, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William B. Edmonds of Mitcham."4

She died on Saturday, 10 March 1934, aged 92 years, 11 months and 17 days, in Beaumont, South Australia, from a mitral incompetence, from which she had been suffering for several years.

Prior to her death she had been living in Vansittart Place, Beaumont, South Australia.5

Mary was buried in the St George's Cemetery, Magill, South Australia.6

Mary had an obituary in "The Advertiser" Monday, March 6th, 1934
Mary had an obituary in "The Advertiser" Monday, March 6th, 1934
     Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Dutton, who died at her home, "Ferndale," Beaumont, recently, was born in Adelaide in March, 1842. She was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett Edmonds, and was married in St. Michael's Church, Mitcham, to Edward Dutton at the age of 18 years, and accompanied and assisted him in all his ventures, firstly, in a partnership brewery at Noarlunga, and secondly, in a brewing business at Yankalilla.
     In 1862 Mr. Dutton built the Goolwa brewery, and for some years this was worked to conjunction with the Yankalilla business, and in those days was a flourishing concern. From 1864 to 1878 the trade at Goolwa was buoyant and the present deserted wharves were taxed to their utmost to deal with the wool coming down the river for shipment at Victor Harbour either for overseas or Port Adelaide or Melbourne. In 1878 Mr. and Mrs. Dutton foresaw the slump which would take place in the River Murray trade owing to the centralisation policy, and the competition of Adelaide and Melbourne.
     They, therefore, in 1880, sold out as far as they were able all their Interests in the brewing business, and went to Ardune, near Lucindale, with their then young family, where a grazing property was acquired. Mrs. Dutton lived there until 1905, her husband having died previously, and went to "Ferndale," Beaumont, which property was purchased from the late Sir Samuel Davenport's Estate, where she remained with her only single daughter to the day of her death.
     Mrs. Dutton's surviving children are:—E. Ernest Dutton, of 63 Wattle street, Fullarton; Mrs. P. J Sinclair, of "Red Cottage," Blackwood; Miss E. Dutton, of "Ferndale." Beaumont: and Mrs. P W. Evans of Dulwich. She also left eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.7

Citations

  1. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.
  2. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  3. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  4. [S22] Unknown author Register Personal Notes 2.
  5. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  6. [S136] Ancestry.com.au, online http://search.ancestry.com.au
  7. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/

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