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You are not going to believe this ...
Posted by: Araminta Smith (ID *****1158) Date: March 14, 2004 at 04:49:55
In Reply to: Re: Birth Certificate Search maybe Ella by Araminta Smith of 2436

The marriages of the mothers of the two Hughes babies - or something. I'll leave you to sort it out - maybe you know more about it all but I'm totally confused. :)

Digger - South Australian Marriages, Registrations 1917-1937


Query
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Bride : hughes (114 matches)
Given names : elsie (2045 matches)
Total matching records: 5
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Groom: CHADWICK
Given names: Mark
Bride: HUGHES
Given names: Elsie Adelaide Annie
Date: 1917-04-09
Groom Age: 31
Status: S
Groom's Father: William CHADWICK
Bride Age: 35
Status: S
Bride's Father: Thomas HUGHES
Place: St James Church West Adelaide
District: Hin
Symbol:
Book/Page: 271/120
Cross Reference:


Digger - South Australian Marriages, Registrations 1917-1937


Query
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Bride : hughes (114 matches)
Given names : elsie (2045 matches)
Total matching records: 5
--------------------

Groom: SPRY
Given names: Thomas
Bride: HUGHES
Given names: Elsie Beatrice
Date: 1917-06-02
Groom Age: 41
Status: S
Groom's Father: Thomas SPRY
Bride Age: 30
Status: S
Bride's Father: Orlando HUGHES
Place: Res of Mr Langkow Wayville
District: Ade
Symbol:
Book/Page: 271/672
Cross Reference:


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