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Re: South Australian Adoption lookup please?
Posted by: Rhonda (ID *****7909) Date: October 09, 2009 at 05:33:35
In Reply to: South Australian Adoption lookup please? by Sandra Francis of 2436

Hi again

Henry STACY/STACEY and his first wife Sophia nee MUDGE had seven children between 1857 and 1874. Sophia died in 1876 and Henry married again in 1877.

South Australian Marriages, Registrations 1842-1916
Groom: Henry STACEY
Bride: Mary Jane PHILLIPS
Date: 1877-01-27
Groom Age: 40
Status: W
Groom's Father: Henry STACEY
Bride Age: 20
Status: S
Bride's Father: William PHILLIPS
Place: Parsonage Pirie St Adelaide
District: Ade / Book/Page: 110/346


Three children, including Alice, were born to Henry and Mary Jane.


Mary Jane STACEY nee PHILLIPS married again and had three more children with John COLLINS.

South Australian Marriages, Registrations 1842-1916
Groom: John COLLINS
Bride: Mary Jane STACEY
Date: 1896-07-31
Groom Age: 40
Status: S
Groom's Father: James COLLINS
Bride Age: 39
Status: W
Bride's Father: William PHILLIPS
Place: Res of Rev J W Bamber Semaphore
District: PtA / Book/Page: 188/327


Rhonda



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