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Letitia Rehn (Lewis)

Also Known As: "Lydia Doyer", "Letitia Dyer", "Letetia Dyer"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Llangattock, Breconshire, Wales, United Kingdom
Death: July 13, 1897 (58-67)
Houghton, South Australia, Australia
Place of Burial: Houghton, South Australia, Australia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Lewis and N/N Lewis
Wife of Christofer (Christy) Dyer and John Rehn
Mother of Henry Dyer; Mary Ann Duthy; Ellen Gertrude Bilney; Alice Amelia Dyer and Florence Edith Dyer

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About Letitia Rehn

Letitia Lewis

Arrived in South Australia in 1863 with Lettitia Lewis

ship Sir John Lawrence, 700 tons, Captain Ellery, from London 20th August, Plymouth 5th September, 1863 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 14th December 1863

  • AP Dyer Christopher 33 Ploughman 446/2 Gloucester (1861 census, Llangattock Breconshire, with wife name indicated as Lydia)
    • * Letitia (Lewis) 29 FreeBMD married 1855 Breconshire, Monmouthshire
      • Mary Ann 5
      • Helen 1

Possible Marriage:

  • Name: Letitia Lewis
  • Marriage to: Christofer (Christy) Dyer Apr 1 1855
  • Parish Church, Hanelly, Brecon, Wales, UK

Second Marriage fathers name a reliable source but death fathers in Australia are often the next of kin

  • Name: Letitia Dyer
  • Father's name: Thomas Lewis
  • Spouse Name: John Rehn
  • Spouse's Father's Name: John Rehn
  • Marriage Date: 07 May 1890
  • Marriage Place: Adelaide
  • Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia
  • Page Number: 820
  • Volume Number: 163

Extract from Biography of Hon John Lewis, C.M.G., M.L.C Could Christy have gone there because of relatedness via wife Letitia Lewis?

"In 1872, with his brother James and others, Lewis went overland to the Northern Territory. En route, the government commissioned him as a courier between the constructing parties on the north and south ends of the overland telegraph line. At Palmerston (Darwin) he equipped and ran the Telegraph Prospecting and Goldmining Co.In 1876 he returned to South Australia."

http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/lewis-john-599

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Letitia Rehn's Timeline

1834
1834
Llangattock, Breconshire, Wales, United Kingdom
1856
1856
Llangattock, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom
1857
September 27, 1857
Wales, United Kingdom
1862
1862
England, United Kingdom
1871
March 1, 1871
Tea Tree Gully, South Australia, Australia
1873
December 7, 1873
Tea Tree Gully, South Australia, Australia
1897
July 13, 1897
Age 63
Houghton, South Australia, Australia
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Houghton, South Australia, Australia