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Golden Wedding Anniversary - South Australia

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  • Mary Elizabeth Cawte (1880 - 1963)
    Mary Elizabeth Dalby was the daughter of George Dalby and Maria Giles.CAWTE—DALBY.— On the 25th February, at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. AlLen, by the Rev. John Lloyd, Frederick James Caw...
  • James "Frederick" Cawte (1877 - 1971)
    Frederick James Cawte or James Frederick CawteMr. Fred Cawte, President Murray Bridge Rowing Club 1937.CAWTE—DALBY.— On the 25th February, at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. AlLen, by the Rev...
  • Douglas Duthy (1884 - 1964)
    Douglas Duthy was the son of John George Duthy and Mary Dyer, he married Jane Bookless Givens in 1907 in Broken Hill, NSW, Australia.Children of Douglas Duthy and Jane Bookless Givens* William George D...
  • Rebecca Hancock (1850 - d.)
    Rebecca HailesHANCOCK— SMITH.— On the 18th July, 1870, at Riverton, by James Houghton, Church of England minister, Joseph, eldest surviving son of the late John Hancock, to Rebecca, widow of the late F...
  • Agnes Thomas (1849 - 1925)
    Agnes CrossGOLDEN WEDDINGSTHOMAS— CROSS.— On the 3rd August, 1870, by the Rev. G. W. Patchell, at the residence of the bride's parents, Agnes, only daughter of Charles and Charlotte Cross, of East-stre...

please add couples who celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary who lived in South Australia. Please also consider finding the notices in the newspaper and adding them to the profile.

If we cannot find them on the tree yet, we will record it here to be copied over when profile is created or found.

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  • Rebecca Duck of Mallala and John Baker

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