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Marriage 1877 TODD George - ATKINSON Sarah dist Clare Book 113 p.102

The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA) - Fri 2 Nov 1877 p.2
MARRIED
TODD - ATKINSON.-On the 10th of October, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Redhill, by the Rev. S. S. Moncrieff, George, the eldest son of Mr. James Todd, Broughton, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. James Atkinson, Broughton, formerly of Strathalbyn.

George Todd
Father: James Todd
Spouse: Elizabeth Kate Atkinson
Spouse's Father: James Atkinson
Marriage Date: 7 Oct 1885
Marriage Place: Yacka
Registration Place: Clare, SA
Book 145 p.123

Sarah died 1884 aged 27 or 29.

Kate died 1934 aged 71.

I can't see a marriage for James or births in SA.
 
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?? Vic.
ATKINSON
Elizabeth Cath
Birth
<Unknown Family Name>, Catherine
GOOD
<Unknown Family Name>, James
TOWERHILL
1861
3329/1861
 
South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA) - Wed 15 Oct 1856 p.2
BIRTH
On the 12th instant, at Long Valley, Strathalbyn, the wife of Mr. James Atkinson, of a daughter.
 
Death 1895 ATKINSON James (M) dist Clare Book 232 p.86

Death 1916 ATKINSON Charlotte (F) dist Clare Book 403 p.580

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA) - Thu 17 Aug 1916 p.6
DEATHS
ATKINSON.-On the 14th August, at her residence, Yacka, Charlotte, widow of the late James Atkinson, in her 84th year of age, leaving two sons and five daughters to mourn their loss.
 
The Express & Telegraph – Fri 3 Jan 1896 – is this James?
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/209054730?searchTerm=james atkinson Strathalbyn


death of another daughter – Margaret - Aug 1935
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/215837653?searchTerm=james atkinson Strathalbyn


James Atkinson b 14 April 1819 Terryglass Tipperary – parents James Atkinson (1780-1850) & Sarah Abbott (1781-1877) – he died 25 Dec 1895 Nt Yacka SA

Married 30 Nov 1850 Nenagh Ireland to Charlotte Dagg (1831-1916) – arrived 5 April 1851 Port Adelaide on ship “Osceola” with his family
 
In April of 1851, just five months after their father’s murder, John, James and Maria, the sons and daughter of Sarah and the late James, together with their children, boarded the ship Asceola and sailed from Plymouth to Adelaide never to return. Both John and James tried their luck, with some success, in the Victorian goldfields. James bought land at Strathalbyn, an area southeast of Adelaide. John moved to Moonata a copper mining area to the north west of Adelaide. All prospered greatly in their adopted country. Thomas remained in Ireland to finish out his year’s teaching and to settle up the family’s affairs before sailing with his wife Eliza and their four children from Southampton on the SS Kingston, arriving eventually at Hobart Tasmania. He finally settled in the township of Burnie and managed lands for a while for Captain Stoney, a brother of the Rev Ralph Stoney of Ashgrove Terryglass. The farmlands they eventually purchased and settled on at Burnie had a home named Ashgrove. Maria is believed to have met her future husband Samuel McLean on board the Asceola they married in 1853 and settled in Melbourne.
 
Thanks Val.

Yes, that's the obit for James.

Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858) Mon 7 Apr 1851
Page 2
THE "OSCEOLA" FROM LONDON AND PLYMOUTH.
This vessel arrived yesterday with dates
from England to the 26th of Decem-
ber, the day of her departure from Ply-
mouth.
She brings two hundred and eighty
four Government Emigrants, and has had
ten deaths and five births on her pas-
sage out.
 
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South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA) - Wed 15 Oct 1856 p.2
BIRTH
On the 12th instant, at Long Valley, Strathalbyn, the wife of Mr. James Atkinson, of a daughter.

That birth for Elizabeth Catherine ?? is not in the book of SA Births at the State Library of NSW.
 
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