1920 - 1921 (0 years)
||Ross Vivian MADDERN |
||20 Feb 1920
||Robert Street, Croydon Park, South Australia, Australia 
||6 Jan 1921
||Windsor Terrace, Largs Bay, South Australia, Australia 
||3 Jun 2013 |
||John Carrington MADDERN, b. 5 Apr 1887, Carrington Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia , d. 27 Apr 1941, Windsor Terrace, Swansea, South Australia, Australia (Age 54 years) |
||Florence Elizabeth EAST, b. 27 Mar 1886, Moonta Mines, South Australia, Australia , d. 17 Sep 1976, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (Age 90 years) |
||4 Apr 1914
||Maughan Church, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [S11] Births South Australia Civil, 28 Apr 2013.
Registered 1920, District Port Adelaide.
On 20 February 1920, at Robert Street, Croydon Park, via Kilkenny, Ross Vivian MADDERN, male.
Father John Carrington MADDERN, 32 years, birthplace Adelaide, South Australia, occupation railway clerk.
Mother Florence Elizabeth MADDERN, formerly EAST, birthplace Moonta Mines.
Married 1914, living 3.
Informant John C MADDERN, Robert Street, Croydon Park, via Kilkenny, father.
Registered 3 March 1920, at Port Adelaide.
- [S12] Deaths South Australian Civil, 3 Jun 2013.
Registered 1921, District of Port Adelaide.
on 6 January 1921, Ross Vivian MADDERN, male, 10 months. Son of John Carrington MADDERN, railway clerk. Residence Windsor Terrace, Largs Bay. Birthplace Croydon Park, South Australia.
Cause of death Acute gastro enteritis, cardiac failure, at Mareeba Babies hospital, Woodville.
Informant L G AUSTIN, Henley Beach Road, Mile End, undertaker's assistant.
Registered 7 January 1921, at Port Adelaide.
- [S13] Marriage South Australia Civil, 27 Apr 2013.
Registered 1914, District Adelaide.
On 4 April 1914, at Maughan Church, Franklin Street, Adelaide.
Groom John Carrington MADDERN, 26 years, bachelor, occupation clerk, residence Parkside, father John MADDERN.
Bride Florence Elizabeth EAST, 28 years, spinster, residence Moonta Mines, birthplace Moonta Mines, father Thomas Harry EAST.
Witnesses [?] HOLLANDS, spinster, Moonta Mines; and Cecil B MADDERN, dentist, Parkside.
Celebrant A H CAUN, officiating minister.