27 Mar 1897 Notice in South Australian Register: SMYTH-EWERS.-On the 5th March, at the Constitutional Church Alma by Martin L Johnson B.A.. Peter David McDoweIl, fifth son of the late David Smythe, to Fanny Emily, eldest daughter of Alfred Ewers
The first of 8 children was born 9 months and one day after the wedding, with the youngest born 18 years later in 1915
Husband's obituary - names children:
OBITUARY Mr. Peter David McDowell Smyth, of Salter's Springs, who died recently at Riverton, was one of the oldest residents of the district. Born at Salter's Springs in 1871, the sixth son of the late David and Flora Smyth, he spent practically the whole of his life in the locality. He was educated at Whinham and Wesley (Melbourne) Colleges, and on leaving school returned to his father's farm at Salter's Springs. In 1897 he married Miss Fanny Emily Ewers, who died in 1933. He is survived by four sons —Messrs. R. C. M., A. B. L. S. M., and H. L. M. Smyth, all of Salter's Springs—and four daughters— Mesdames A. J. Shepherd (Wudinna), F. H. .Williams (Streaky Bay), K. McDougall (Tinkurrin, WA), and Miss Margaret Smyth (Salter's Springs). There are 22 grandchildren.
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