about 9 May 1890
Wilcannia, New South Wales, Australia
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Profile last modified
8 Nov 2020
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Ruth (Johnston) Glenney was born in the Colony of New South Wales (1788-1900)
Ruth Florence Darling Johnston
was probably born on 9 May 1890 at Wilcannia, NSW, the daughter of
Ruth Florence Darling Johnston, daughter of Arthur Johnston and Wilhelmina Michaelis, married William Glenney at Wilcannia on 11 September 1913. 
 Ruth's husband William passed away in 1951.
Ruth (Johnston) Glenney passed away in Adelaide, South Australia in 1965.
No primary source for Ruth's birth has been located.
Ruth is listed as a child on her father's death registration
Ruth is listed as a child on her mother's death registration
NSW BDM - Marriage Index: 10107/1913
Registration number: 10107/1913
Groom's Family Name: GLENNEY
Groom's Given Name(s): WILLIAM H H
Bride's Family Name(s): JOHNSTON
Bride's Given Name(s): RUTH F D
(The index search narrows date of marriage to 11Sep1913)
Western Grazier (1913, September 13)
Western Grazier (Wilcannia, NSW : 1896 - 1951), Saturday 13 September 1913, page 2
LOCAL AND GENERAL
On Thursday, September 11th., a quite wedding ... was held at Copago Station, the home of the bride, when Mr W. H. Glenney ... was united to Miss Ruth Johnston ...
GenealogySA - Death Index
First Names: Ruth Florence Darling
Death Year: 1965
1.0 NSW BDM - Marriage Index: 10107/1913, 1.1 https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search, accessed 1Nov2020 ↑
2.0 LOCAL AND GENERAL. (1913, September 13). Western Grazier (Wilcannia, NSW : 1896 - 1951), p. 2. Retrieved November 2, 2020, from 2.1 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article133987090 ↑ 3.0 GenealogySA - Death Index, 3.1 https://www.genealogysa.org.au/index.php?option=com_gsa&view=gsa&layout=essearch&collection_id=death&page_no=1&Surname=glenney&GivenName=ruth&year_from=1965&accuracy=, accessed 1Nov2020
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