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ABBEY marriages 1851-1920 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

ABBEY marriages 1851-1920 Victoria Australia.

ABBEY (males)


Thomas
married: 1851 Mary WILLIAMS.

William
married: 1881 Hannah ALLAMBY.

William Jabez
married: 1882 Helen GREY.

Benjamin
married: 1886 Annie NEWMAN.

Frederick Brian
married: 1891 Elizabeth CHAMBERS.

John Knox
married: 1897 Ethel May WINCH.

John
married: 1907 Emily LEAN.

Andrew Edington
married: 1910 Margaret Mabel BLAKE.

Albert William
married: 1911 Helen Macpherson SMITH.

William Benjamin
married: 1912 Minnie Kathleen SMITH.

Frederick William
married: 1913 Elsie Lillian PAWSEY.

Harold James
married: 1914 Annie Marguerite ANDERSON.

Albert Edward
married: 1918 Charlotte Jane MCDONALD.

Benjamin
married: 1919 Anastasia MCNAIR.

Victor Wesley
married: 1919 Carol Elsie May WILSON.

Stanley Grey
married: 1920 Vera Alison CALLANDER.

ABBEY (females)

Emma
married: 1857 John MCCAUSLAND.

Clara
married: 1859 Frederick HUMFFRAY.

Gevina
married: 1869 John HISLOP.

Jane
married: 1869 George Frederick ROBINSON.

Mary Jakeman
married: 1872 William ROGERS.

Sarah
married: 1875 Arthur Joseph STREDWICK.

Alice
married: 1882 John William BRYANT.

Agnes
married: 1882 Joseph WALKERDEN.

Ethel May
married: 1907 Robert BIRCH.

Alice Beatrice
married: 1912 Frederick John TROTTER.

Lillian Olive
married: 1915 Newton Roach GREENWOOD.

Evelyn Alice
married: 1920 Louis Aaron HOLMES.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the ABBEY lines.

JN 48846

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on 2012-06-18 04:53:20

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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