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ABSON marriages 1871-1940 Victoria Australia

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ABSON marriages 1871-1940 Victoria Australia.

ABSON (males)


George William
married: 1879 Elizabeth WOODING.

Matt Frederick Benjamin
married: 1890 Lucy Emma ALSTON.

Albert Burridge (1880-1956) *
married: 1906 Jane Ann OATS. (1887-1921)

William Ernest
married: 1908 Violet Ivy HOZA.

James Frederick
married: 1917 Ruby Jessie REES.

Matthew
married: 1919 Olive Elsie Ray NEWSON.

Albert Burridge (1880-1956) *
married: 1921 Mildred Mary CRAWFORD.

Carl
married: 1934 Liln Jean MARRYATT.

Ernest George Maxwell
married: 1934 Florence Ruby Ethel NIGHINGALE.

Phillip
married: 1935 Jessica CHRISTEI.

Keith Oswald Clyde
married: 1938 Mavis Thompson SMART.

Colin Reginald
married: 1940 Mona Myra DAVIS.

Theo Clifford Vincent
married: 1940 Winifred Sadie COY.

* Same Albert Burridge ABSON.

ABSON (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1871 John EDWARDS.

Eva
married: 1909 Theos Donnellan LONEY.

Victoria May
married: 1911 Horatio Charles HOWELL.

Bertha
married: 1927 Rayford William Henry MCKENNY.

Vera Marjory Joyce
married: 1929 John Richard William LARKINS.

Eva
married: 1929 John CAMERON.

Lucy Thelma
married: 1934 Frederick Albert EDWARDS.

Winifred Rose
married: 1935 James PIGGOTT.

Mabel Annie
married: 1938 Robert Daniel CLACK.

Doris Elizabeth
married: 1938 Joseph Anzac HARWOOD.

Sylvia Lily Pearce
married: married: 1940 William John MCKINLEY.

Lois Yolande
married: 1940 George Edward FULFORD.

Please note.
The first ABSON marriage recorded in Victoria was 1871.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to asssist others researching the ABSON lines.

JN 60663

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on 2014-09-23 23:14:16

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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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