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AISBETT marriages 1862-1920 Victoria Australia

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AISBETT marriages 1862-1920 Victoria Australia.

AISBETT (males)


Richard
married: 1862 Jane IRVINE.

Matthew
married: 1866 Isabella JEFFERSON.

Joseph
married: 1879 Elizabeth Howell JOHNSON.

William Jefferson
married: 1883 Harriet Sarah ANDREW.

Thomas
married: 1884 Annie PATERSON.

William Robson
married: 1890 Sarah BOYD.

David Malcolm
married: 1893 Marion CLARKSON.

Edward
married: 1895 Margaret CARNEGIE.

Edward
married: 1896 Carol SPILLMAN.

Matthew Henry
married: 1905 Eliza Harriet RICKARD.

William John Jefferson
married: 1906 Florence Albertina MILES.

James
married: 1908 Elizabeth Ellen CHIBNALL.

Edward John Joseph
married: 1911 Alice BLAKE.

Thomas Edward
married: 1912 Alice Myrtle YATES.

Arthur James
married: 1917 Myrtle Elaine TILL.

AISBETT (females)

Margaret Jane
married: 1875 William RUTHERFORD.

Isabella
married: 1882 Charles Benjamin CLARK.

Ellen
married: 1884 William CROSS.

Eliza Todd
married: 1892 Elizabeth Bethull BARRETT.

Ann
married: 1893 Edward George MARTIN.

Isabella
married: 1893 Ernest Isaac WRIGHT.

Edwardina
married: 1896 William Charles Roland PHILLIPS.

Ann
married: 1897 William WILKINSON.

Jane Ann
married: 1900 William Henry James WALPOLE.

Mary Brady
married: 1901 John Henry DUNSTAN.

Mary Ann
married: 1902 David Clarke CHRISTIE.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1905 Albert BETTENS.

Florence Mabel
married: 1919 Richard Albert CROSTHWAITE.

Myrtle May Victoria
married: 1920 Isaac Stanley CROSTHWAITE.

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

JN 62183

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