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ARAM marriages 1860-1941 Victoria Australia

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ARAM marriages 1860-1941 Victoria Australia.

ARAM (males)

married: 1868 Sarah BURWELL.

married: 1879 Florence Julia WILLIAMS


Julia Elizabeth ARAM.
Born: 1879 Carlton, Victoria.

Thomas James ARAM.
Born: 1881 Carlton, Victoria.

Bessie ARAM.
Born: 1883 Carlton, Victoria.

Gordon William ARAM.
Born: 1885 Carlton, Victoria.

Claude Victor ARAM.
Born: 1887 Carlton, Victoria.

Albert Gladstone ARAM.
Born: 1889 North Carlton, Victoria.

Melba May ARAM.
Born: 1891 North Carlton, Victoria.

married: 1883 Sarah HAMILTON


Alexander William ARAM.
Born: 1884 St Kilda, Victoria.

John Thomas Hamilton ARAM.
Born: 1886 St Kilda, Victoria.

Alice Florence ARAM.
Born: 1888 St Kilda, Victoria.

Walter Charles
married: 1902 Margaret Evelyn FIESLEY


Myrtle Alice ARAM.
Born: 1904 Geelong, Victoria.

Harold Walter ARAM.
Born: 1908 Geelong, Victoria.

Clarice Margaret ARAM.
Born: 1913 Geelong, Victoria.

Harold Walter
married: 1933 Dory De Lacy DENDLE.

Walter Charles
married: 1941 Ann CHALMERS.

ARAM (females)

Matilda Elizabeth
married: 1860 Henry CANAVAN.

Matilda Elizabeth
married: 1865 George SEFTON.

married: 1892 Andrew John OSTBERG.

Gertrude Sarah
married: 1902 Alfred Henry SEARLE.

Nina Isabella
married: 1902 Thomas George KETTLE.

Alice Florence
married: 1916 John Cock BRODIE.

Clarice Margaret
married: 1938 William George HUGHES.

Myrtle Alice
married: 1939 Basil Keith YOUNG.

Compiled from the Victorian Birth and Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the ARAB lines.

JN 60652

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on 2014-09-23 02:28:56

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