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MORE marriages 1853-1914 Victoria Australia

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MORE marriages 1853-1914 Victoria Australia.

MORE (males)

Francis Martin
married: 1854 Emma Selina LIGHT.

married: 1867 Amelia Frances WHITTEN.

married: 1867 Marina MURRAY.

Edmund Addis
married: 1877 Emma LEWIS.

married: 1877 Elizabeth FERGUSON.

Walter Alexander
married: 1888 Elizabeth NICHOLSON.

married: 1893 Amy LYTH.

James Murray
married: 1895 Rose Isabella TAYLOR.

married: 1897 Jessie WIGHTON.

James Murray
married: 1906 Mabel Annie GOMM.

married: 1907 Agnes Johannah LIKLL.

Thomas William Pulton
married: 1908 Hannah Sarah Flora DAWSON.

Eobert David
married: 1911 Phyllis Winifred GOSS.

MORE (females)

married: 1853 James BURGESS.

married: 1857 John PROCTOR.

married: 1862 Samuel ROBERTS.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1867 Thomas Selby COUSINS.

married: 1873 George MOSS.

married: 1876 John DOUGLESS.

Elizabeth Allan
married: 1882 Frederic Mackness TURVILLE.

married: 1882 Richard DATE.

married: 1883 George CUTHILL.

Persis Eliza Marrianne
married: 1890 Charles Cuthbert BREACH.

Alma Annie
married: 1892 Ernest Alexander Werner OCKI.

Isabella Silvie Montgomery
married: 1903 Charles Edward PARSONS.

Elsie May
married: 1904 Walter Henry BUXTON.

married: 1905 Solomon JONES.

Mary May
married: 1906 Allan Drinkwater PAGE.

Louisa May
married: 1909 Arthur BENNETT.

Mary Sylvia
married: 1912 John Thomas MURPHY.

married: 1914 Herbert Leopold BRENT.

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

JN 37223

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on 2011-07-25 09:09:38

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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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