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BEDGGOOD marriages 1901-1925 Victoria Australia

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BEDGGOOD marriages 1901-1925 Victoria Australia.

BEDGGOOD (males)


John Thomas Henry
married: 1903 Ada CASTLE.

Josiah
married: 1905 Florence helena RIDLEY.

Albert Henry
married: 1906 Emma ADAMS.

Maurice Tigon
married: 1907 Jane Ellen JONES.

Samuel Stanley Francis
married: 1907 Laura Florence Mary BAMPFIELD.

Ernest George
married: 1908 Mary Elizabeth BRAY.

Frank Fyans
married: 1909 Florence Lilias SMITH.

Augustus Charles
married: 1914 Olive Evelyn BALDOCK.

Charles Henry
married: 1914 Catherine GILES.

Robert Henry
married: 1918 Edith Maud FALLS.

Albert Stanley
married: 1919 Laura Elizabeth TREZISE.

Edward Lovey
married: 1922 Vera CRAIGIE.

Vivian Charles
married: 1922 Beatrice Loveday LANDRY.

George Alfred
married: 1922 Rose Ann POWELL.

Raymond Wilson
married: 1922 Ellen FERGUSON.

James
married: 1923 Sarah Elizabeth Christina BRUSE.

Edward bertie
married: 1924 Clarice Ivy MAXWELL.

Percy Samuel
married: 1925 Edith Hilda KITCHINGMAN.

BEDGGOOD (females)

Gertrude philpoth
married: 1901 William Sands HILL.
Philpoth. Index error. Should be Philpott.

Charlotte Maria
married: 1902 Frank EARLES.

Edith Grace
married: 1903 Alfred Percy WILLIAMS.

Alice Matilda
married: 1904 John Fox TREWARTHA.

Clara Elizabeth
married: 1905 Norman MCINNES.

Annie Florence
married: 1908 Arthur Walter DICKESON.

Olive Evelyn
married: 1913 Alexander Robert DAVIES.

Emily Martha
married: 1915 John Andrew REID.

Alice Ruby
married: 1920 George Tasman WILLIAMSON.

Eileen May
married: 1921 Herbert James PIKE.

Dorothy Gladys
married: 1924 Donald Vernon BOYLE.

Myrtle Annie
married: 1924 Norman Alfred WILLIAMSON.

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

JN 59284

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Please note. 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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