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BELCHER marriages (males) 1842-1910 Victoria Australia

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BELCHER marriages (males) 1842-1910 Victoria Australia.

BELCHER (males)

William Redmond
married: 1842 Grace POWER.

Joseph Henry
married: 1851 Isabella ARMSTRONG.

married: 1852 Amelia STONE.

married: 1859 Margaret GRAHAM.

married: 1870 Sarah HARRISON.

Francis William
married: 1873 Rebecca PALMER.

George Frederick
married: 1875 Frederica Bayley THORNE.

married: 1879 Isabella Jane Campbell COCKS.

John William
married: 1881 Henrietta BORROW.

married: 1881 Margaret RANDLE.

married: 1882 Frances Sarah Hill HATFIELD.

married: 1883 Jane BALLANTYNE.

married: 1884 Mary Amelia WRIGHT.

married: 1886 Ellen JAMIESON.

Charles Frederick
married: 1886 Margaret CAMERON.

George Frederick
married: 1887 Florence Augusta THORNE.

Frederick William
married: 1888 Mary Ann SWIFT.

Benjamin Edward
married: 1888 Christina CAMERON.

married: 1888 Rosamond CRUSH.

Albert Edward
married: 1892 Mary Jane TUNG.

John James
married: 1893 Zelia UNSTEAD.

married: 1894 Mary PEART.

married: 1902 Lizzie Emily LLOYD.

married: 1903 Margaret Jane MADWEN.

married: 1903 May EDWARDS.

John Henry
married: 1903 Mary Jane MCKAIL.

Frederick William
married: 1904 Alma JOYNSON.

Thomas Arthur
married: 1907 Wmina PRATT.

Walter Edward Joseph
married: 1907 Beatrice Minnie BLAKE.

married: 1907 Ariel Eleanor THOMAS.

Allan Parker Mitchell
married: 1909 Margaret Hunter MCINTOSH.

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

JN 56275

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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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