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BIGNELL marriages (females) 1860-1940 Victoria Australia

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BIGNELL marriages (females) 1860-1940 Victoria Australia.

BIGNELL (females)

married: 1860 John BROWN.

married: 1861 Richard Cornish STOOKE.

married: 1862 George OLDHAM.

Ellen Caroline
married: 1863 John Robert SMITH.

Bertha Beatrice
married: 1873 David THOMAS.

Carol Ann Milner
married: 1876 Ernest Frederick W J SCHULZE.

Mary Margaret
married: 1883 George RUSSELL.

married: 1892 James JONES.

Grace Christina
married: 1892 Richard VENTRIS.

Sarah Ann
married: 1894 Robert William HARROLD.

Annie Miriam Bonar
married: 1900 Frank Morresy WATERS.

Emma Louisa
married: 1900 Charles DAYE.

Mary Florance
married: 1904 William Hamlet HANE.

married: 1909 Francis Thomas MAYNE.

married: 1911 Samuel Bain WISEMAN.

Alice Vera May
married: 1912 Richard Pendrell Colds MOSS.

Hetty Isabell
married: 1914 Allan Wycliffe HYDE.

Evelyn Annie
married: 1915 Herbert Leslie OLDHAM.

married: 1916 Henry William Allen CLARKSON.

Elizabeth May
married: 1921 Leopold Leslie BRAKENWAGEN.

Elei Grace Elizabeth
married: 1921 Frank WOOD.

Daisy Louise
married: 1922 Robert John Vizer COLES.

Ellen Adelia
married: 1922 George Stanley THORLEY.

Rosina Jane
married: 1923 Edward ANGRAVE.

Ivy Grace
married: 1924 Robert Henry HUNT.

married: 1925 Edward Trustman NAYLOR.

married: 1926 Ivan James GRANT.

Elsie Muriel
married: 1929 Charles FARNBACK.

Shirley Ann
married: 1937 Frank Clive RAVEN.

Jessie May
married: 1937 Andrew James MCINNES.

Ivy Hannah
married: 1938 Cecil Harrison LORMAN.

Louise Grace Victoria
married: 1938 Norris Fewster HOSFORD.

Nancy Mary
married: 1940 Albert Alan DUNBIER.

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

JN 56178

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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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