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BLUNDEN marriages 1845-1905 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

BLUNDEN marriages 1845-1905 Victoria Australia.

BLUNDEN (males)


Thomas
married: 1853 Louisa CRAWFORD.

Robert
married: 1855 Martha BAKER.

Richard Henry
married: 1876 Barbara Ellen ELDRIDGE.

Godfrey Halsted
married: 1877 Alice Jane MCMILLAN.

George Henry
married: 1878 Amelia Biggen PITT.

Ralph Clare
married: 1884 Fannie Ettie DREW.

Frederick William
married: 1887 Louisa ROSSENDELL.

Frederick William
married: 1897 Rose Beatrice Linda SIMPSON.

Robert
married: 1900 Marion Dunlop Yorrell RIDDELL.

Benjamin John
married: 1905 Amelia Constance SHAW.

Verge Cyril
married: 1905 Annie GIBSON.

BLUNDEN (females)

Ellen
married: 1845 James Flood ELLIOTT.

Sarah Ann
married: 1853 Samuel Johnson BRADSHAW.

Mary Ann
married: 1856 George NIELSON.

Jane Ann
married: 1859 Thomas James BOYD.

Emma Catherine
married: 1860 Alexander WATERS.

Harriet
married: 1862 Richard WILLIAMS.

Mary
married: 1866 James WHITE.

Ada
married: 1867 William Field BARNARD.

Emma
married: 1870 William Henry GROCOCK.

Florence Eleanor
married: 1874 Andrew Strachan MURRAY.

Alice
married: 1881 Charles Robinson TOWNLEY.

Eliza
married: 1882 Thomas BEAZLEY.

Jane Annie
married: 1886 Henry HUISH.

Helen Elizabeth
married: 1887 George Sidderfin FREAN.

Emblin Georgina
married: 1888 Neil Henry GIBSON.

Frances Annie
married: 1889 Ernest George Henry BOX.

Hester Jane
married: 1890 Hugh Paul MCCONVILLE.

Elizabeth Clara
married: 1897 Charles WILSON.

Clarice Essie
married: 1901 George Andrew THOMSON.

Florence
married: 1901 John LANE.

Alice Aloye
married: 1904 Frederick WHITE.
Aloye also recorded as Elvie.

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

JN 59544

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