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BOX marriages (males) 1888-1905 Victoria Australia

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BOX marriages (males) 1888-1905 Victoria Australia.

BOX (males)


Frederick William
married: 1888 Sarah Ann NICHOLLS.

Ernest George Henry
married: 1889 Frances Annie BLUNDEN.

Kingsman
married: 1889 Grace Elizabeth DYKE.

Henry Thomas
married: 1890 Elizabeth BURNS.

William George
married: 1890 Alice Agnes SOMERS.

James
married: 1891 Ellen LAING.

William
married: 1891 Annie BOX.

William Nathan
married: 1891 Christina ROSS.

Alfred Amos
married: 1892 Gertrude Chivers THOMPSON.

Alfred
married: 1893 Mary Matilda BETTS.

John Dixon
married: 1893 Ann CLARK.

Thomas
married: 1893 Janet LOXTON.

Frank Wilson
married: 1894 Adelaide Noble BLEAZBY.

John Thomas
married: 1894 Emma Louisa NIXON.

William
married: 1894 Sarah WILKS.

Robert John
married: 1896 Bridget REILLY.

John
married: 1897 Jessie Powell MITCHELL.

John Frederick
married: 1897 Ellen TASSELL.

Thomas Sturm
married: 1898 Fanny HAXTON.

Albury
married: 1899 Rosina Lillian WAKEFIELD.

George Henry
married: 1899 Emma Jane PENNINGTON.

William Henry George
married: 1899 Emily Jane MCCURRY.

Charles Henry
married: 1900 Emma Matilda DALMAN.

John
married: 1900 Eleanor Amelia Codrington RUSHALL.

Joseph Daniel
married: 1900 Agnes Ann ASHLY.

Frederick William
married: 1901 isabella Mary HORNE.

Samuel Knight
married: 1901 Mary Jane DEACON.

George William
married: 1902 Elizabeth Honor Ann TIPPETT.

Lewis Spencer John
married: 1902 Lena Annie WHYTE.

Walter
married: 1903 Nora SCANNELL.

Albert
married: 1904 Mary Alice CROSS.

Arthur Walter
married: 1904 Dagimar Marie NELSON.

Ernest Charles
married: 1905 Lizzie Florence PRATT.

Henry
married: 1905 Anne Fraser MITCHELL.

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

JN 59541

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