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BRITTINGHAM marriages 1855-1920 Victoria Australia

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BRITTINGHAM marriages 1855-1920 Victoria Australia.

BRITTINGHAM (males)


William
married: 1857 Ann Amelia LEE.

George
married: 1864 Lillian Susan COOPER.

James
married: 1868 Maria MARSDEN.

Samuel
married: 1872 Mary SUTTON.

Isaiah William
married: 1883 Hannah ARMSTRONG.

Josiah William
married: 1886 Isabel BARRETT.

George Albert
married: 1888 Sarah Ellen BIRTWISTLE.

Frederick James
married: 1888 Maud Mable Matilda WALKER.

Henry Staines
married: 1892 Mary Ann Lavinia SANDERS.

Percy
married: 1897 Rose SIMMONDS.

Walter Edgar
married: 1902 Ada Fagg SCOTT.

Ernest John
married: 1908 Galey Mabel Matilda BENNETT.

Alfred Furless
married: 1910 Mary Catherine STEWART.

Frank Herbert
married: 1912 Ethel Emely Vera WHEATLAND.

BRITTINGHAM (females)

Sarah
married: 1855 Thomas Staines WOODFULL.

Elizabeth
married: 1858 William Henry STONE.

Mary Anne
married: 1867 Edgar SLEE.

Mercy
married: 1875 Andrew CHAMBERS.

Cecilia
married: 1879 John RITCHIE.

Elsie
married: 1900 Henry Alfred John CRANE.

Mabel
married: 1902 David BUSH.

Alice May
married: 1911 David FRANCIS.

Bessie
married: 1912 George Frederick LE BOEUF.

Constance Lilian
married: 1916 Archibald MCKINNON.

Agnes Beatrice
married: 1918 George Garnet SMITH.

Ruby Mabel
married: 1919 Harry LEE.

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

JN 41128

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on 2011-09-19 23:15:12

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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