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BUNNEY marriages 1857-1914 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

Bunney marriages 1857-1940 Victoria Australia.

Males


Thomas.
Married: Bridget CLARY 1860.

Adam.
Married: Matilda NOLAN 1875.

George.
Married: Lydia NUTT 1878.

William.
Married: Emily PARKES 1892.

William George.
Married: Ann HUNTER 1902.

Frederick William.
Married: Ethel Jane PETERS 1906.

Charles Adam.
Married: Henrietta Eliza MILLARD 1914.

Roy Alfred.
Married: Bertha Maria HESTER 1914.

Percy James.
Married: Dorothy Elliott MCGILL 1919.

Thomas.
Married: Doris FITZGERALD 1927.

Maurice.
Married: Martha Mary WEIR 1933.

Norman Alfred.
Married: Jean MCCROHAN 1941.

Females

Anne.
Married: Martin MARSHALL 1857.

Mary.
Married: Robert JONES 1878.

Emma Maria.
Married: Calvin William MORGAN 1880.

Mary Ann.
Married: George PAYNE 1883.

Isabella Black.
Married: Allan Alaric BURRAGE 1887.

Matilda.
Married: Henry William DAY 1903.

Elsie Bertha.
Married: William Gilbert PROWSE 1904.

Emily.
Married: Frederick William Marmaduke CHENOWETH 1910.

Ethel Louisa.
Married: William Victor CHENEY 1911.

Ethel Jane.
Married: Lewis Lorenzo MYERS 1915.

Dorothy Constance.
Married: John Stewart MCLEAN 1925.

Maria Lydia Dulcie.
Married: Eric Edward LINTON 1933.

Dulcie.
Married: Norman MUNDAY 1940.

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

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BUNNY marriages 1856-1940 Victoria Australia.


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on 2016-10-20 18:11:33

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