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BUTTER marriages 1853-1920 Victoria Australia

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BUTTER marriages 1853-1920 Victoria Australia.

BUTTER (males)

John Macarthur
married: 1853 Gertrude Emma GOLDSMITH.

married: 1859 Margaret MCKNIGHT.

George Souter
married: 1874 Christina Cunningham MCINTRY.

married: 1874 Martha LOLLER.

Thomas Alfred
married: 1902 Mary Ann BROOKS.

Arthur Blamey
married: 1910 Margaret Lade THASELE.

Patrick Francis
married: 1912 Mary Ann HICKEY.

Stanley Leonard Gough
married: 1912 Maud Alice KELLY.

Thomas Walker
married: 1914 Rachel REGAN.

Victor Wilfred
married: 1914 Bertha Agnes GAMBLE.

married: 1920 Margaret MCLEAN.

BUTTER (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1853 John DICKMAN.

Charlotte Rhoda
married: 1858 George Jephson RUMLEY.

married: 1859 James SCANLAN.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1862 John ANDREWS.

Mary Jane
married: 1865 Paul POULSON.

married: 1889 John RALPH.

Christina Cunningham
married: 1890 David MILLIKEN.

Jessie Sophia
married: 1896 Robert CLARK.

Harriet Ann
married: 1899 Benton Stewart Baxter COOK.

Eliza Jane
married: 1901 Edward TRICKEY.

married: 1903 Albert James GARDINER.

Sarah Louisa Jackson
married: 1903 Albert James GARDINER.

married: 1904 Charles RETFORD.

married: 1905 William LINCHAM.

Charlotte May
married: 1908 Josiah Bloomfield KNIGHT.

Margaret Ann
married: 1909 Ernest Joseph STONE.

Norah Eline
married: 1909 Robert James Kerkland BOYD.

Ada May
married: 1910 Leonard Leve LEESE.

married: 1910 John James MCMAHON.

Maria Jane
married: 1910 William Archibald PROUSE.

Sarah Jane
married: 1911 William WIRTH.

married: 1912 Philip KENNEDY.

married: 1914 Alick Leslie PROUT.

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

JN 29002

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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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