BUTTERS marriages 1855-1910 Victoria Australia
BUTTERS marriages 1855-1910 Victoria Australia.
married: 1855 Mary Ann LEVERETT.
married: 1855 Mary Malcolm SMITH.
married: 1859 Margaret FOLEY.
married: 1860 Matilda ONEILL.
married: 1864 Mary Ann CHASTON.
married: 1867 Jane LAWLAR.
married: 1868 Margaret GALT.
married: 1875 May MASTERSON.
married: 1882 Phoebe Rebecca DICKENSON.
married: 1884 Elizabeth TATNELL.
married: 1884 Elizabeth WARRENER.
Edwqard. Index error. Should be Edward.
married: 1885 Selina Rose COLE.
married: 1887 Sidney CALABY.
married: 1887 Annie Constance HOLDEN.
married: 1888 Esther MORTLOCK.
married: 1889 Eleanor Emily MORTLOCK.
married: 1890 Emma HALL.
married: 1890 Susannah LINGENBERG.
married: 1890 Ellen MUMBERG.
married: 1891 Elizabeth Ann STONE.
married: 1892 Florance FORWARD.
married: 1892 Margaret Ann MOORE.
married: 1902 Catherine MOONEY.
married: 1903 Catherine Bothwock PARK.
married: 1910 Frances Havet MYLES.
married: 1858 Samuel Swan JOHNSON.
married: 1860 James MCDIARMID.
married: 1875 William ROGENER.
married: 1877 David BRYCE.
married: 1878 David HAZLITT.
married: 1878 Thomas PYERS.
married: 1880 Alfred James QUARRELL.
married: 1885 Thomas RICHARDS.
married: 1888 George Henry SEDDON.
married: 1890 Robert MCCHLEARY.
married: 1895 Thomas Charles TATNELL.
married: 1896 Robert CLARK.
married: 1902 Charles Norman BRADLY.
married: 1904 Oscar JOSEPH.
Irene Stewart Beaney
married: 1906 Frank Harold BOWEN-ASHWEN.
married: 1907 John Samuel WHITE.
married: 1908 Christian Rudolp DEVERS.
married: 1908 Arthur Leslie HARE.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the BUTTERS lines.
Updated 18 April 2013.
on 2011-07-15 07:23:31
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
My 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.