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CANAVAN marriages 1891-1920 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

CANAVAN marriages 1891-1920 Victoria Australia.

CANAVAN (males)


Daniel
married: 1891 Emily Jane JOHNSON.

Jeremiah
married: 1896 Julian Ann Pauline DOLAN.

Peter
married: 1901 Matilda FREEMAN.

Jeremiah
married: 1903 Catherine SCANNELL.

John
married: 1903 Anne Elizabeth ANSWERTH.

William
married: 1904 Sarah CURTIS.

John
married: 1906 Hannah SLENDER.

Alfred James
married: 1907 Florence Grace Lillian GRIFFITHS.

Henry John
married: 1907 Annie Jardin Tully KNOX.

John
married: 1908 Margaret Theresa SMITH.

John Micheal
married: 1908 Florence Amelia MCDERMAID.

Joseph
married: 1908 Janet BOUNDY.

Malachy
married: 1910 Catherine BROWN.

John Stuart James
married: 1912 Amelia JACOBS.

William Edward Fisher
married: 1912 Gladys Hilda STRUGNELL.

Daniel Gerald
married: 1914 Caroline REAU.

Charles Stuart James
married: 1916 Elizabeth GLOVER.

David
married: 1919 Nora JOYCE.

Cecil John
married: 1920 Emily Annie SWALES.

CANAVAN (females)

Elizabeth
married: 1896 Michael OREILLY.

Mabel Edith
married: 1902 Francis Edgar French NEAL.

Catherine
married: 1903 Thomas Patrick TIERMAN.

Ethel Jane
married: 1905 Henry ARCHIBALD.

Rosina Mary
married: 1905 James Loman DELABERTAUCHE.

Elizabeth
married: 1910 Patrick John NASH.

Isabella
married: 1910 Vincent VIRGONA.

Margaret Ellen
married: 1913 George SMITH.

Bridget
married: 1914 Daniel James OBRIEN.

Martha Annie Catherine
married: 1916 Thomas Charles Edward KELLY.

Olive Ellen
married: 1916 William John COTTRELL.

Mary Frances
married: 1917 Robert SOUTHLY.

Carol Agnes
married: 1918 Laurence THOMAS.

Elsie May
married: 1920 Henry WHITTING.

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

JN 60878

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