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CHILDS marriage (females) 1854-1920 Victoria Australia

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CHILDS marriages (females) 1854-1920 Victoria Australia.

CHILDS (females)


Jane
married: 1854 George WILSON.

Sophia
married: 1864 William Bankier LEASK.

Sarah Elizabeth
married: 1868 George Binyan YOUNG.

Anne
married: 1874 George Parker LANDSEER.

Mary Ann
married: 1877 William Frank Enor NICHOLS.

Ada Rose
married: 1879 George GRESHAM.

Frederica Louisa
married: 1879 William HAYDON.

Henrietta
married: 1881 William Robert Mills BOND.

Violet Claudine
married: 1882 John Gladstone WRIGHT.

Emily
married: 1886 Joseph Francois VALLY.

Martha Mary
married: 1887 John MILLMAN.

Elizabeth
married: 1890 George SIMMIE.

Ellen
married: 1893 Edward MCKEE.

Annie
married: 1895 Bartholomew SULLIVAN.

Eliza
married: 1898 Clarence MASON.

Edith Florence
married: 1899 Arthur Henry WHITING.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1900 Joseph SCOTT.

Grace Edgerton
married: 1903 Adrian Roy MENNIE.

Louisa
married: 1905 Edward William TYE.

Claudine Nightingale
married: 1907 Walter Augustus FENBY.

Ethel May
married: 1907 Robert Charles CARTER.

Florence May
married: 1908 George Thomas Sinclair DEWAR.

Gladys Mary
married: 1911 Herbert Patrick HOLLAND.

Henrietta Letitia
married: 1913 Leonard William CLARK.

Beatrice Louisa
married: 1914 Charles HOUSTON.

Ruby
married: 1914 Francis DELANEY.

Vi Elizabeth
married: 1914 Richard Percy GRIDLEY.

Agnes
married: 1915 William Henry ELDRIDGE.

Janet Mary Ann
married: 1917 James BUTLER.

Annie
married: 1919 Ronald GATES.

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

JN 59296

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