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CHIVERS marriages (females) 1845-1914 Victoria Australia

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CHIVERS marriages (females) 1845-1914 Victoria Australia.

CHIVERS (females)


Mary
married: 1845 Charles BILSTON.

Sarah Jane
married: 1860 John Henry MARTIN.

Annie
married: 1865 Augustus Frederich SEIDEL.

Georgina Stella
married: 1865 James JEFFERISS.

Emma
married: 1867 William THOMPSON.

Ellen
married: 1867 John WALLACE.

Maria
married: 1870 David WEBSTER.

Emily
married: 1872 Samuel MCKEE.

Susanna Elizabeth
married: 1876 James LONG.

Elizabeth
married: 1876 Richard WALLAN.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1877 Henry MILES.

Emma Louisa
married: 1877 John Henry BOUNDY.

Charlotte Louisa
married: 1883 William Bird JACOBS.

Emma
married: 1884 John Henry GIESCHEN.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1885 James WHITE.

Edith Emma
married: 1887 William Patrick SCOTT.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1888 Thomas LESTER.

Alice Asenath
married: 1892 Robert Nairn ROTHWELL.

Elizabeth
married: 1896 Henry PRIME.

Martha
married: 1896 William Henry BISHOP.

Florence Martha
married: 1897 Walter LOCKE.

Louisa
married: 1899 John ARDILL.

Mildred Amelia
married: 1899 John William THOMPSON.

Eliza
married: 1903 Benhard BRIGGS.
Benhard. Index error. Should be Bernard.

Clare
married: 1906 Alfred Ernest SCOTT.

Anna Maria
married: 1907 Frederick Dennis CRAWFORD.

Elizabeth
married: 1908 Alfred William BICKERTON.

Alice
married: 1909 Amos BAMFORD.

Mary Ellen
married: 1911 Henry Wallace DINNING.

Mildred Beatrice
married: 1913 John Thomas MCCLELLAND.

Ruby May
married: 1913 Harold MORRISON.

Alice Victoria
married: 1914 John Dominic MILLER.

Ciola Grace
married: 1914 Charles Spencer NEIL.
Ciola. Index error. Should be Viola.

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

JN 59272

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on 2014-05-22 04:23:28

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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