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CHIVERS marriages (females) 1915-1942 Victoria Australia

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CHIVERS marriages (females) 1915-1942 Victoria Australia.

CHIVERS (females)

Margaret Maude
married: 1916 Horace Stanley MOORE.

Olive Pearl
married: 1920 Robert Allan SPENCE.

Daisy Evelyn
married: 1921 Gordon Henry MCLAINE.

Mary Christina
married: 1923 Thomas FORD.

Violet Gladys
married: 1923 Frederick John Arthur PARK.

Myrtle Hilda
married: 1925 George Leslie WALKER.

Elsie Eva May
married: 1926 Rowland Ratcliffe ROSS.

Mona Rubina
married: 1926 Arthur Stanley MAWBY.

Emily Ellen
married: 1930 John Edwin Arthur PAGE.

Catherine Elizabeth
married: 1931 Walter Charles KING.

Florence Amelia
married: 1931 James Norman SMITH.

Marjorie Victoria
married: 1932 Raymond Aubrey WEBB.

Enid May
married: 1932 Wallace Alexander SMITH.

Olive Dorothy May
married: 1933 Albert Edward WHITE.

married: 1934 Ernest LANGSTON.

Alice Beatrice
married: 1934 Roy George HENRY.

married: 1935 Biagio GIACOTTO.

married: 1935 Alan Cecil ARCHER.

Dory May
married: 1936 William Leonard FINLAYSON.

Melva Muriel
married: 1938 John William REDDING.

Elsie may
married: 1938 George Adolphus HAMPTON.

Emily Rosalie
married: 1938 Cornelius Reynolds ADAMS.

Rose Cooper
married: 1938 thomas Albert CHIVERS.

Helen Gilberta
married: 1939 Athol Thomas PROCTOR.

Elizabeth Florence
married: 1940 Joseph ELLIS.

Hazel Jean
married: 1940 Wilkliam DYSON.

Gladys Ella
married: 1940 Geoffrey Kissack HEYWOOD.

Lorna Maud
married: 1941 Sidney Edward Charles BARKER.

Mary Joyce
married: 1942 Alfred Joseph GANGE.

Alma Jean
married: 1942 Jack Elliott MORGAN.

married: 1942 Leslie ELLIS.

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

JN 59458

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