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COLLIER marriages (males) 1870-1887 Victoria Australia

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COLLIER marriages (males) 1870-1887 Victoria Australia.

COLLIER (males)

married: 1870 Mary CLARKE.

married: 1870 Sarah Clarinda LEVINGS.

James Lyon
married: 1871 Esther Helena CROXTON.

William Watts
married: 1871 Catherine MARA.

married: 1871 Ellen KENNEDY.

Daniel Henry
married: 1872 Kate REDMOND.

married: 1874 Elizabeth MITCHELL.

John James
married: 1875 Rosa Mabel TOMLINS.

married: 1876 Jane REDMOND.

married: 1876 Margaret JONES.

William Henry
married: 1877 Dorothea Andrea Chris Priviflova BOND.

James Benjamin
married: 1877 Augusta Harriet FLOWER.

Charles Henry
married: 1877 Sarah Ann BUTT.

William Lee
married: 1878 Fanny RYAN.

Stephen Boulton
married: 1878 Susanna Proutt MACDONALD.

married: 1879 Lilian Watson WILBERFORCE.

Thomas Robert
married: 1879 Sarah MORTON.

married: 1880 Margaret PATTON.

married: 1880 Elizabeth WAKEHAM.

William Henry
married: 1880 Ellen RAMSEY.

Charles Henry
married: 1881 Jane BRIGHT.

William James
married: 1883 Ellen Matilda DAVIS.

James Bryden
married: 1885 Jessie Violet KNIGHT.

married: 1885 Minnie KIRBY.

Arthur Horwood
married: 1885 Eliza Jane HICKS.

Horatio David
married: 1886 Hannah Maria JONES.

Richard Griffiths
married: 1886 Mary Ann PENMAN.

Charles Herbert
married: 1887 Catherine LECKY.

married: 1887 Janet GUNN.

married: 1887 Helen BOLTON.

married: 1887 Carol MILLER.

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

JN 56796

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