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CRABBE marriages 1852-1920 Victoria Australia

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CRABBE marriages 1852-1920 Victoria Australia.

CRABBE (males)

married: 1870 Lillias GUNN.

married: 1874 Helen Chalmers BLYTHE.

married: 1874 Anne DWYER.

Arthur Rupert
married: 1885 Catherine Marguerite ORR.

John Sidney
married: 1886 Laura REED.

Arthur Rupert
married: 1887 Kathleen Marguerite ORR.

Robert Henry Thomas
married: 1893 Matilda Alice WEBB.

George Wallace
married: 1899 Hariet Teresa CLUNY.

George William
married: 1900 Elizabeth DUNSE.

married: 1904 Jane Marie MILLAR.

George Wallace
married: 1906 Harriet Teresa CLUNY.

Samuel Walter
married: 1910 Rosetta WILSON.

Joseph Edward
married: 1911 Beatrice Victoria STORER.

Samuel Walter
married: 1914 Mary Ann MATTHEWS.

married: 1915 Ellen GILBEE.

Cecil Frederick
married: 1917 Amelia Isabell Henderson HARLOCK.

Charles Alfred
married: 1918 Lilly Ersel STORER.

CRABBE (females)

Marion Jane
married: 1852 William John COVELL.

married: 1868 Gustav AMERDROZ.

Alice Maud
married: 1870 James ORR.

Matilda Turton Balfour
married: 1875 Charles Wordsworth Scantlebury JAMES.

married: 1879 William CORK.

married: 1885 Hinton East DANIEL.

married: 1887 Henry WOOD.

married: 1887 John SHIELDS.

married: 1889 William King MILLYARD.

married: 1906 Joseph WILSON.

Margaret Ellen
married: 1908 Alexander William MCLENNAN.

married: 1910 Alfred Ernest GREEN.

Helen Jane
married: 1910 George WITCOMBE.

married: 1918 John Francis TERRIER.

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

JN 55526

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on 2013-06-14 02:06:19

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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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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