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CRUICKSHANK marriages (females) 1889-1910 Victoria Australia

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CRUICKSHANK marriages (females) 1889-1910 Victoria Australia.

CRUICKSHANK (females)


Annie Margaret
married: 1889 Thomas BRADBURY.

Sarah
married: 1889 John COUBROUGH.

Elizabeth
married: 1891 Charles JAMES.

Carol Louisa
married: 1892 Henry Lewis CONWAY.

Isabella Munro
married: 1892 David HALLIWELL.

Emily Elizabeth
married: 1897 Sextus Frederick James DYBALL.

Grace
married: 1897 James MANSON.

Mary
married: 1897 James Bayley DOUGLAS.

Mary Jane
married: 1897 Hugh RANTON.

Susan
married: 1898 Thomas Charles HURLEY.

Arabella Louisa
married: 1900 Alexander MADILL.

Catherine
married: 1900 William Mark MCKINNIS.

Charlotte
married: 1900 Christian Wilfred SAUNDERS.

Annie Louise
married: 1901 Frank Jewell WEST.

Rosina Ann
married: 1901 William Baekwell JACKSON.

Encil Normanby
married: 1902 Sidney John PLAIN.

Isabel Maude
married: 1903 John Bruce FOGG.

Janet
married: 1904 Frederick CUMBERLAND.

Jessie Constance
married: 1905 William SHELDON.

Hilda Beatrice
married: 1906 Arthur Henry WHANNELL.

Margaret Belinda
married: 1906 William Henry PEDDLE.

Alice May
married: 1907 Midas John MARSHALL.

Emily Ada
married: 1908 Valentine Edward HALL.

Lillian Ada
married: 1909 Alfred Theodore THATCHER.

Susan Elsie
married: 1909 Peter WILSON.

Sarah Margaret
married: 1910 Walter Martin ROBINS.

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

JN 40901

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