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DEAKIN marriages (females) 1859-1920 Victoria Australia

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DEAKIN marriages (females) 1859-1920 Victoria Australia.

DEAKIN (females)

married: 1859 John HOBBS.

married: 1859 John MOIR.

married: 1861 John MCQUILTY.

Mary Ann
married: 1865 Thomas THOMSON.

married: 1870 James SWAN.

Sarah Olive
married: 1871 Ebenezer WILLS.

married: 1871 Hugh Henry HAINES.

Lucy Ellen
married: 1872 John CAPES.

Clara Pauline
married: 1881 George Thomas ROBERTS.

Emily Harriet
married: 1882 William James Henry Carr BOYD.

married: 1884 John James BANBURY.

married: 1884 John Joseph MACDONALD.

Rosina Elizabeth
married: 1888 Charles P WALLON.

married: 1890 Julius FORTH.

married: 1893 Richard Lewin SHAWLEY.

married: 1893 Joseph GIBBONS.

married: 1893 Henry BOLTON.

Mary Josephine
married: 1894 William James CAPPER.

Violet Angela
married: 1895 George ALLAN.

married: 1897 Ernest William FRANCIS.

married: 1906 Herbert Robinson BROOKES.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1910 Arthur John Lewis ECKERSLEY.

Lily Vifond
married: 1910 David Miller MAIR.

Laura May
married: 1911 James ENGLEFIELD.

married: 1911 Albert Cherbury David RIVETT.

Alice Olive
married: 1912 William Albert DICKER.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1915 Henry Oliver MANSFIELD.

Daisy Emma
married: 1916 Edward SHELDON.

Annie Eleanor
married: 1918 Alfred DAVIS.

Amy Annie
married: 1919 Thomas SANDERSON.

Elsie Florence Azabuh
married: 1920 Francis William BUTCHER.

married: 1920 Thomas Walter WHITE.

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

JN 39588

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on 2011-08-28 10:53:28

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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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