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DIGBY marriages 1854-1910 Victoria Australia

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DIGBY marriages 1854-1910 Victoria Australia.

DIGBY (males)

married: 1854 Mary Anne ANDREWS.

married: 1854 Elizabeth MCCULLOUGH.

Frederick Henry
married: 1865 Cormelina Virgil PELOSSI 1865.

married: 1865 Mary PRESAN.

married: 1868 Sarah Eliza BERNARD.

Joseph William
married: 1881 Sarah LINCOLN.

married: 1885 Clara BARTLETT.

David Edward
married: 1888 Elizabeth Ray GREEN.

Alfred James
married: 1897 Annie Maria WRENWOOD.

Frederick Charles
married: 1897 Jean Adie AULD.

married: 1893 Frances FOULDS.

Albert Hartley
married: 1901 Mary Elizabeth PATERSON.

married: 1901 Julia SHINNERS.

Alfred Henry
married: 1902 Eliza BROUGH.

Ernest Olney
married: 1904 Mary Ann Frances ROBINSON.

Henry Edward
married: 1906 Sarah CHAMBERLAIN.

Reginald Charles
married: 1907 Elizabeth Wright WATTINGLY.

DIGBY (females)

married: 1855 Benjamin TONKS.

married: 1857 George LAIDLAW.

married: 1870 William HALL.

Annie Julia
married: 1874 John TOMKINS.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1875 Joseph SWINNERTON.

Sarah Elizabeth
married: 1877 William WRIGHT.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1890 Peter Porteus THOMSON.

married: 1890 David Simson DALE.

Lizzie Scott
married: 1898 Andrew Milne PARR.

Louise Mariane
married: 1898 Frederick Leopold BROCKWELL.

Mary Ann
married: 1902 Alexander Tyson STEVENSON.

Ethel Mary
married: 1908 Seth WILSON.

Alice Eveleen
married: 1910 Charles Dickenson WILSON.

married: 1910 Frederick Kjellfrew HIPWELL.

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

JN 33556

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on 2011-05-30 16:12:58

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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