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DOWNIE marriages (females) 1886-1906 Victoria Australia

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DOWNIE marriages (females) 1886-1906 Victoria Australia.

DOWNIE (females)


Elizabeth
married: 1886 William Douglas BAXTER.

Catherine
married: 1886 John DRAFFIN.

Isabella
married: 1887 William IRWIN.

Isabella Frances
married: 1887 George Henry ARKELL.

Catherine
married: 1887 James BRADEN.

Alice
married: 1888 Thomas COLLIER.

Ada
married: 1888 James BLACKIE.

Margaret McDonald
married: 1888 Charles Robert WIGLEY.

Margaret Mary
married: 1888 John POLINELLE.

Elizabeth
married: 1889 Thomas Osmond MEDLEY.

Jessie
married: 1889 Arthur James LUDLOW.

Jane
married: 1890 William MAYER.

Nellie
married: 1891 Frederick Richard HARRIS.

Annie Jane
married: 1892 Andrew HENDERSON.

Isabella
married: 1893 John GUNN.

Clementena
married: 1894 John Edward STEERE.

Mary
married: 1894 Charles BRYANT.

Maud Mary
married: 1896 Daniel LEYDEN.

Lily Monteith
married: 1897 Stephen STRONG.

Margaret
married: 1897 George Edward HANKS.

Sarah Driver
married: 1897 Alfred Edward LEECH.

Jane Ann
married: 1898 William Fitchen WOLFE.

Margaret Isabel
married: 1898 Ernest WALKER.

Charlotte
married: 1899 Patrick FINNIN.

Isabel Magdalene
married: 1899 Andrew Harper RIDDELL.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1899 William Alexander MARR.

Emily Eliza
married: 1901 David Henry MANSFIELD.

Jessie
married: 1901 Harry REID.

Mary
married: 1901 Morrison DRYSDALE.

Mary Paterson
married: 1901 John Wallace MILLER.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1905 William James BROWN.

Violet
married: 1905 Matthew Charles CHIDGEY.

Margaret Grace
married: 1906 Ernest Albert FURNELL.

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

JN 59597

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