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HINDMARSH marriages 1857-1942 Victoria Australia

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HINDMARSH marriages 1857-1942 Victoria Australia.

HINDMARSH (males)


George John
married: 1859 Jane POTTER.

William
married: 1864 Margaret COOK.

John
married: 1866 Mary Ann PINCOTT.

James
married: 1872 Julia BANSE.

Edward Alfred
married: 1882 Mary Elizabeth JONES.

William Young
married: 1886 Jeanette LLOYD.

Joseph
married: 1892 Edith Isabella ALBREY.

Charles Henry
married: 1893 Ellen SARGESON.

Donald Stuart
married: 1895 Annie Stuart CAMPBELL.

George Manghan
married: 1898 Mary REEVES.

William Henry
married: 1898 Eliza FREEMAN.

James
married: 1902 Elizabeth POLAND.

James
married: 1914 Sylvia Jean WALKERDEN.

Archibald Joseph
married: 1921 Ada JOHNSTONE.

Thomas Patterson
married: 1934 Gladys Violet BARTLETT.

Charles Walter
married: 1941 Allison WALKER.

Gordon Gluyas
married: 1942 Edna Jean BURNETT.

HINDMARSH (females)

Mary
married: 1857 Henry EXELL.

Mary Ann
married: 1875 Richard STEPHENS.

Frances
married: 1879 Francis Bengough JONES.

Iabella
married: 1882 Thomas George BRENT.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 William HAISMAN.

Mary Jane
married: 1887 William SOUTHWICK.

Sarah Annie
married: 1890 William James Newman CONQUEST.

Ivy Josine
married: 1912 Leo Charles HOLLAND.

Ethel Alice
married: 1913 Joseph Leonard WALKER.

Eliza
married: 1914 Frederick JOHNSON.

Olive Stella
married: 1922 Frederick George Edison BROWN.

Ethel Clare
married: 1923 Francis Cecil CARTER.

Adelaide
married: 1924 William Morris WHAMOND.

Ethel Nellyu
married: 1925 Herbert Thomas CLARK.

Mabel Rose
married: 1927 Albert OWEN.

Lizzie
married: 1935 James Scott LIDDLE.

Christina
married: 1937 Stanley Harold DUNCOMBE.

Sarah Jane
married: 1938 Alan Melrose MCKELLAR.

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

JN 58232

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Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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