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KEYS marriages (females) 1911-1926 Victoria Australia

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KEYS marriages (females) 1911-1926 Victoria Australia.

KEYS (females)


Eleanor Ruby Flornce
married: 1911 Frederick BROADBENT.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1911 James Edward CAIRNS.

Charlotte
married: 1912 Thomas ALDAY.

Edith Emily
married: 1912 Reuben TYRRELL.

Teresa
married: 1912 John Charles KEALY.

Margaret Lucy
married: 1913 Walter Hugh CHANDLER.

Josephine
married: 1914 Stephen Henty CURTAIN.

Evely May
married: 1915 George Ignatius GRIBBEN.

Grace Victoria
married: 1915 Walter Frederick SEARLE.

Emily Victoria
married: 1916 Charles Augustine GRAHAM.

Florence
married: 1916 John Hugh FINLAY.

Mary Ann
married: 1916 John William Henry Boase SCOTT.

Edith Victoria
married: 1917 Vere PATTERSON.

Elsie Louise Maude
married: 1917 Percy Downton HAMPSHIRE.

Ethel Blanche
married: 1917 Robert Henry BLAKE.

Adelaide Thelma
married: 1918 Frederick William BROWN.

Vivian Frances
married: 1918 William NOLAN.

Edith Maude
married: 1919 James Arthur TRAWIN.

Mabel Muriel
married: 1919 Albert Ernest PEGG.

Bertha
married: 1920 Joel BLASHKI.

Helena Alice
married: 1920 Francis Robert MILLER.

Maude Christina
married: 1920 Robert Ambrose RYAN.

Eileen May
married: 1921 Harold Noel BOWEN.

Teresa
married: 1922 Harold RIPLEY.

Vera olive
married: 1922 Thomas JONES.

Iris May
married: 1922 Roy Stanley POWELL.

Lila Olive Alexandra
married: 1922 James Arthur MOORE.

Ella Constance
married: 1922 Alexander Iredale SMITH.

Mary
married: 1924 Clifford HODGSON.

Margaret Agnes
married: 1924 John Ambrose GUINANE.

Linda James
married: 1924 Charles GRIEVE.

Ruby Pearl
married: 1926 Walter Roland MILLIKEN.

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

JN 58343

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on 2014-02-08 05:14:12

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. 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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