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DUTTON marriages 1901-1920 Victoria Australia

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DUTTON marriages 1901-1920 Victoria Australia.

DUTTON (males)

married: 1905 Emma Olive ROBINSON.

married: 1905 Kate BENNETT.

married: 1907 Gerte Agnes Daisy ROWNEY.

married: 1909 Margaret Ellen CLEMSON.

Norman Edward
married: 1910 Minnie Arabella SOUTHEY.

Edward William
married: 1911 Elsie LEA.

Albert Leslie
married: 1914 Hazel Pearl POULTON.

married: 1915 Faith Nellie CALVERT.

married: 1915 Betsy CHADWICK.

Frederick Oliver
married: 1916 Violet Esther LEWIS.

Hedley Downing
married: 1916 Annie Louisa RANSOM.

Herbert James
married: 1916 Maud Ellen SHAW.

Arthur Albert
married: 1920 Lily May PAYNE.

DUTTON (females)

married: 1901 George Albert BAYLEY.

Florence Elizabeth
married: 1902 Michael George OBRIEN.

Janet Harriet
married: 1902 Fife THOMPSON.

Olive Blanche
married: 1903 George WILLIAMSON.

Sarah Mary Francis Margaret
married: 1904 Frederick Charles HUGHES.

married: 1907 Sidney Walter HENDERSON.

married: 1907 Timothy KEARNS.

married: 1908 John REINHARDT.

married: 1910 John WHITAKER.

married: 1911 Albert Chris BONES.

married: 1912 Arthur RYAN.

Francis Amelia
married: 1913 Arthur LEHMANN.

Violet Amelia
married: 1913 David SADLER.

Bessie Harris
married: 1915 Percy Joseph Oliver JOHNSON.

Frances Emma
married: 1915 Frederick George ALLEN.

Lilien Irene
married: 1916 Henry Roy RICKETTS.

married: 1916 Walter GRANT.

Winifred Constance
married: 1917 David Robert SHAW.

Eliza Mary Ann
married: 1918 Richard EDWARDS.

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

JN 57076

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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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