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GARLICK marriages 1882-1897 Victoria Australia

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GARLICK marriages 1882-1897 Victoria Australia.

GARLICK (males)

married: 1882 Caroline DIXEY.

Frank Joseph
married: 1882 Rosina CHEESLEY.

Edward Charles
married: 1882 Harriett Maria BLAKE.

married: 1883 Emily Sarah CORKILL.

Thomas George
married: 1886 Christina DUNCAN.

married: 1886 Georgina SMITH.

John William
married: 1888 Amelia Jane PURDY.

married: 1890 Charlotte Blanche BURNELL.

Thomas Edward
married: 1890 Catherine COUCH.

Albert James
married: 1892 Hetta Mary EATON.

married: 1893 Margaret Harkness RUTHERFORD.

married: 1893 Charlotte Elena SEDDON.

William Job
married: 1893 Elizabeth RICHARDS.

John James
married: 1894 Isabella Catherine ALLISON.

John Needham Frank
married: 1895 Julia Florence WATTS.

Charles William
married: 1896 Edith Dymond WATTS.

George Charles
married: 1896 Lillian May ROBINSON.

GARLICK (females)

married: 1883 Hugh COCHRANE.

married: 1833 John Erskine GRANT.

married: 1889 James THORNE.

married: 1889 Edwin COLLINS.

married: 1891 Alfred Abraham SIMON.

married: 1892 George Henry WOODS.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1895 George Benjamin BACKWAY.

Margaret Wood
married: 1895 Walter HENMAN.

Elizabeth Harriet
married: 1896 Walter CHANDLER.

Ada Mary
married: 1897 Samuel THORNELY.

married: 1897 William Wearne GILES.

Esther Elizabeth
married: 1897 Arent Theodor THORSEN.

married: 1897 Thomas Andrew TUSSUP.

married: 1897 Frederick HALLIDAY.

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

JN 46467

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