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GEMMELL marriages (females) 1854-1920 Victoria Australia

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GEMMELL marriages (females) 1854-1920 Victoria Australia.

GEMMELL (females)

married: 1855 Robert Torrance FINDLAY.

Marie Laura
married: 1868 Granger Muir BROUGH.

Mary Agnes Laura
married: 1878 Edward COLDEN.

married: 1881 Charles James EDSALL.

married: 1883 Archibald COLQUHOUN.

Margaret Serpine
married: 1883 William Lamb SMITH.

married: 1883 Andy KERR.

married: 1884 Charles Edward MCEVOY.

married: 1885 John Alexander BLACKIE.

Emma Elizabeth
married: 1886 John CATTO.

Annie May
married: 1887 William GARDNER.

Jane Muir
married: 1888 James BENNETT.

married: 1897 George SCHILLING.

married: 1897 Isaac Alice WISE.

Elizabeth Ada
married: 1899 Arthur GUEST.

Ada Ann
married: 1902 Samuel Witts TAYLOR.

married: 1902 Robert Edney KING.

Rosie Kate
married: 1903 Alfred William HARSTON.

Maud Mary
married: 1907 Charles CHISWELL.

Isabella Ann
married: 1909 Charles Henry POWELL.

Jane Elizabeth
married: 1909 Robert DOSSOR.

Alice Mabel
married: 1911 Charles Herbert OCONNOR.

Eva May
married: 1911 James Ambrose MCCALLUM.

Janet Carson
married: 1913 William Victor WIGGS.

Frances Lumsden
married: 1917 John Joseph PAPPIN.

Helen Crawford
married: 1919 Ernest Victor HENDERSON.

Sarah E Fox
married: 1919 Gilbert Duncan MAY.

Agnes Elizabeth
married: 1920 Gordon Ernest CULLUM.

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

JN 39256

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on 2011-08-26 00:55:38

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