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TREGONNING marriages 1856-1928 Victoria Australia

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TREGONNING marriages 1856-1928 Victoria Australia.

TREGONNING (males)


Joseph
married: 1856 Ann BOTHERAS.

William
married: 1860 Elizabeth HILL.

William
married: 1861 Eliza Jane CRAPP.

Joseph
married: 1884 Elizabeth TREGONNING.

William John
married: 1887 Marian Louisa KENNEDY.

Charles Fenwick
married: 1897 Alice Jane TANK.

Frederick
married: 1897 Bessie TOMS.

Charles Fenwick
married: 1902 Helen Thorburne CARNEGIE.

George
married: 1908 Maude KELLY.

John Rennie Douglas
married: 1912 Alice STANWAY.

Horace Campbell
married: 1920 Gwladys Muriel PERRY.

Alfred Thomas
married: 1921 Margaret Daisy WHITEHEAD.

Leonard Garfield
married: 1922 Louisa Ellen MCDOUGALL.

James Marris
married: 1923 Alice Mary BENNETT.

Harold
married: 1924 Ethel May Veronica MURCUTT.

Phillip
married: 1928 Lorna Mavis BELL.

TREGONNING (females)

Jane
married: 1861 henry DUNSTAN.

Jane
married: 1873 John ROBERTS.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1882 James Nichols UREN.

Elizabeth
married: 1884 Joseph TREGONNING.

Louisa Rose
married: 1886 Joseph Thomas ELLIS.

Emily
married: 1890 Charles Edward KEAST.

Emily Jane
married: 1890 Albert ELLINGSEN.

Alice Louisa Annie
married: 1892 Ernest William ROBINSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1893 James Henry FRENCH.

Susan
married: 1895 John Rammage MURFETT.

Laura Elizabeth
married: 1912 John Thomas Percival TRUSCOTT.

May Lazetta
married: 1912 Lewis Arnold WATKINS.

Adelaide Victoria
married: 1919 Henry Francis KENT.

Olove Edith Victoria
married: 1921 James HANKINSON.

Olive
married: 1924 William Albert ZIMMER.

Margaret Clifford Sarah Emily
married: 1928 Leonard Kent STEPHENS.

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

JN 48731

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on 2012-06-12 09:11:02

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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.
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