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GRIBBLE marriages 1883-1897 Victoria Australia

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GRIBBLE marriages 1883-1897 Victoria Australia.

GRIBBLE (males)


Edward William Vine
married: 1888 Martha Emma BROWN.

William
married: 1890 Edith CORNISH.

William Henry
married: 1890 Mary Theresa GRENVILLE.

Alfred Francis
married: 1891 Gertrude Annie CLENNELL.

Simon
married: 1891 Sarah LAITY.

William James
married: 1891 Alice Eliza STONEY.

James Henry
married: 1892 Elizabeth MCCOY.

John Henry Burt
married: 1892 Mary JASON.

Charles
married: 1894 Ada Helen MACKIE.

Frederick Brenchle
married: 1894 Edith Dure MITCHELL.

James
married: 1894 Naomi WILSON.

Richard Thomas
married: 1894 Jessie Sophia BANKS.

John Henry
married: 1895 Louisa Madeline VEAR.

Arthur Adolphus
married: 1897 Edith WILSON.

GRIBBLE (females)

Ellen
married: 1883 Harry Barnett LEVY.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1883 Jack Harry JAMES.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1888 Thomas John SIMMONS.

Drusilla
married: 1889 James PEARCE.

Eliza
married: 1889 John William GARDINER.

Mary Ann
married: 1889 Oscar Augustus Waldermar ZIMMERMAN.

Annie
married: 1890 Charles Bernhart HAHNEL.

Emily
married: 1890 William JORY.

Priscilla
married: 1890 James NELSON.

Florence
married: 1894 Hugh Russell SUTHERLAND.

Louisa Ellen Maud
married: 1895 John BEEL.

Loui
married: 1896 Charles William WILSON.

Sarah
married: 1896 William Charles GROVES.

Adelaide Gillian Francis
married: 1897 Thomas Edgar COULTER.

Mary Helena
married: 1897 Richard Henry COMMONS.

Mary Rose
married: 1897 Edmond Harold BLAIR.

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

JN 61817

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