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HAZELDINE marriages 1887-1920 Victoria Australia

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HAZELDINE marriages 1887-1920 Victoria Australia.

HAZELDINE (males)


Samuel
married: 1881 Jane DIWELL.

James Immanuel
married: 1884 Mary Elizabeth POWELL.

Henry William
married: 1887 Elizabeth THOMAS.

James
married: 1892 Catherine Harriet BISHOP.

Ernest
married: 1897 Alice Gertrude BEVAN.

Benjamin Arthur
married: 1898 Frances Jane RUNDELL.

St Clair
married: 1903 Florence Eleanor MCGRATH.

Frederick Charles
married: 1910 Mary FOX.

Percy
married: 1911 Elizabeth Catherine KENNEDY.

Albert William
married: 1914 Olive Eugene TRIBOLET.

Herbert
married: 1915 Muriel Hemsley HOLMAN.

Reginald Victor Hamilton
married: 1916 Edith May COMPTON.

Sydney Herbert
married: 1917 Mary Dulcie EELES.

Ernest Samuel
married: 1920 Olive Rita MACVEAN.

HAZELDINE (females)

Mary Jane
married: 1878 Thomas ROBINS.

Martha
married: 1882 James William HILL.

Eliza
married: 1890 Job LEA.

Elizabeth
married: 1890 David TRENEAR.

Clara Priscilla
married: 1906 William Gavin HAMILTON.

Florence Mary
married: 1907 Charles Frederick MORROW.

Elizabeth
married: 1912 John HODGETTS.

Liln
married: 1914 George Edward CLARK.

Winifred Maud
married: 1914 Herman Leipoldt SCHILLING.

Henrietta Maud
married: 1915 Ernest John GARDINER.

Evelyn Martha
married: 1919 Peter SLADE.

Please note.
The first marriage recorded under HAZELDINE in Victoria was 1878.

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

JN 60404

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on 2014-08-30 17:53:45

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