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HENRY marriages (females) 1881-1888 Victoria Australia

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HENRY marriages (females) 1881-1888 Victoria Australia.

HENRY (females)


Harriet
married: 1881 Richard HOVELL.

Hermina Isabel Hirsch
married: 1881 Douglas Edward STEWART.

Ellen
married: 1881 Adam HALLYBURTON.

Euphemia
married: 1881 George William Richard ARMITAGE.

Matilda
married: 1882 Joseph CAXON.

Elizabeth
married: 1883 Frederick GROVES.

Margaret
married: 1883 John Joseph PALMER. (Registered 1886)

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1883 William Henry PERRY.

Mary Emma
married: 1883 George William STEWART.

Jemima
married: 1883 James PARSONS.

Lydia
married: 1883 Frederick BUSCH.

Margaret
married: 1884 John CHEGDWIDDEN.

Janet
married: 1884 Malcolm Pratt WEBSTER.

Jane
married: 1885 Norman Louis MCINNES.

Wilhelmina Marie Regina
married: 1885 Roland Thompson LEECH.

Mary
married: 1885 Joseph Samuel OLIVER.

Margaret
married: 1886 John Joseph PALMER.

Matilda
married: 1886 Joseph Ernest MUMMERY.

Isabella
married: 1887 James Mealmaker IRONS.

Annie
married: 1887 John Henry BLACKNEY.

Margaret Julia Long
married: 1887 James WARE.

Catherine Elizabeth
married: 1887 Frederick Joseph BROOKS.

Sarah
married: 1887 William LAWREY.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1887 Henry William KIRWAN.

Margaret Maria
married: 1887 Edmund BOURKE.

Annie
married: 1887 James SLEVEN.

Margaret Emma
married: 1887 Frederick FRICKE.

Ellen
married: 1888 Allen DUCKWORTH.

Elizabeth Margaret
married: 1888 Thomas William GARRETT.

Margaret
married: 1888 Henry Ponting HALE.

Charlotte
married: 1888 William Downing MARTIN.

Kate Josephine
married: 1888 Laurence PEGAN.

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

JN 62623

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