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HITCHCOCK marriages (males) 1850-1898 Victoria Australia

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HITCHCOCK marriages (males) 1850-1898 Victoria Australia.

HITCHCOCK (males)


Joseph
married: 1850 Mary Ann GREEN.

William Halley
married: 1851 Mary Ann DONAHOE.

William
married: 1852 Jane PATTERSON.

William
married: 1852 Anne MATHEWS.

Walter Michelmore
married: 1857 Mary BURROW.

George Michelmore
married: 1859 Ann LOWE.

George
married: 1859 Jemima STUMBLES.

Walter Michelmore
married: 1860 Amelia WOOLARD.

Ernest James Sew
married: 1861 Ellen KEYES.

Thomas
married: 1863 Christina FREMAN.

William
married: 1864 Fanny CHAMNEY.

Edward Albert
married: 1866 Mary ROBERTSON.

Daniel
married: 1867 Isabella SHARP.

George Edward
married: 1868 Elizabeth Ann DYER.

William
married: 1869 Florence Annie WEBB.

Norman
married: 1872 Ellen selina COLES.

Robert
married: 1877 Emma Louisa FALCONER.

Thomas
married: 1880 Elizabeth LUKE.

George Henry
married: 1882 Eliza HIMBURY.

William
married: 1884 Sarah SHEARD.

Emily Alexander
married: 1884 Alice Edward SCOTT.

Roland Robert
married: 1885 Paulina FRYDENBURG.

Henry
married: 1885 Charlotte PITHER.

Oliver James
married: 1886 Charlotte BURTON.

Alexander
married: 1890 Lucy HOPE.

George Nelson
married: 1890 Olivia Sophia GUSCETTI.

Howard
married: 1890 Charlotte Louisa Turnbull ROYCE.

William
married: 1891 Helen Amy MORTON.

George Frederick
married: 1893 Margaret TRENOWETH.

Edward
married: 1898 Margaret Emma GUNSSER.

Herbert
married: 1898 Marie Ledgard BARROWCLOUGH.

Compiled from the Victorian Birth Indexes to assist others researching the HITCHCOCK lines.

JN 33739

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on 2011-06-01 22:04:56

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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by janilye on 2011-06-03 10:18:28

Another bit of my family oral history.
My grandfather who used to buy his clothes from a store in Maitland called 'Hitchcock and Pettit'
Just thought I'd share that. :)

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