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HOBAN marriages 1898-1920 Victoria Australia

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HOBAN marriages 1898-1920 Victoria Australia.

HOBAN (males)

Samuel John
married: 1900 May Louisa Elizabeth HOLDEN.

married: 1901 Margaret CRINIGAN.

married: 1901 Katherine BRENNAN.

Thomas Matthew
married: 1904 Christina MONAGHAN.

James Benjamin
married: 1906 Rose Kathleen MASON.

married: 1906 Catherine HOBAN.

married: 1907 Mary Josine DORAN.

married: 1908 Mary MOLLOY.

John Joseph
married: 1911 Catherine MCMARTIN.

John Michael
married: 1911 Annie Josine BYRNE.

Michael John
married: 1911 Bridget May RYAN.

Daniel James
married: 1915 Mary Elizabeth BUTLER.

married: 1916 Nellie MARSHALL.

Robert John
married: 1918 Mary Teresa MULVENNA.

married: 1919 Catherine CANALI.

HOBAN (females)

married: 1898 John MARTIN.

Emily Amelia
married: 1900 edward NAUGHTON.

Sarah Jane
married: 1900 George SCOTT.

Annie Agnes
married: 1901 Robert John ORKNEY.

Ellen Theresa
married: 1904 James LEECH.

Eileen Josine
married: 1904 James MONTGOMERY.

married: 1906 Pierce HOBAN.

Mary Jane
married: 1906 Ralph KERR.

Sarah Ellen
married: 1906 Francis James WALSH.

married: 1908 John James EGAN.

Martha Margaret
married: 1910 Ernest Herbert WILCOX.

Agnes Bridget
married: 1911 Peter QUINLAN.

Johanna May
married: 1911 James Joseph DOLLY.

Eileen Winifred
married: 1914 Claude MOOPHETT.

Gerte Josine
married: 1914 John Oliver HARROD.

married: 1914 David James CLAMPETT.

married: 1917 John INCIGNERI.

Catherine Frances
married: 1920 Patrick DONEGAN.

married: 1920 John WILLIAMS.

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


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