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INGLIS marriages (females) 1887-1906 Victoria Australia

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INGLIS marriages (females) 1887-1906 Victoria Australia.

INGLIS (females)


Elizabeth
married: 1887 Theophilus JONES.

Elizabeth
married: 1887 Edwin LAWFORD.

Annie Constance Maria
married: 1887 John William SPRINGTHORPE.

Elizabeth Carol
married: 1887 William John MATTHEWS.

Christina Hall
married: 1889 Henry Vine CHAMPION.

Elizabeth
married: 1889 John Boyne DAVIDSON.

Frances
married: 1889 Alexander MCQUINN.

Margaret
married: 1891 Adam Rea BENN.

Mary Jane
married: 1891 Peter DAWSON.

Jeanie Young
married: 1892 Robert Patrick ROBERTSON.

Barbara Thorburn
married: 1894 William FULTON.

Barbara Jessie
married: 1895 Henry HILL.

Maud Loutit
married: 1896 John CRITCHLEY.

Agnes Emma
married: 1897 Charles Edwyn DALY.

Agnes Mary Augusta
married: 1897 Stewart JOHNSTON.

Elizabeth
married: 1897 Patrick Francis HANRAHAN.

Flora McColl
married: 1897 Matthew Albert LEMON.

Jane
married: 1897 Richard Cavendish MARTIN.

Florence Emily
married: 1899 Robert CORNISH.

Margaret Christina
married: 1899 Robert James Henry LEMON.

Euphemia Mary
married: 1900 Benjamin SUTHERLAND.

Jemima
married: 1900 John PARKER.

Elizabeth Naomi
married: 1901 Robert John RICHARDSON.

Mary Helen
married: 1902 Henry BOYLE.

Ellen Boothy
married: 1904 Laurence Edward OTOOLE.

Violet Agnes
married: 1904 William Balfour MIDDLETON.

Isabella Maria
married: 1906 Donald BETHUNE.

Janet Walker
married: 1906 Frederick FOSTER.

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

JN 29912

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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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