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MUNCKTON marriages 1870-1942 Victoria Australia

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MUNCKTON marriages 1870-1942 Victoria Australia.

MUNCKTON (males)


John Webber
married: 1876 Christina WHITE.

Charles
married: 1778 Christina Anderson RYLAND.

James
married: 1879 Catherine Howson WATSON.

James Russell
married: 1912 Ethel May SMITH.

Arthur Herbert
married: 1915 Maude Evelyn MCINTOSH.

Herbert Ryland
married: 1918 Ivy Gladys SWALLING.

Leslie Francis
married: 1918 Jessie Sarah Jane FOX.

Ivo
married: 1922 Mary Ann TREWEEK.

John Webster Milbank
married: 1930 Helen May DAWSON.

John Walter Webber
married: 1931 Lesley Cowper DUNLOP.

Edward Charles
married: 1938 May Patience BRUNSDEN.

Herbert George
married: 1942 Francis Pearl GOLDSACK.

MUNCKTON (females)

Mary
married: 1870 James FORBES.

Rhoda
married: 1871 Alexander George MILLER.

Caroline
married: 1878 Charles William GALLOIS.

Katherine Dawson
married: 1884 Charles Richard Alo BOOBIER.

Alice May
married: 1903 George RAMAGE.

Ethel Rose
married: 1908 Richard Thomas Trafalgar WILKINSON.

Katherine Rhoda
married: 1908 Warman Darke PURBRICK.

Frances Ann
married: 1912 Ernest VERNON.

Mary Margaret Forbes
married: 1913 Max Arthur TREICHEL.

Ethel Ruby
married: 1914 Leonard Henry TAYLOR.

Mary Forbes
married: 1916 Eric Nicholas STAFF.

Elsie Maud
married: 1919 Albert Sterling BARKER.

Sybil
married: 1935 William Quon LORNE-SMITH.

Christina Ethel
married: 1937 Thomas Warren BLEAZBY.

Isabel Maude
married: 1937 Harold Patrick SINCLAIR.

Ivy Bell
married: 1941 Owen Charles CALLARD.

Margaret Evelyn
married: 1942 Bentley GUEST.

Please note.
The first MUNCKTON marriage located in Victoria was 1870.

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

JN 21770

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on 2010-06-06 18:05:02

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family lines 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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