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JENSEN marriages (females) 1876-1909 Victoria Australia

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JENSEN marriages (females) 1876-1909 Victoria Australia.

JENSEN (females)

married: 1876 John KLUNDER.

married: 1878 John Thomas QUINTON.

married: 1879 James JORGENSEN.

married: 1885 John Rogers COAD.

married: 1885 John Patrick WARD.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1891 William SCOTT.

married: 1891 Arthur NICHOLSON.

Karoline Maria
married: 1891 arnold Louis KAMP.

Martha Margrethe
married: 1891 John GRAY.

married: 1893 William George LESTER.

married: 1894 Bernard JENSEN.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1894 Ernest Frederick Henry SANDER.

Marie Dorothea
married: 1896 James Edward LODER.

married: 1897 Luke Francis NORKAN.

married: 1899 John Clarke GREAVES.

married: 1900 William Frederick Vincent HARKE.

Annie May
married: 1901 William Henry TREZISE.

married: 1901 William Franklin DOUGALL.

Helen Elizabeth
married: 1902 John Teffin REYNOLDS.

married: 1903 Caleb Horatio REDFORD.

Elizabeth Hall
married: 1905 Samuel GIDDINGS.

Tyrie Dagmar
married: 1905 Corns WHELAN.

Agatha Carol
married: 1906 William YANDLE.

Emma Cherry Ada
married: 1906 David James YOUNG.

Ada Caroline
married: 1908 Ernest August CONGBEAN.

married: 1908 Olaf Peterson WANNED.

Marion Annie Elizabeth
married: 1908 Alfred Archibald Reed Garibaldi BROWN.

Charlotte Jessie
married: 1909 Thomas Edward PRIOR.

Lily Christina
married: 1909 Bernard Edward HANLON.

Please Note.
The first female JENSEN marriage located in Victoria was in 1876.

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

JN 38218

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on 2011-08-08 08:29:56

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