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JUKES marriages (males) 1901-1932 Victoria Australia

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JUKES marriages (males) 1901-1932 Victoria Australia.

JUKES (males)

Alfred Ernest
married: 1902 Edith BATCHELOR.

Albert Giles
married: 1904 Annie THOMAS.

married: 1905 Mary Jane YOUNG.

Charles Frederick William
married: 1907 Lucy Dora HILL.

Alfred Ernest
married: 1908 Mary Jane CREE.

John Arthur
married: 1908 Margaret Lena BROWN.

Henry James
married: 1910 Elizabeth BRODERICK.

Albert Thomas
married: 1911 Florence Edith TRALLOPE.

Edward James
married: 1913 Dorothy May CHAPMAN.

Horace Christopher
married: 1913 Annie DUCKWORTH.

William Henry
married: 1913 Ann Ambrose PATULLO.

James Fraser
married: 1914 Bertha DUNCAN.

Walter Cromwell
maried: 1914 Mabel Ethel SMYTH.

married: 1915 Flororence Gladys BOYLE.

married: 1917 Elizabeth DUNN.

William Henry
married: 1917 Dora Margaret BOOTH.

Ernest Leslie
married: 1918 Bertha HALL.

Albert Leopold
married: 1920 Dulcie May PORTER.

Eric John
married: 1920 Catherine THOMAS.

married: 1920 Irene Matilda JONES.

Charles Allen
married: 1921 Hazel Alice Terrill DAY.

Roy Cleveland
married: 1924 Rosalind Mary KENNEDY.

Albert Giles
married: 1924 Isabella HAWORTH.

Edward Tyson
married: 1925 Bell BOYD.

Harold Leo
married: 1927 Ida May ORFORD.

John Leslie
married: 1927 Helena SMALL.

Frederick John
married: 1927 Myrtle Hazel Irene SKEEN.

John Ralph
married: 1927 Edith Irene MCQUALTER.

William Reginald
married: 1930 Violet irene WATSON.

Henry James
married: 1931 Doris Cecelia Alice May ASHLEY.

Cyril Thomas
married: 1931 Florence Evelyn SMALL.

Frank Richard
married: 1932 Julia FAHEY.

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

JN 58324

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