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KICK marriages 1852-1932 Victoria Australia

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KICK marriages 1852-1932 Victoria Australia.

Males


Solomon
Married: Mary Ann MAGGS 1856.
See Post: KICK Solomon married Mary MAGGS 1856

Thomas William
Married: Annie Cecil CHARNLEY 1889.
See Post: KICK Thomas married Annie CHARNLEY 1889

Albert Ernest
Married: Minnie Warnes NARROWAY 1905.

Albert Ernest
Married: Isabel Henrietta WILLIAMS 1912.

Alfred Solomon
Married: Ruby Maud TOMASINI 1920.

Herbert Earl
Married: Grace Elizabeth GLOURY 1923.

William George
Married: Catherine Jane PRICE 1923.

Raymond Alexander
Married: Florence YOUNG 1924.

Harold Thomas
Married: Annie Adam CLEEVE 1927.

Frederick Solomon
Married: Lucy Margaret Jane GRIFFITHS 1931.

Edward Murray
Married: Linda BANKS 1932.

Females

Thirza
Married: Arthur HARMON 1852.

Mary Ann
Married: Walter Charles BELL 1887.
See Post: BELL Walter married Mary KICK 1887

Mary Alice
Married: George John HILES 1892.
See Post: HILES George married Mary KICK 1892

Eliza
Married: George WEEKS 1893.
See Post: WEEKS George married Eliza KICK 1893

Ellen
Married: George Colin FERGUSON 1900.

Emily
Married: John George HODGSON 1901.

Alice Maud
Married: Stanley Sydney Randolph UNDERWOOD 1914.

Isabel Beatrice
Married: Leslie John HECKER 1916.

Doris Elma
Married: Louis Evan GOBBETT 1917.

Cecile Annie
Married: Percy Orlando HORTON 1921.

Florence Amelia
Married: John Roberts PEARCE 1921.

Alice
Married: Eli Josepph FISHER 1923.

Myra Ellen
Married: David Henry MCLAY 1923.

Isabel Henrietta
Married: William Edward CARROLL 1930.

Freda Mary
Married: Albert Frederick TOWLER 1930.

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

JN 69053

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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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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