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KIRWAN marriages (females) 1916-1942 Victoria Australia

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KIRWAN marriages (females) 1916-1942 Victoria Australia.

KIEWAN (females)


Lilas Florence Eileen
married: 1917 Richard Batten EDWARDS.

Elizabeth
married: 1920 Michael DUFFY.

Frances
married: 1920 Frederick Henry JEFFERY.

Margaret
married: 1920 Graham PARKER.

Mary
married: 1920 Joseph GLEESON.

Eileen Isabel
married: 1921 James Esmond SMITH.

Ivy Marguerite
married: 1921 Horace David MCWATERS.

Barbara Elizabeth Ada
married: 1922 Leslie Campbell BOAK.

Julia
married: 1924 John Patrick COLLIER.

Nora May
married: 1924 Charles MCCORMACK.

Irene
married: 1927 John DWYER.

Margaret
married: 1927 Frank Les Vernon John HALLOWAY.

Veronica
married: 1928 Edward SEVAL.

Kathleen Frances
married: 1930 William Albert DUNBAR.

Edna Mary
married: 1933 John Collin LOUDON.

Mary
married: 1934 Arthur REEVES.

Thelma Veronica
married: 1934 Raymond Edward PARKIN.

Margaret Ann
married: 1935 Arnold Eric ATKINSON.

Catherine
married: 1936 William Stanley INNES.

Irene Mary
married: 1936 Leonard Charles BELL.

Mary Margaret
married: 1938 Vincent James MURPHY.

Helen Florence
married: 1939 Ernest Leslie ENGLISH.

Ethel Lilian
married: 1939 Stanley Albert PANTHER.

Sheila Ellen
married: 1940 Leslie Ronald CONDIE.

Marie Stephanie
married: 1940 Alexander Lynton HIGGS.

Emily Joan
married: 1940 Alan David SKURRIE.

Florence
married: 1941 Daniel Patrick HANDLEY.

Beryl
married: 1941 George Laidlaw DAVIES.

Natalie Melba
married: 1941 George Frank MACDONALD.

Dorothy
married: 1942 Alan Colling NICHOLLS.

Also see KERWIN and KIRWIN marriages.

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

JN 59783

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