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KNIPE marriages 1853-1907 Victoria Australia

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KNIPE marriages 1853-1907 Victoria Australia.

KNIPE (males)

William Henry
married: 1853 Margaret Elizabeth PAIN.

married: 1855 Jane MUNRO.

married: 1867 Catherine Elizabeth ROCHE.

married: 1867 Grace FOSTER.

William Batty
married: 1869 Elizabeth Jane CLAY.

married: 1870 Ellen KITTO.

married: 1878 Annie Maria MANSON.

married: 1889 Amy Ann Bancombe WARE.

James Flemming
]married: 1891 Elizabeth WILKINSON.

married: 1892 Ada SMITH.

Hugh James
married: 1892 Annie STEVENS.

married: 1892 Elizabeth Ann HALL.

Arthur John
married: 1896 Elizabeth Ann CLARK.

married: 1896 Ada Annie Jane BANKS.

Roderick Elyard
married: 1896 Roberta SERVICE.

James Dixon
married: 1900 Sarah CARLTON.

married: 1902 Isabel Emma Rebecca SPLATT.

KNIPE (females)

married: 1870 Ernest HENRY.

married: 1886 Henry ONEILL.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1888 Richard JONES.

married: 1888 John CAMPBELL.

Anna Maria
married: 1888 William Henry HARRIS.

Jane Harriet Carol
married: 1895 Cyril Rupert Fancourt CRESSWELL.

Charlotte Gina
married: 1897 Hamilton Sydney SMITH.

Sarah Jane
married: 1891 Charles Withers PIERCE.

Emma Margaret
married: 1901 Edwin John MAJOR.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1901 Richard SALTER.

Agnes Jane
married: 1905 Alexander WHARTON.

Lillian Lucie
married: 1905 Walter OLDHAM.

Laura Alice
married: 1906 John Brennon SANDERSON.

Mary Ellen
married: 1906 Elisha ROBERTSON.

Edith Adeline
married: 1907 Richard William BROWELL.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others reserching the KNIPE lines.

JN 58295

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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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