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LANGRIDGE marriages 1859-1920 Victoria Australia

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LANGRIDGE marriages 1859-1920 Victoria Australia.

LANGRIDGE (males)


Charles
married: 1859 Anne WITCOMB.

Richard
married: 1859 Elizabeth MARLOW.

John
married: 1861 Anney CUMMINGS.

John William
married: 1873 Emma BURROWS.

George Thomas
married: 1884 Ellen Annie DARLING.

Samuel Robert
married: 1890 Mary Margaret TIPPING.

Alfred George Henry
married: 1891 Mary Ann ALDER.

Arthur David
married: 1892 Mary Anna CHURCHES.

George Witcomb
married: 1892 Alice MACKWELL.

Richard
married: 1893 Nancy TURPENY.

Arthur David
married: 1901 Ethel STEELE.

Robert David
married: 1903 Mary Mears Jackson VICKERY.

Arthur George
married: 1908 Nellie VICKERY.

Charles George
married: 1914 Helen BURNS.

Gordon David
married: 1914 Kathleen Eileen Elizabeth DODDS.

Joseph Bernard
married: 1919 Claire Josephine DUNN.

LANGRIDGE (females)

Mary Anne
married: 1878 Dougald MCCOLL.

Ann
married: 1878 John COFFEY.

Jane Carol
married: 1891 Robert Wallace BEST.

Emma Louise
married: 1882 George Golding WOOD.

Jane Susannah Louisa
married: 1884 William CADMAN.

Elizabeth Lucy Ann
married: 1888 James HIGGINSON.

Blanch Meige Florence
married: 1892 James Charles TIGHE.

Elizabeth Maria
married: 1895 Jacob TORNEY.

Hannah Amelia
married: 1896 Edwin DELLAN.

Emma Jane
married: 1902 William Arthur HAY.

Annie Christina
married: 1912 Charles William BATH.

Dorothy Ellen
married: 1916 Charles Gerald HACK.

Ivy Llewellyn
married: 1918 Leslie Clarence GRAYSON.

Jeannie
married: 1919 Harry Albert David MCKENZIE.

Daisy Elizabeth
married: 1920 John Samuel TOOHEY.

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

JN 26700

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