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LEGG marriages (females) 1860-1920 Victoria Australia

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LEGG marriages (females) 1860-1920 Victoria Australia.

LEGG (females)


Sarah
married: 1860 John FRANKS.

Anne
married: 1862 John SARGEANT.

Annie
married: 1867 August HELTERHOFF.

Jane
married: 1869 Elija HANCOCK.

Elizabeth
married: 1869 George DUFF.

Emily Mary
married: 1871 Edwin Samuel BRIDGER.

Matilda
married: 1871 John JENNINGS.

Annie
married: 1872 John Hector EDWARD.

Mary Ann
married: 1872 John BENNETT.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 Edward OREILLY.

Ellen
married: 1883 Charles William HODGSON.

Maria Mary
married: 1883 Henry Millar SIMPSON.

Sarah Ann
married: 18982 Robert JEFFREY.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1894 Enos CORDY.

Elizabeth
married: 1895 George Algernon IDLE.

Gerte Miriam
married: 1895 Patrick AYLWARD.

Ada Kate
married: 1896 James Thomas ARLAND.

Rebecca
married: 1900 William George BROOKS.

Catherine
married: 1901 Charles HANSFORD.

Mary
married: 1903 Jacob Thomas BRIGGS.

Christina Elizabeth
married: 1912 George Leopold ROMERIL.

Edith Alice
married: 1912 George Henry CLARENCE.

Rose
married: 1912 Alfred JOINT.

Ivy Isabel
married: 1914 John Richard CORBETT.

Elizabeth
married: 1915 Edward John BERRY.

Mabel Florence
married: 1915 Charles CAMERON.

Emily Elizabeth
married: 1916 William Baxter GIBSON.

Emily Olive May
married: 1917 Russell KERSLAKE.

Ethel May
married: 1918 Perdy Emmerson ROGERS.

Liln Emily
married: 1920 Joseph Edward HUGHES.

May Dora
married: 1920 Ernest John MCKAY.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the LEGG lanes.

JN 42952

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on 2011-11-22 05:50:10

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. 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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