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LUGG marriages (females) 1855-1906 Victoria Australia

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LUGG marriages (females) 1855-1906 Victoria Australia.

LUGG (females)


Margaret
married: 1855 John BARBER.

Mary
married: 1856 Samuel ROBERTS.

Ellen
married: 1857 Thomas Erskine ANNAN.

Jane
married: 1861 James ROWE.

Jane Elizabeth
married: 1862 John Edward MATTHEWS.

Grace
married: 1862 John MANN.

Sophia Ann
married: 1864 Charles NOBLE.

Annie
married: 1865 Benjamin ROWE.

Martha
married: 1868 William HALL.

Emma
married: 1882 Henry MCMEIKAN.

Lavinia Almira Blanche
married: 1882 David MCPHEE.

Susan Jane
married: 1857 James MEENY.

Eliza
married: 1887 Robert ROBERTS.

Ellen Kate Mary
married: 1888 John WINGRAVE.

Marion Elinor
married: 1890 John SMITH.

Isabella
married: 1891 James CURNOW.

Mary Ann
married: 1893 Richard ALLAN.

Christina
married: 1895 Lott MCKAY.

Eleanor Jane
married: 1897 William James LONG.

Ada Selina
married: 1899 Ernest Rowland GORELL.

Ellen
married: 1902 Charles Rayment RATCLIFFE.

Laura
married: 1902 William MURLEY.

Laura Adelaide
married: 1902 Frederick Galloway PIRIE.

Elizabeth Mary Ellen
married: 1903 Charles Albert HAMMOND.

Millicent Alice
married: 1903 David Percival RUSSELL.

Amy
married: 1904 James STODDART.

Ethel May
married: 1904 Edward Charles LOYAL.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1905 Gabriel Stephen BEXTREAM.

Mary Jane
married: 1905 Arthur Edward BULLER.

Hester Fanny
married: 1906 Ernest Alfred ROBERTSON.

Maria
married: 1906 Hugh MCFARLANE.

Rena Maud
married: 1906 Percival Stewart OLARENSHAW.

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

JN 59722

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on 2014-07-02 01:05:07

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

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