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MANSON marriages 1850-1915 South Australia

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MANSON marriages 1850-1915 South Australia.

MANSON (males)

Alexander John
married: 1850 Marianne COLLETT.

married: 1865 Wilhelmina Lucy FILSELL.

married: 1875 Eliza SANDOY.

married: 1876 Susannah WIBDAY.

James Morris
married: 1876 Jane CALDER.

Joseph Clouston
married: 1878 Jane MAYFIELD.

William Henry
married: 1880 Edith ROGERS.

married: 1897 Isabella MCAULAY.

Abraham William
married: 1903 Ellen SHARP.

Arthur James
married: 1904 Anastasia GRANLEESE.

William James
married: 1907 Annie Elizabeth PUSCHNER.

married: 1912 Phyllis ROBINSON.

Henry Jaffa Leslie
married: 1912 Susan CHAPMAN.

Roderick Douglas
married: 1915 Frances May GOULDSON.

MANSON (females)

married: 1850 Archibald SHIELDS.

married: 1865 John FILSELL.

married: 1868 Walton MEAD.

married: 1874 Edward AMORY.

married: 1877 Henry Lovell BULLEN.

married: 1887 Harry Paul MIESSNER.

Mary Sophia
married: 1897 Walter Elphinstone MUSPRATT.

Jane Isabel
married: 1900 Alexander Donald THOMSON.

Nellie May
married: 1904 William George CUTTLE.

Edith Harriet
married: 1905 John Arward Christian DAHLIN.

Adelaide Berthe
married: 1905 Mortimer EVE.

Edith Ellen Mary
married: 1906 unrecorded NOTALLA.

Maude Agnes
married: 1911 Paul LYNCH.

Olive Sophia
married: 1911 Edgar William PITT.

Edith Alice
married: 1911 Robert Augustus Smith ROBERTS.

Cora Annie
married: 1911 James Arthur HODGSON.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the MANSON lines.

JN 41063

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