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MATHERS marriages (males) 1905-1925 Victoria Australia

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MATHERS marriages (males) 1905-1925 Victoria Australia.

MATHERS (males)

William Alexander
married: 1905 Mary Ellen FRASER.

Charles William
married: 1906 Harriet Jane Fanny SMITH.

John Edward
married: 1907 Eleanor Hariet FARRANT.

William John
married: 1908 Margaret SEYMOUR.

Alexander McDonald
married: 1909 Jacobina SCHADE.

Clarence Henry
married: 1910 Edith CAMPBELL.

Frederick Charles Robert
married: 1910 Edith Jane MCNEIL.

married: 1911 Katherine RENCHAN.

Hugh Samuel
married: 1911 Adelaide Frances BUCKLEY.

Jack Rupert
married: 1911 Violet FRASER.

married: 1911 Anastasia JOURELLE.

Frederick James
married: 1912 Jena GOVAN.

George Gilbert
married: 1912 Ethel Amy FOSTER.

Hiram Leslie
married: 1912 Ruby Muriel SINCLAIR.

married: 1913 Harriet SHEPHERD.

married: 1914 Davina IRVING.

married: 1915 Sydney Evelyn CALABY.

married: 1916 Maud Irvine HOPPER.

John Murray Dawson
married: 1916 Daisy Olive Maud KITTLE.

Charles William
married: 1917 Nellie BARRINGTON.

Ebbine Edward
married: 1919 Elsie May ARMOUR.

Harold Robert
married: 1919 Elsie May PRICE.

William George Bruce
married: 1921 Martha Adelaide GRIEVE.

married: 1921 Julia THOMAS.

Reginald Hugh
married: 1922 Mary Winifred HOGAN.

William Henry Meredith
married: 1922 Edna Elsie REES.

Harold McLellan
married: 1923 Ada Victoria PRATT.

Ebbin Edward
married: 1925 Amy Victoria PARKMAN.

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

JN 40341

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