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MCWHINNEY marriages (males) 1858-1920 Victoria Australia

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MCWHINNEY marriages (males) 1858-1920 Victoria Australia.

MCWHINNEY (males)


Whiteside
married: 1858 Susan Burdett SALISBURY.

Thomas Arthur
married: 1869 Kate EVANS.

Alexnader Wilson
married: 1871 Grace CASSON.

Hugh
married: 1873 Mary Jane DEAN.

James
married: 1874 Alice STEVENS.

Henry James
married: 1879 Catherine Eliza WADDLE.

Thomas
married: 1880 Euphemia Dandy HARLEY.

James
married: 1887 Isabella AITON.

Thomas Londen
married: 1888 Elizabeth HUCKNALL.

Arthur
married: 1889 Mary HOBBS.

Alexander
married: 1895 Grace Elizabeth ROBEY.

Henry James
married: 1895 Louisa Jane SMITH.

Albert Ernest
married: 1897 Henrietta Louisa JOHNSON.

George
married: 1900 Millicent Ellen DOWER.

Frederick Alexander
married: 1902 Amy Elizabeth KERFERD.

David
married: 1903 Emily RICHARDS.

Alexander
married: 1904 Edith Mary MCPHERSON.

Charles
married: 1904 Margaret JAMES.

George
married: 1904 Dihan MITCHELL.

John William
married: 1907 Eva Winifred MORRIS.

Frank
married: 1909 Sophia MORGANTI.

Job
married: 1909 Linda WRIGHT.

Robert
married: 1909 Ruby May MCCARTHY.

Thomas John
married: 1911 Margaret Alice FRANCIS.

John
married: 1914 Marion BEGG.

Henry Leslie
married: 1915 Eileen Adelaide MARSHALL.

Sydney John
married: 1915 Elsie May CADBY.

Percy Alexander
married: 1917 Annie May BRIGHT.

Thomas Whiteside
married: 1919 Agnes Alison POZETT.

Henry Thomas
married: 1920 Bathsheba MCGREGOR.

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

JN 41032

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on 2011-09-16 01:20:46

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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