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MIDDLEDITCH marriages 1850-1933 Victoria Australia

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MIDDLEDITCH marriages 1850-1933 Victoria Australia.


married: 1850 Margaret SUTHERLAND.

Woolfrey Honeywood
married: 1855 Susannah Eliza BERRELL.

married: 1864 Anne FITZPATRICK.

married: 1867 Jane SMITH.

Alexander James
married: 1878 Mary Anne HARVEY.

married: 1878 Amy PIERCE.

married: 1883 Margaret WILSON.

Charles George
married: 1889 Adelaide BLACK.

Ernest Henry
married: 1899 Elizabeth KNOX.

Albert Walton
married: 1900 Mary Anna Tregenza CLEMENCE.

Frederick Hugh
married: 1912 Alice Beatrice GADSBY.

Patrick Albert
married: 1914 Kate Elizabeth GADSBY.

Keith Manton
married: 1923 Ivy Beatrice EOWLAND.

married: 1925 Lillian Louise KING.

Albert Walton
married: 1928 Edith Willamena Maud FARMER.

Leslie Francis
married: 1933 Laura Marian GIBB.


married: 1883 Joseph Augustin BURRITT.

married: 1888 Richard PULLEN.

married: 1889 James Edward CAREY.

Mary Anne
married: 1890 John BRUTON.

Maud Mary
married: 1893 John KERRIGAN.

married: 1901 Charles William MURRAY.

Christina Ann
married: 1905 Joseph PIKE.

Florence Elizabeth
married: 1905 John Bettor BLITZ.

Mary Ethel
married: 1907 Percy Laugham DALE.

Frances Margaret
married: 1909 Frank Merson DAY.

Amy Florence
married: 1910 Edward Llewellyn HOLLY.

married: 1913 Sidney Richard TREVAN.

Christina Annie
married: 1913 Charles Adolphus FRANDSEN.

Adelaide Catherine
married: 1914 Peter HARVEY.

married: 1917 Reginald Samuel CLARK.

married: 1918 Albert Percy FISHER.

Inez Margaret
married: 1918 George Hodgson BURGDORF.

Mavis Clemence
married: 1932 Vere Locksley REEVE.

Adelaide Catherine
married: 1927 Thomas Harrie SINGLETON.

Please note.
No MIDDLEDITCH marriages recorded in Victoria 1934-1942.

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

JN 22510

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on 2010-07-11 02:02:53

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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