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MILLGATE marriages 1860-1942 Victoria Australia

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MILLGATE marriages 1860-1942 Victoria Australia.

MILLGATE (males)

married: 1865 Agnes TURNBULL.

married: 1875 Margaret FARNES.

John Thomas
married: 1882 Fran Maria HUTCHINSON.

Archibald Mitchell F
married: 1884 Ellen COLE.

married: 1893 Catherine Sarah KIRK.

James Garey
married: 1899 Ellen Emily STIRLING.

married: 1901 Margaret KENNEDY.

George Patrick
married: 1916 Gladys PALMER.

married: 1920 Eileen Mary MARTIN.

James Petts
married: 1920 Beryl Annie Florence AMOS.

Leonard Roy Francis
married: 1927 Edith HALLIDAY.

married: 1932 Ruby Ada BALLIS.

Douglas James
married: 1942 Gwen Isabell COLLINS.

MILLGATE (females)

married: 1860 Isaac HUGHES.

Henrietta Susanna
married: 1873 James MARSHALL.

Sarah Ann
married: 1877 George Henry MCLEAN.

Robina Emily
married: 1877 James MARSHALL.

married: 1879 Robert James NEWELL.

married: 1879 William INGLIS.

Lavina Clara
married: 1883 William James GLOVER.

married: 1885 Edwin CLARKE.

married: 1885 William WYLLIE.

Selina Elizabeth
married: 1889 Edward James PICKETT.

Clara Elizabeth Mary
married: 1898 Henry BENTLEY.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1909 Alfred Ernest JOHNSTON.

Cecilia Jane
married: 1912 John BRIGGS.

Hazel Victoria Annie
married: 1918 Petro CIPRIANO.

Emma Stella
married: 1920 Otto Hugh PETERSON.

Ivy Doris
married: 1923 George Austin HOBBS.

Ruby Ellen
married: 1927 Arthur Wardle CARVER.

Elsie Kathleen Golder
married: 1932 James Edward CHANDLER.

Carrie Margaret
married: 1937 Arthur Ronald Albert SMITH.

Edna Mary
married: 1941 William Norman BARKER.

Nancy June
married: 1942 Kenneth SORRELL.

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

JN 23483

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