MURLEY marriages 1855-1925 Victoria Australia
MURLEY marriages 1855-1925 Victoria Australia.
married: 1856 Elizabeth Ann RULE.
married: 1863 Mary CHISHOLM.
married: 1867 Ann Elizabeth FULLER.
married: 1888 Eliza WILLIAMS.
married: 1891 Margaret WEBSTER.
married: 1896 Matilda BINNEY.
married: 1898 Matilda Elizabeth ELLIS.
married: 1901 Sarah Mary THOMAS.
married: 1901 Emily Jane JOLLY.
married: 1902 Ethel Eliza WALSHE.
married: 1902 Laura LUGG.
married: 1903 Edith Maria SANGER.
married: 1905 Rose HARGRAVE.
married: 1909 Edith Julia Florence SMITH.
married: 1911 Catherine BREEN.
married: 1912 Ann NOONAN.
married: 1915 Bessie May REEVES.
married: 1916 Nellie LUGG.
married: 1922 Eva GRIBBLE.
married: 1925 Olive Annie GRIFFITHS.
married: 1855 Thomas WILLIAMS.
married: 1871 Samuel FLOYD.
married: 1873 Matthew GRIBBLE.
married: 1874 Peter BODY.
married: 1875 John JACKSON.
married: 1878 William James LETCH.
married: 1880 Henry BOCKSETTE.
married: 1884 James AVERY.
married: 1884 James TRELOAR.
married: 1885 Henry Thomas RAYNER.
married: 1887 William PIPER.
married: 1890 William GRAIL.
married: 1897 Frederick TAYLOR.
married: 1898 Angus CAMPBELL.
married: 1899 Frederick Hubert CHAPMAN.
married: 1902 James Bernard MCEWAN.
married: 1904 Harry Edward STEVENS.
married: 1905 James Henry PASCOE.
married: 1907 Walter Henry GOURLEY.
married: 1909 James Frederick WILLS.
married: 1914 James Robertson KEAN.
married: 1914 Arthur LYNCH.
married: 1922 Percival James ELLIOTT.
married: 1923 Clarence Patrick MAYNE.
married: 1924 Thomas Trevor WILLIAMS.
married: 1924 Harverynal RIMMER.
married: 1925 William MILLER.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the MURLEY lines.
on 2010-04-08 19:53:11
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
My 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.