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NAPIER marriages 1855-1887 Victoria Australia

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NAPIER marriages 1855-1887 Victoria Australia.

Males


John.
Married: Mary Anne BURNS 1855.

Charles.
Married: Anna JACOBS 1859.

Charles.
Married: Mary CODY 1861.

William.
Married: Maria Betsey PANNELL 1862.

Thomas.
Married: Mary MOLLOY 1866.

William Charles.
Married: Eliza MALEY 1867.

William.
Married: Ruth HIRST 1869. (Registered 1909)

Theodore.
Married: Mary Ann NOBLE 1877.

Charles.
Married: Lucy COMB 1881.

John.
Married: Eda Charlotte SCHNEIDER 1882.
Eda also recorded as Eva and Ida in the birth records.

George.
Married: Frances Jane MCCARTHY 1883.

Thomas.
Married: Bertha BEAUMONT 1886.

William.
Married: Emma KNOWLES 1887.

George.
Married: Elizabeth Anna PEARCE 1887.

William.
Married: Elizabeth DAVY 1887.

Females

Catherine.
Married: James HALFORD 1860.

Alice.
Married: John FENTON 1860.

Mary.
Married: John Henry WHITEFIELD 1866.

Eleanor.
Married: George Page BARBER 1869.

Eliza.
Married: Eli CHAMBERLAIN 1871.

Sarah.
Married: Job WILLCOX 1872.

Jessie Paterson.
Married: Martin BRINKMAN 1875.

Annie.
Married: John FRASER 1876.

Isabella.
Married: William TYLER 1879.

Treanda Phelia Arabella.
Married: Bryan OREILLY 1881.

Jane.
Married: William CHAPMAN 1881.

Elizabeth.
Married: John DALGLEISH 1882.

Evalina Alice.
Married: Charles Melbourne HALL 1883.

Catherine.
Married: Henry Augustus WEYMOUTH 1884.

Mary Ann.
Married: John BARRETT 1884.

Margaret.
Married: George CARFRAE 1884.

Susan.
Married: Samuel MCEWAN 1885.

Mary Ann.
Married: Joseph Stanley CONWAY 1886.

Lillian.
Married: John RICKHUSS 1886.

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

JN 65901

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