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NOTMAN marriages 1841-1920 Victoria Australia

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NOTMAN marriages 1841-1920 Victoria Australia.

NOTMAN (males)


Thomas
married: 1859 Mary WALSH.

John
married: 1876 Janet CLAPPERTON.

Thomas
married: 1885 Elizabeth FORBES.

Matthew
married: 1885 Martha Elizabeth PARSONS.

William
married: 1887 Barbara SPARK.

John
married: 1887 Mary Ann JONES.

Thomas
married: 1888 Mary MCPHERSON.

Archie Goldie
married: 1903 Elizabeth FINDLOW.

James
married: 1905 Henrietta May KERR. (Also recorded as KERN)

James Craig
married: 1905 Elizabeth Amelia HOLDOWAY.

Robert
married: 1905 Minnie Jane LOCKWOOD.

George
married: 1909 Annie AUCHTERLONIE.

Cecil Horace
married: 1912 Margaret Dorothy PEKINGTON.

Arthur
married: 1913 Maud MERRITT.

Albert Parsons
married: 1914 Janet May PENDER.

James
married: 1914 Gertrude Ellenor LOCKWOOD.

William
married: 1915 Kathleen Edith Mary HOPKINS.

Francis
married: 1917 Irene Flora HALLYBURTON.

NOTMAN (females)

Lilly
married: 1841 James LANDLES.

Jane
married: 1857 William GOLDIE.

Jane
married: 1867 James SYKES.

Mary
married: 1888 John Charles LOWDEN.

Isabella Craig
married: 1900 Ernest GARDINER.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1904 Amos Henry LAW.

Mary
married: 1907 John STOCKDALE.

Isabella
married: 1908 William GARDINER.

Elizabeth
married: 1910 Robert henry BENNETT.

Jane
married: 1911 Neil MACFARLANE.

Annie Edith
married: 1912 William TAYLOR.

Janet Ogolvie
married: 1918 William James CRICK.

Isbla
married: 1920 Albert Edward HINDSON.

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

JN 46490

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on 2012-03-04 01:07:34

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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