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ORAM marriages 1855-1914 Victoria Australia

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ORAM marriages 1855-1914 Victoria Australia.

ORAM (males)

married: 1855 Phoebe ROWE.

married: 1859 Mary WALSH.

married: 1873 Mary Ann PITCHER.

married: 1880 Harriet Amel SEMPLE.

Charles Murray
married: 1883 Alice Annie DAWKINS.

married: 1883 Elizabeth OLNEY.

George Glover
married: 1884 Catherine MCINNES.

Thomas Sheldon
married: 1885 Isabella NIMMO.

married: 1889 Maria MINNS.

married: 1890 Adelaide Maria WHITE.

James Thomas
married: 1901 Mary Isabella MCKENZIE.

William Glover
married: 1903 Margaret BENN.

Henry James
married: 1906 Adelaide Carol SOSBEY.

Ernest Charles
married: 1910 Cressie Beatrice DILLON.

Joseph Ernest
married: 1913 Annie MCINERNY.

ORAM (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1877 William Jefferey MATHER.

Mary Ann
married: 1883 Robert THOMPSON.

married: 1887 George Althorp PRATT.

married: 1888 Augustus Gardiner BROWNE.

Elizabeth Mary Ann
married: 1890 Alfred Henry CHAPMAN.

married: 1892 Evan Thomas WILLIAMS.

Elizabeth Emma
married: 1894 William Frederick JENKINS.

Mary Charlotte Ann
married: 1896 John Robinson SPENCER.

Sarah Jane
married: 1902 Thomas Rupert HEWITT.

Ada Blanche
married: 1903 Herbert Nicol STAFF.

married: 1903 Charles Frederick ROACH.

Clara Maud
married: 1905 William WAUGH.

married: 1910 James LANE.

Sarah Elizabeth
married: 1910 Oscar August MARX.

Phoebe Elizabeth
married: 1912 Thomas Eddy POLLARD.

Alice Maud
married: 1914 George Donald BUSH.

Florence Emily
married: 1914 Alexander Arthur KELM.

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

JN 44220

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on 2012-01-05 15:58:43

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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