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PEGLER marriages 1901-1920 Victoria Australia

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PEGLER marriages 1901-1920 Victoria Australia.

PEGLER (males)


Edward
married: 1901 Ada Victoria HOOTON.

Herbert Marshall
married: 1903 Alice Maude DOBSON.

Albert Percy
married: 1910 Maud DUNCAN.

Weselworth Arthur
married: 1910 Phoebe Sarah BROWN.

Victor John George
married: 1914 Margaret Elenor HILL.

Cecil Isidore
married: 1915 Mary Catherine HURST.

Francis Nicholas
married: 1915 Ellen Matilda SODERSTORM.

George Henry
married: 1915 Edith Sarah QUICK.

Charles Joel
married: 1918 Edith Maud GISSING.

Edwin Howard
married: 1918 Mary Elizabeth MCMAHON.

Percival Absalom
married: 1918 Margaret Ellen SHARP.

Walter Lock
married: 1919 Ellen LIDGEWOOD.

William John
married: 1919 Jean Johnstone LOUTIT.

Augustus Elliott
married: 1920 Annie GRAY.

PEGLER (females)

Mabel
married: 1906 Charles Edgar RIGBY.

Ruth
married: 1906 Robert George KNEALE.

Isabella Mary
married: 1908 William Bruce DALTON.

Bessie
married: 1913 John Gordon BRANAGAN.

Minnie Eliza
married: 1914 James Laurence MCGRATH.

Florence Annie
married: 1915 William Armstrong YULE.

Ethel May
married: 1916 Peter TUENA.

Myrtle Elizabeth
married: 1916 Ernest Stanley CREATON.

Gertrude
married: 1919 Ellen George WILLIAMSON.

Isabella
married: 1919 William MAPPERSON.

Lily
married: 1919 William John MONEY.

Gladys Belle Stennett
married: 1920 John George Molesworth CROWE.

Ruby Agnes
married: 1920 Stanley George William STOKES.

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

JN 62520

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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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