PLUNKETT marriages 1906-1920 Victoria Australia
PLUNKETT marriages 1906-1920 Victoria Australia.
married: 1907 Annie WILSON.
married: 1907 Mary Elizabeth FISHER.
married: 1910 Annie FRANCIS.
married: 1911 Charlotte Ethel May HARRIS.
married: 1912 Annie Ellen Grahammes MURPHY.
married: 1912 Rosetta Harriet ROLLS.
married: 1912 Ruby Eleanor WHITLEY.
married: 1912 Emma STAFFORD.
Married: 1913 Nellie May GROTH.
married: 1913 Ethel MCKENNA.
married: 1914 Bedilia Ellen STANLEY.
married: 1915 Alice Jane CROFT.
married: 1915 Fanny Mabel AITKEN.
married: 1915 Ethel May COLLEY.
married: 1916 Teresa CONWAY.
married: 1916 Florence Elizabeth ALLARDICE.
married: 1918 Gladys HAINES.
married: 1918 Beatrice Winifred DUNCAN.
married: 1920 Elizabeth JACKSON.
married: 1920 Minnie Frances MCFARLANE.
married: 1920 Dory Winifred Annie WOOL.
married: 1920 Kathleen BREEN.
married: 1920 Eva Mary BRYCESON.
married: 1906 William Henry FISHER.
married: 1907 Edward James MILEY.
married: 1907 Edward DOWEY.
married: 1907 Henry Joseph HUDSON.
married: 1908 William PARK.
married: 1908 Michael DALY.
married: 1908 Arthur Herbert BIGGS.
married: 1908 Frederick Henry SPENCES.
married: 1909 John Patrick CASEY.
married: 1911 James Daniel COLLINS.
married: 1913 Ernest Edward BAKER.
married: 1913 Harry BLACK.
married: 1914 George Moore STANLEY.
married: 1915 John William HEALY.
married: 1915 James Patrick QUIRK.
married: 1915 Alfred Henry STOPHER.
married: 1916 John Henry FISHER.
married: 1918 Herbert Rowland STEPHENS.
married: 1918 David EDNEY.
married: 1919 Joshua BERGER.
married: 1919 John SYNNOTT.
married: 1919 Robin DUNCAN.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the PLUNKETT lines.
on 2012-11-27 15:27:08
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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.