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REDPATH marriages (males) 1852-1920 Victoria Australia

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REDPATH marriages (males) 1852-1920 Victoria Australia

REDPATH (males)

married: 1852 Mary TIERNEY.

married: 1854 Isabella VEITCH.

married: 1857 Mary BLOY.

married: 1857 Margaret ROBERTS.

John Smith
married: 1868 Eliza THOMSON.

John Charles Henry
married: 1873 Gwenllin POWELL.

married: 1878 Agnes Maud MARTIN.

married: 1882 Alice TIMMS.

Edward Steel
married: 1883 Elizabeth Ann WHITE.

married: 1883 Rachel MORTON.

Thomas Veitch
married: 1885 Louisa PAYNE.

married: 1888 Mary FRASER.

George Johnston
married: 1889 Jane ROWCLIFFE.

Robert Airey
married: 1889 Sarah Sislea Emma PENTLAND.

married: 1889 Jane GOW.

married: 1889 Lydia BATES.

George William
married: 1891 Laura HELLINGS.

Edward George
married: 1894 Elizabeth Ann KNIGHT.

David Alexander
married: 1897 Margaret Walter MCLURE.

married: 1898 Ethel HELLINGS.

married: 1898 Elizabeth HANSEN.

Andrew Fortune
married: 1899 Isabella COCKBURN.

Alfred James Reuben
married: 1905 Martha Jane WARDLAW.

married: 1905 Fanny Benton COULSON.

married: 1905 Frances Mary HOLDER.

Harold James
married: 1910 Ada Blanch CLARK.

Warburton Stanley
married: 1910 Bertha Mary POOLE.

Hedley Norman
married: 1914 Elsie Gravenar SMITH.

Bruce Paton
married: 1917 Clara Margaret CADWALLADER.

George Veitch
married: 1919 Caroline May CLARKE.

Harry Curtis
married: 1919 Dorothy Douglas BROADBENT.

Claude Cyril
married: 1920 Annie Christina COLLETT.

William Airey
married: 1920 Julia Alice Mary TRIMBLE.

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

JN 39964

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on 2011-08-30 01:19:17

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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