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ROBARTS marriages 1854-1900 Victoria Australia

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ROBARTS marriages 1854-1900 Victoria Australia.

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

ROBARTS (males)

married: 1854 Mary ODONNELL.

married: 1855 Mary Ann TREGINING.

married: 1860 Frances CARTER.

married: 1863 Mary Jane MADDEN.

Charles Thomas
married: 1865 Catherine Mary GILSENAN.

married: 1872 Dinah DAVIES.

married: 1887 Kate BURROWS.

William Adolphus
married: 1889 Margaret GLOVER.

Herbert Leslie
married: 1894 Isabel Lilian LANCASTER.

married: 1897 Kate BLAIR.

Charles Alfred
married: 1899 Natalie Anna LEUBA.

ROBARTS (females)

married: 1858 Edmund JONES.

Elizabeth Agnes
married: 1863 Thomas BENSON.

Hanna Maria
married: 1866 John HENWOOD.

Alice Holland
married: 1872 William Samuel WILLIS.

married: 1873 William WATTS.

Annie Marie
married: 1874 Thomas Robson BURGESS.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1877 Andrew LONIE.

Mary Jane
married: 1882 John MORONEY.

Maria Mary
married: 1886 Walter CHAPMAN.

Theresa Gertrude
married: 1887 William Albert SHIPPARD.

Ellen Hardwicke
married: 1890 Alexander Brownell CHURCH.

Fanny Herbt
married: 1890 Edmund Joseph COX.

married: 1890 Reginald Selwyn Brett YOUNG.

Ada Maria Pouse
married: 1891 Rivers Beachcroft DICKENSON.

Jessie Jane
married: 1891 Adam REID.

Adina Susan
married: 1897 Robert Andrew BLACK.

Florence Isabel
married: 1897 Albert STREAT.

Esther Eleanor
married: 1899 William Henry SMITH.

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