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SACH marriages 1855-1920 Victoria Australia

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SACH marriages 1855-1920 Victoria Australia.

SACH (males)


George
married: 1855 Johanna KEARCE.

John
married: 1855 Ann CLEMSON.

Charles Reuben
married: 1878 Emma DUNN.

Arthur George Rayner
married: 1883 Louisa Ann BROWN.

Henry Edward
married: 1886 Maggie Hardwick ROBERTSON.

William Henry
married: 1886 Helen WORNER.

William John
married: 1886 Clara Best NAUNTON.

Charles Reuben
married: 1888 Clara HART.

Charles Edward
married: 1888 Elizabeth McPherson CAMPBELL.

George Thomas
married: 1890 Elizabeth NICHOLSON.

William Henry
married: 1892 Elizabeth Ann WILLIAMS.

John
married: 1900 Sarah Ann MCINNES.

Charles Reuben
married: 1902 Kate BERGGY.

Charles Henry Victor
married: 1915 Kathleen Beatrice MURRAY.

William Leslie Edward
married: 1917 Pearl Margaret Elizabeth BROOKS.

Percy Victor
married: 1918 Emma Jane BEAL.

Arthur George Rayner
married: 1920 Ivy FRANCIS.

SACH (females)

Sarah Emma
married: 1876 Thomas HUNTLEY.

Mary Alice
married: 1881 Howell David JONES.

Elizabeth Annie
married: 1883 James Robert LOWE.

Mary Anne
married: 1887 Robert William ZIRKLER.

Florence Emma
married: 1902 William Henry TALBOT.

Ena Alice
married: 1910 Edmond Ernest BUTLER.

Irene Clara
married: 1911 Albert William HALEY.

Lyla Martha
married: 1911 Alfred Victor HIBBERT.

Jessie Alice Dixon
married: 1914 William Francis YATES.

Lily Christina
married: 1915 George William MAY.

Beatrice Hetty
married: 1917 Albert Edward CLARKE.

Laura Mildred
married: 1917 Frederick NEILSON.

Emma Julia
married: 1919 Alexander DUNCAN.

Alma
married: 1920 Thomas KILDEA.

Stella Constance
married: 1920 Joseph Henry STORY.

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

JN 22262

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on 2010-06-29 00:13:22

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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