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SEABROOK marriages (females) 1857-1942 Victoria Australia

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SEABROOK marriages (females) 1857-1942 Victoria Australia.

SEABROOK (females)


Jane
married: 1857 William MCNABB.

Hester
married: 1865 Robert BUCHANAN.

Emily
married: 1865 Alfred John MORTON.

Rebecca
married: 1868 Daniel BEAMES.

Martha
married: 1872 Arthur Iliff HARRIS.

Emma
married: 1874 William Manton BRIGGS.

Julia Rose
married: 1881 John Broadwood SHEPHERD.

Annie Agnes
married: 1883 Thomas ROBERTSON.

Charlotte
married: 1886 John FLEMING.

Alice Ada
married: 1891 John Edwin CROWLE.

Eliza Jessie
married: 1891 Charles Sunderland CARROLL.

Ellen Susan
married: 1894 Henry Patrick MARTINI.

Agnes
married: 1899 John CUMMINGS.

Dorothy
married: 1912 Alexander Vannar Dunlyn RINTOUL.

Ruby Vera Gladys
married: 1915 William Charles MITCHELL.

Margaret Helen
married: 1918 Frank PAGE.

Charlotte Louisa
married: 1922 William Samuel Gordon VINING.

Dorothy
married: 1929 Leng Challenger TUPMAN.

Angela Florence
married: 1931 Herbert Bernickle KNOX.

Winifred Ethel
married: 1936 John Charles MAJOR.

Grace Evelyn
married: 1938 James Duncan BROOKS.

Elsie May
married: 1942 John MILLIGAN.

Kathleen Mabel
married: 1942 James Oliver Garnet GLASTONBURY.

Grace Elizabeth
married: 1942 Alan Francis HICKENBOTHAM.

Lorna Sylvia
married: 1942 Athol Bruce DUNCAN.

Marjorie Gertrude
married: 1942 Leslie BREWSTER.

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

JN 59425

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on 2014-06-05 18:54:44

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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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