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SEATON marriages (females) 1850-1920 Victoria Australia

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SEATON marriages (females) 1850-1920 Victoria Australia.

SEATON (females)

married: 1850 Robert STEWART.

married: 1853 Edward RUSSELL.

married: 1856 John EVANS.

married: 1858 William CARRADUS.

married: 1870 John WALLACE.

Elizabeth Bulwer
married: 1872 Walter MACFARLANE.

Mary Ann
married: 1878 Frederick SMITH.

married: 1880 Thomas Henry MCGUINESS.

married: 1881 Alfred Ernest DAVIES.

Mary Ann
married: 1883 John James SCARBOROUGH.

married: 1884 William ROWE.

Jessie Turnbull
married: 1889 John Aloysius DIENER.

Edith Francis
married: 1891 Robert FRASER.

married: 1891 Charles ALLDAY.

Catherine Mary
married: 1892 John Duff STEWART.

Annie Donald
married: 1893 John STOKAN.

Catherine Jane
married: 1895 Edwin James BURRIDGE.

Elizabeth Duncan
married: 1895 Charles Wells HIGGINBOTHAM.

married: 1895 George WRITHTSON.

Emma Amy
married: 1901 George HIGGENS.

married: 1902 James CLEMENTS.

Edith Agnes
married: 1903 Harold Treen TAYLOR.

Annie Jane
married: 1906 Septimus BROOMFIELD.

Helen Eliza
married: 1906 William Squires HOLBERN.

Edna Frances Adaline
married: 1907 Frank ROBINSON.

Cecelia Josephine
married: 1909 Harry LAMB.

Eliza Ann
married: 1913 Charles FARDON.

Grace Elisabeth
married: 1914 George Henry MOODIE.

Gloria Emma Musgrave
married: 1919 William Joseph JACKSON.

Elizabeth May
married: 1920 James SEATON.

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

JN 40844

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on 2011-09-10 01:40:32

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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