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SEEDSMAN marriages 1870-1942 Victoria Australia

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SEEDSMAN marriages 1870-1942 Victoria Australia.

SEEDSMAN (males)

married: 1870 Ellen Ann KELLY.

married: 1876 Sarah Jane GRIGG.

married: 1876 Sarah WHITAKER.

married: 1886 Mary ROBINSON.

Edward Henry
married: 1889 Annie Violet AUDLEY.

married: 1893 Emily Victoria BIRT.

married: 1894 Louisa WHITAKER.

Alfred Edward
married: 1894 Margaret Mary CHRISTOPHER.

Alfred Edward
married: 1901 Annie Elizabeth CARR.

married: 1902 Margaret Ann HYNES.

Frederick William
married: 1919 Eliza Sophia Draper HOKIN.

Harman William
married: 1926 Jean Langwell H CHESTER.

Reginald Walter
married: 1926 Myrtle Ruby Trenery BIRCH.

married: 1929 Dorothy Esther HOLLINGSHEAD.

Thomas Edward
married: 1931 Marion Grace GIBBS.

Francis William
married: 1932 Rubie Delphia HAMILTON.

married: 1933 Catherine MURPHY.

William James
married: 1935 Rose Bidelia SCHLIPALIUS.

Lynton Alfred
married: 1936 Frances Ethel HOZINGER.

Edward William
married: 1937 Eileen MURPHY.

married: 1937 Alma ENTWISTLE.

James Herbert
married: 1941 Gladys Irene EITZEN.

William James
married: 1942 Noreen MURPHY.

SEEDSMAN (female)

Mary Ann
married: 1880 John Henry ADLLER.

Sarah Jane
married: 1885 Robert VINE.

Hilda Mary
married: 1914 Warren Liles OLLE.

Ethel Isabel
married: 1922 Thomas Walter MALINS.

Irene Mary
married: 1923 William James PENFOLD.

Hilda Sarah
married: 1930 Leslie Alexander JOHNSON.

Mary Edith
married: 1930 Archibald John HENLEY.

married: 1935 Leonard Roy POLLARD.

Edna Ethel
married: 1938 Verdun Graham MORRISON.

Kathleen Elizabeth
married: 1940 James Murray MCEWAN.

Please note.
The first SEEDSMAN marriage recorded in Victoria was in 1870.

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

JN 51940

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on 2012-11-13 20:47:02

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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