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SKEGGS marriages 1864-1942 Victoria Australia

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SKEGGS marriages 1864-1942 Victoria Australia.

SKEGGS (males)

Charles Edward
married: 1891 Susan McBride HENSTRIDGE.

William Richard
married: 1891 Ada Susannah CAIN.

married: 1899 Mary Selina MITCHELL.

Thomas Henry
married: 1902 Luisetta Herrera SMITH.

William Henry
married: 1904 Lillian BARNES.

married: 1907 Phebe Maria EVANS.

Francis Norman
married: 1920 Julia Annie Eileen NUTTALL.

Richard Henry
married: 1920 Gladys Ivy SCHINCK.

William Thomas
married: 1920 Doris Irene LANE.

Albert Edward
married: 1926 May Adeline MARTIN.

Thomas Rupert
married: 1935 Eileen Mary GAHAN.

SKEGGS (females)

married: 1864 Patrick CAIN.

Elizabeth Mary Ann
married: 1877 frederick William DAY.

married: 1886 William COOPER.

Sarah Ann
married: 1888 Robert BARBER.

Clara Jane
married: 1888 Robert James THUSTAIN.

Ada Emma
married: 1889 William PETERSON.

Emma Sarah
married: 1891 Samuel Salter HUXHAM.

married: 1894 James CLARK.

married: 1896 Charles Nathan TURNOR.

married: 1899 Edmund Albert WORRALL.

Edith Catherine
married: 1914 Harold Dundas SPEEDIE.

Ethel Elizabeth
married: 1914 Charles William LIND.

married: 1919 Joseph LEONARD.

Eileen Amelba
married: 1921 Charles HAMMOND.

married: 1928 Ernest MOLONEY.

married: 1932 John OBEIRNE.

Rose Merle
married: 1932 Edward John STRAHAN.

Liln Alice
married: 1934 Frederick Augustus FARRAR.

Cara Elizabeth
married: 1937 Arthur Leslie WILSON.

Ida Emily
married: 1941 Albert Leonard WORCESTER.

Eileen May
married: 1941 George Williams LONG.

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

JN 58323

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