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SKIPWORTH marriages 1854-1920 Victoria Australia

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SKIPWORTH marriages 1854-1920 Victoria Australia.

SKIPWORTH (males)


Thomas
married: 1854 Sarah RATLIFFE.

Thomas
married: 1859 Mary Elizabeth POYNTON.

Joel
married: 1876 Sarah Annie TOLMIE.

John
married: 1885 Alice Mary GREEN.

Amos
married: 1894 Mary Jane CANDY.

Amos Edwin Arthur
married: 1900 Alice Amelia BOOTHEY.

George Ernest Albert
married: 1897 Tabitha Grude BOOTHY.

Edgar Willie Sands
married: 1904 Mabel WHEELER.

Ernest
married: 1906 Margaerite Sophie WEEKS.

Leonard Walter
married: 1906 Annie KEHER.

Herbert
married: 1909 Elsie HARMAN.

Herbert Daniel
married: 1916 Ethel Maud CAMPBELL.

Cyril John
married: 1918 Minnie Isabel MADDOCK.

SKIPWORTH (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1867 Charles PELL.

Sarah
married: 1874 James CRACKNELL.

Elizabeth
married: 1877 Matthew LOVELL.

Matilda
married: 1883 Charles AINSWORTH.

Lydia
married: 1888 Andrew BAULCH.

Marian Subrina
married: 1889 Alfred Henry LAWS.

Edith
married: 1895 Friedrich August DENNERT.

Julihauna Maria
married: 1895 Richard John CAMP.

Charlotte
married: 1896 Arthur George PEVITT.

Adeline Susanna
married: 1898 John Edward FOORD.

Edith May
married: 1900 Frederick Thomas JUDD.

Geace
married: 1900 Samuel HARDY.

Julia Hannah Maria
married: 1900 Samuel PEVETT.

Maud Martha
married: 1903 Louis Alexander CHAPMAN.

Alice Wilson
married: 1904 Henry Walter JUDD.

Mary Eliza
married: 1907 John Colar MUSGROVE.

Eva
married: 1910 Arthur LOVELL.

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

JN 49317

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on 2012-07-11 06:57:44

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.
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