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WILLOUGHBY marriages 1873-1888 Victoria Australia

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WILLOUGHBY marriages 1873-1888 Victoria Australia.


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


WILLOUGHBY (males)

Samuel Dunmore
married: 1874 Annie HILL.

John Charles
married: 1879 Nanny MATTHEWS.

Arthur John
married: 1879 Mary Ann SMITH.

John
married: 1882 Ellen FERGEUS.

John
married: 1885 Elizabeth WEST.

Henry
married: 1885 Mary Helen CLARK.

William George
married: 1886 Mary Frances HAYES.

Thomas
married: 1886 Annie CLEMENS.

Henry
married: 1887 Ida RICHARDS.

Frederick Joseph
married: 1888 Mary MACKEY.

Richard Hugh
married: 1888 Maria MAHER.


WILLOUGHBY (females)

Jane
married: 1873 Robert ENGLISH.

Margery
married: 1876 Philip OATES.

Rebecca
married: 1876 Thomas WARD.

Mary Anne
married: 1876 William BROWN.

Emma
married: 1877 Daniel GOREY.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1877 George Alexander MCLEOD.

Susan
married: 1881 William Henry WESTON.

Elizabeth
married: 1883 James CAMM.

Eleanor
married: 1884 James HILL.

Elizabeth Jane
married: Alfred KENDELL.

Lucy Ellen
married: 1885 Samuel GILMORE.

Matilda Blanch
married: 1885 Alfred Ephraim MATTHEWS.

Nora
married: 1886 Thomas WALL.

Mary Ann
married: 1887 William Henry MAHER.

Mary Ann
married: 1887 Vivian Squire Foyste WALLACE.

Fanny May
married: 1888 John ROSS.

Rebecca
married: 1888 William WILSON.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1888 John YOUNG.

Jane
married: 1888 Herbert John LISTER.

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on 2011-01-06 00:11:35

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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