STODDART-STODART marriages (males) 1853-1890 Victoria Australia
STODDART-STODART marriages (males) 1853-1890 Victoria Australia.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the STODDART and STODART lines.
STODDART and STODART. The spelling keeps changing from one to the other. Birth may be recorded under STODDARD and the death may be recorded under STODART, or the other way round. This makes research slow because you need to search the BDMs under both names. To make things easier I have included the two different spellings here for the male marriages in this time frame.
Thomas - married Margaret HEMMY 1853.
George - married Zenobia NEWTON 1854.
James - married Alice MCCURDY 1856.
John - married Ann LEA 1858.
James - married Bridget KEARNES 1859.
James - married Johanna KEOGH 1861.
Joseph - married Lenorie Ellen JONES 1863.
John - married Margaret PRENDERGAST 1866.
Andrew - married Charlotte FRIEND 1867.
John - married Annie SHEPPERD 1872.
Thomas - married Emily SNELLING 1873.
Isaac - married Catherine MCLEOD 1875.
Alexander - married Mary OHAIRE 1876.
William - married Evangeline STEVENS 1877.
Walter James - married Louisa Emily WHITFIELD 1880.
Abraham Lea - married Emma Jennie FRITH 1881.
James - married Elizabeth DRIDAN 1881.
George - married Sarah BURGE 1882.
George Samuel - married Catherine MCDONNELL 1882.
James - married Ellen MULHOLLAND 1886.
William - married Jane Frances MERCER 1887.
James - married Ellen Ann HOOPER 1888.
William Henry - married Henretta Martha HICKS 1888.
James - married Charlotte MENZIES 1888.
William Aitchison - married Louisa Ann WARN 1863.
Edward Henry Loader - married Marianne RIALEY 1864.
James Samuel - married Eliza Francis REYMENT 1872.
Edward Henry Loader - married Barbara RIDLEY 1878.
David Edmund - married Flora Matilda WILLIS 1878.
James - married Elizabeth Henrietta GAIR 1878.
Archibald James - married Amelia May MOORE 1888.
John Hugh - married Pauline Sarah WRIGLEY 1890.
on 2011-05-28 21:47:31
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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.