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GREENWOOD marriages (females) 1876-1886 Victoria Australia

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GREENWOOD marriages (females) 1876-1886 Victoria Australia.

GREENWOOD (females)

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1876 William COLLEDGE.

married: 1876 Donald MCDONALD.

married: 1876 George Thomas TITLEY.

married: 1877 Isaac STEVENSON.

married: 1878 Henry CURTIS.

Clara Annie
married: 1879 James Goldie HENDRY.

Jane Marion
married: 1879 John WHITLEY.

Alice Mary
married: 1879 John Thomas HALL.

Elizabeth Agnes
married: 1880 Thomas Mansfield REID.

Emily Elizabeth
married: 1880 Alexander Edmund KEMPLEN.

Sarah Ann
married: 1880 Samuel SHERGOLD.

married: 1880 William ISBISTER.

married: 1881 James MILLER.

married: 1881 John BULLEN.

Morea Jane
married: 1881 Shadrack George EMMOTT.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1881 Charles LEE.

Margaret Rebecca
married: 1882 Archibald KENNEDY.

Elizabeth Eliza
married: 1882 John BRADLEY.

Elizabeth Annie
married: 1882 George BURNE.

Martha Ann
married: 1882 Arthur CLOUGH.

married: 1882 James FURNESS.

Sarah Ann
married: 1882 John Wesley RICHARDS.

married: 1884 charles Vincent PEARCE.

married: 1884 James Alexander Murray STEWART.

Edith Eleanor
married: 1884 Samuel PAINTER.

Mary Clara Coates
married: 1885 John MUNRO.

married: 1885 Arthur KNIGHT.

married: 1886 Alexander Edward MCCOLL.

Emily Jane
married: 1886 John LITTLE.

married: 1886 Olans Matthew ISAACSON.

married: 1886 Robert KELSALL.

married: 1886 Walter HUGHES.

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

JN 55867

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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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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