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SPEARS marriages 1850-1900 Victoria Australia

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SPEARS marriages 1850-1900 Victoria Australia.


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


SPEARS (males)

Benjamin
married: 1850 Mary Ann RUDDICK. *

Benjamin
married: 1855 Charlotte MOSELEY.

James
married: 1856 Mary HALLIDAY.

Mathew
married: 1857 Catherine Ann BELL.

James
married: 1858 Janeet ANDERSON.

William
married: 1866 Mary Jane MCEDOO.

Robert
married: 1869 Janet MCPHERSON.

Frank
married: 1871 Elizabeth Jane VILE.

William
married: 1877 Emma EVERITT.

James
married: 1884 Ellen RIDGE.

Benjamin
married: 1885 Mary Ann RUDDICK. *

Christopher Summer
married: 1886 Mary MCDONALD.

Alexander Thomas
married: 1888 Frances LANGDON.

George
married: 1896 Margaret BAKER.

Gregory
married: 1897 Emily GEORGE.

George
married: 1898 Marie AHRENDT.

Walter William
married: 1898 Jane ANDERSON.

* Same registration number of 3997 for this marriage.
Must have remarried after 35 years.


SPEARS (females)

Mary Jane
married: 1858 James MCLEAN.

Eliza
married: 1860 Charles Henry PARKINSON.

Jane
married: 1864 Francis SUMMERS.

Christine
married: 1878 John GEMMILL.

Ellen
married: 1880 John ANDERSON.

Jessie
married: 1882 Richard CARVOLTH.

Emily Frances Chandler
married: 1885 Thomas JONES.

Jane
married: 1885 John William Russell ORR.

Agnes Letitia
married: 1889 Donald MCARTHUR.

Annie
married: 1891 Thomas Grossmith EVEREST.

Sarah Ann
married: 1891 Edward James SIMMONS.

Minnie Jane
married: 1892 Benjamin John BERRIDGE.

Mary Frances
married: 1893 Charles James NORRIS.

Eliza
married: 1896 Andrew CALVERT.

Belle Catherine
married: 1899 Alfred HERBERTSON.

Charlotte
married: 1899 Albert James TAYLOR.

Ellen
married: 1900 Francis GRIFFIN.

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on 2012-07-30 18:00:10

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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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