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PIPER marriages 1855-1887 Victoria Australia

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PIPER marriages 1855-1887 Victoria Australia.

PIPER (males)


Thomas
married: 1855 Bridget MCMAHON.

John
married: 1855 Mary BRENNAN.

Edward John
married: 1858 Sarah Ann WATTON.

William
married: 1859 Georgiena TICKNER.

James Eastman
married: 1863 Isabella THOMPSON.

John Thomas
married: 1865 Emma Grace CHING.

James
married: 1869 Mary FOLEY.

William
married: 1873 Janet GOLIGHTLY.

Charles
married: 1874 Jane GRIGG.

Charles Geoffrey
married: 1879 Bessie Selina FRANCIS.

Reuben Phillip
married: 1880 Penelope BRODERICK.

John
married: 1882 Margaret Hooper GRIGG.

James Eastman
married: 1883 Elizabeth Ann CRAMER.

John
married: 1883 Margaret Matilda GRIFFITHS.

David
married: 1884 Betsy Eliza Flora GREENING.

John
married: 1885 Drusilla KANE.

William
married: 1887 Nellie MURLEY.

Herbert Champitt
married: 1887 Leila Merino SWIFTE.

PIPER (females)

Jane
married: 1863 James GRANT.

Sarah
married: 1867 Richard CORNISH.

Grace
married: 1869 John Barnes HARRY.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 John Thomas MORGAN. *

Elizabeth
married: 1874 John Thomas MORGAN. *

*
Same marriage indexed different years.
May have been registered in 1874.

Elizabeth
married: 1876 William CARRINGTON.

Mary Ann
married: 1877 John PICKARD.

Helen
married: 1882 David PRETTY.

Mary Jane
married: 1883 John MOORE.

Emily Lark
married: 1883 John SNOW.

Annie Officer
married: 1885 Francis Baker IRONS.

Margaret
married: 1887 Michael MCMAHON.

Alice
married: 1887 Edwin BROTHERS.

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

JN 50862

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on 2012-09-19 17:07:29

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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