GUGGER John married Ceasrina BELPERROUD 1879
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John Peter GUGGER, born Berne, and Ceasrina BELPERROUD
were married in Victoria in 1879.
John died 1926, Geelong, Victoria, aged 77 years.
Parents named as Samuel GUGGER and Margaret YENNIE.
Ceasrina, named as Ceazerina Regina Victoria, died 1931, Geelong,
Victoria, aged 71 years.
Parents named as John BELLPERROUND and Catherine STAUNTON.
Eight children located Victorian records for John and Ceasrina.
Alfred John GUGGER.
Born: 1880 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1945 Prahran, Victoria, aged 64 years.
Frederick William GUGGER.
Born: 1881 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1946 Geelong, aged 64 years.
Alice Elizabeth GURRER.
Born: 1884 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1969 Koroit, Victoria, aged 85 years.
Married: Stewart BOYD.
Frances Maud GUGGER.
Born: 1887 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1949 Geelong, aged 60 years.
Married: John Henry COOMBS.
Albert Adolph GUGGER.
Born: 1888 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1951 Geelong, aged 63 years.
Cecile May GUGGER.
Born: 1892 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1970 Geelong, aged 78 years.
Married: Thomas James BRIERS.
Thomas died 1964, Geelong, aged 76 years.
Parents named as James BRIERS and Sarah Ann PERRIN.
Mary Margaret GUGGER.
Born: 1894 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1967 Geelong, aged 72 years.
Married: James MCCURDY.
James died 1942, West Geelong, aged 57 years.
Parents named as John MCCURDY and Catherine BUCHANAN.
Albert Edward GUGGER.
Born: 1897 Geelong, Victoria.
Died: 1956 Richmond, Victoria, aged 59 years.
Married: Janet Mary MCEACHERN.
Janet died 1978, Geelong, Victoria, aged 85 years.
Parents named as Alexander MCEACHERN and Sarah COLLINS.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
on 2012-09-30 18:04:55
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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