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HOLYOAK marriages 1865-1920 Victoria Australia

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HOLYOAK marriages 1865-1920 Victoria Australia.

HOLYOAK (males)

Frederick Thomas
married: 1865 Jane LAMBERT.

Samuel Frederick
married: 1871 Mary CARNEY.

James
married: 1874 Elizabeth Jane COCK.

William
married: 1879 Mary Ann SHRUBSOLE.

George
married: 1887 Rachel NEESON.

Frederick Thomas
married: 1892 Mary METCALFE.

Alfred
married: 1899 Catherine KIELY.

Alfred
married: 1900 Mary Rose Eugene PROLONGEAU.

George Henry
married: 1902 Martha DOWNES.

Henry Frederick
married: 1910 Elsie Mona CREBBIN.

Samuel Frederick
married: 1911 Florence Mary LEACH.

HOLYOAK (females)

Lucy
married: 1868 Robert Barkly NICHOLSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 Charles James MCCORMACK.

Catherine
married: 1875 Charles Allen GIBSON.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1878 Alfred ALLEN.

Mary
married: 1879 George HEATH.

Emily
married: 1883 Charles Henry Salter LADD.

Hannah Maria
married: 1883 William Henry COCKS.

Mary Louisa
married: 1886 Octavius DAVIS.

Lena
married: 1890 Albert GRIGG.

Mary Jane
married: 1900 Henry Charles SHELDON.

Sarah Ann
married: 1901 William WOLFE.

Mary Frances
married: 1902 John ALLAN.

Ethel
married: 1907 Ernest Tasso SAMUELS.

Edith Lindsell
married: 1908 John MCCORMACK.

Alice
married: 1911 Robert Leslie WISHART.

Kate Marguerite
married: 1912 Sydney John MACFARLANE.

Rose Helene
married: 1913 Horace Edwin CLARKE.

Mabel Neeson
married: 1914 Edgar SYMONS.

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

JN 51318

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on 2012-10-16 19:39:59

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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