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CRUMP marriages 1850-1882 Victoria Australia

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CRUMP marriages 1850-1882 Victoria Australia.

CRUMP (males)

Thomas
married: 1850 Selina WHEELER.

John
married: 1853 Emma Ann PERCIVAL.

Albert Pam
married: 1856 Susanna BALE.

Thomas
married: 1860 Ann PERRY.

Alfred Joseph
married: 1869 Margaretta PERRING.

Robert
married: 1869 Maria Fanny NICHOLSON.

Isaac
married: 1870 Annie HOWARD.

William
married: 1875 Mary Jane NORTH.

George Childe
married: 1875 Sarah Jane KING.

John Joslin
married: 1876 Edith BANWELL.

Edwin
married: 1876 Mary FORD.

Henry
married: 1877 Annie CARMICHAEL.

Theophilus
married: 1877 Catherine DUTTON.

James Harry
married: 1877 Jane ALDERSON.

William
married: 1878 Catherine BEDFORD.

Thomas Bennett
married: 1879 Emily HOKIN.

Henry
married: 1881 Mary Jane JELLARD.

CRUMP (females)

Emily Clemments
married: 1855 Thomas Lewis Wood GINN.

Elizabeth
married: 1857 Francis TURNER.

Elizabeth Bretne
married: 1861 Richard Charles CORDUKES.

Amelia
married: 1865 William HEATON.

Sarah Ann
married: 1866 William Ninnis EDWARDS.

Mary Jemima
married: 1869 John Thomas HAM.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1872 Charles SKINNER.

Jane
married: 1873 John GALE.

Maria
married: 1874 Eli PIZER.

Selina
married: 1876 Abel JONES.

Emma Ann
married: 1877 James Hamilton STEWART.

Susan
married: 1881 Robert KELLY.

Ellen Sarah
married: 1881 Walter HILL.

Jane Sarah
married: 1882 Joseph Henry HARDY.

Christina
married: 1882 William Henry BARTON.

Mary Jane
married: 1882 David BAXTER.

Eliza
married: 1882 James SMITH.

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

JN 51753

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on 2012-11-05 17:16:15

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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