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WARNE marriages (females) 1854-1895 Victoria Australia

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WARNE marriages (females) 1854-1895 Victoria Australia.

WARNE (females)

Mary Jane
married: 1854 Joseph BEER.

Emma
married: 1862 John Embly Lill WILSON.

Ellen
married: 1863 John Alfred ELLIS.

Anne
married: 1864 Thomas COLLIGAN.

Maria Annie
married: 1865 James BENFORD.

Fanny
married: 1867 Charles TILLOTSON.

Mary Ann
married: 1868 Thomas NELSON.

Annie
married: 1868 John HUGHES.

Georgianna
married: 1868 Edwin LEWIS.

Emma Esther
married: 1870 David Alexander MCNICOLL.

Sarah Ann
married: 1870 Charles Roburtus Collord LLOYD.

Colina
married: 1874 Wilton Devonish MEERES.

Emily Jane
married: 1878 Evan WEBB.

Lydia
married: 1878 William WELSFORD.

Jane
married: 1881 Patrick COX.

Mary Anne Burn
married: 1881 Edward LEVRE.

Jessie
married: 1882 Maurice SMITH.

Emblyn Ann
married: 1884 John PASCOE.

Mary
married: 1884 William DAVID.

Mary Isabella
married: 1886 William SAMPSON.

Clara Ellen
married: 1887 Alfred William GULLOCK.

Helen Phoebe
married: 1888 Edward HARRISON.

Goretta Mary Ann Grace
married: 1888 James PICKETT.

Rosanna Summerhayes
married: 1888 William James MCDONALD.

Ellen Helena Agnes
married: 1889 James RYAN.

Emma
married: 1889 Charlie SIDDALL.

Harriette Elizabeth
married: 1891 Thomas MILSOM.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1893 Joseph ROGERS.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1893 Edwin DUNSTAN.

Louisa Jane
married: 1893 John BARBER.

Ada Alice
married: 1895 Cotterell SANGER.

Elizabeth
married: 1895 Thomas SMITH.

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

JN 52011

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on 2012-11-18 21:07:48

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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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