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PURNELL marriages 1889-1920 Victoria Australia

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PURNELL marriages 1889-1920 Victoria Australia.

PURNELL (males)

Frederick John
married: 1893 Stella CATT.

John
married: 1900 Jane Gordon ROSS.

William George
married: 1905 Florence Ellen DALEY.

Herbert Alexander
married: 1906 Athel Eliza Firth CRANSTOUN.

Walter Henry
married: 1907 Mariann Elizabeth CAMPBELL.

Ernest Robert John
married: 1908 Amelia SHUTE.

Thomas George
married: 1909 Margaret STONE.

Alfred John
married: 1914 Rose Janet FRENCH.

William Vernon
married: 1914 Ethel Marie PARKER.

Arthur Edward James
married: 1915 Venetta Claudine MAST.

Ernest Hingston
married: 1916 Irene ELLIOTT.

Thomas Dowell
married: 1917 Marian Hannah CLARK.

Bervin Ellis
married: 1917 May Violet SANDFORD.

Alfred William
married: 1917 Emma Irene REDDISH.

Frank Leslie
married: 1919 Geraldine Ethel MACOBOY.

PURNELL (females)

Esther Hamilton
married: 1892 Mat MCKEOWN.

Cecelia Esther
married: 1893 Richard William DINGWALL.

Elizabeth Margaret
married: 1897 William Thomas SMALLACOMBE.

Amy
married: 1897 Teunis BAKKER.

Emily Eliza
married: 1905 William HEATH.

Ruby Eva
married: 1906 John SYMONDS.

Margaret Ann
married: 1907 Hugh Alexander LANG.

Violet Mabel
married: 1907 Richard Frank HAWORTH.

Amy Elizabeth
married: 1912 William James GOOD.

Laura Eunice
married: 1920 Robert Austin WHITCOMBE.

Clara May
married: 1920 Frank Edward MARDELL.

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

JN 52303

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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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