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PILGRIM mariages 1857-1910 Victoria Australia

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PILGRIM marriages 1857-1910 Victoria Australia.

PILGRIM (males)


George Robert
married: 1861 Johanna MAHER.

James
married: 1864 Maria NYE.

John Mason
married: 1867 Sarah Margaret MORONEY.

John
married: 1869 Susan COOK.

John
married: 1876 Elizabeth GANLEY.

Charles Mason
married: 1879 Matilda BETTS.

Charles William
married: 1882 Janet ANDERSON.

William
married: 1892 Jane Elizabeth KERR.

William John
married: 1892 Ellen CLOVER.

Alfred George
married: 1893 Annie Maria STAPLETON.

James Robert
married: 1893 Alice Mary SHERRELL.

Robert Elijah
married: 1893 Ellen CROSBIE.

William
married: 1899 Florence Jessie BALL.

William Thomas
married: 1901 Mary Ann MCPHERSON.

Albert James
married: 1903 Grace Edith DAY.

John William
married: 1903 Edith Ellen GILBERT.

James Elijah
married: 1907 Mabel Beatrice Leivene GEYER.

Herbert Charles Mark
married: 1909 Louise Albertine MULLER.

Ebenezer Pearson
married: 1910 Lucy Emma NORMAN.

PILGRIM (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1857 Henry ELDRIDGE.

Ann
married: 1861 Thomas HAMMOND.

Mary Ann Mason
married: 1865 William George BLACKNEY.

Esther
married: 1870 John Mahaney SUN.

Emily
married: 1871 Edward BITTON.

Harriet
married: 1875 William JAN.

Susan
married: 1876 John COATES.

Mary Ann
married: 1883 Thomas TERRILL.

Mary Ann
married: 1884 Edward MORGAN.

Catherine Amy
married: 1886 James WEIR.

Elizabeth
married: 1885 James BROWN.

Mary Ann
married: 1889 William John GREGOR.

Alice Monson
married: 1890 Henry George WESTENDORF.

Susan
married: 1895 James OKEEFE.

Emma
married: 1896 James OLDFIELD.

Elinor Elizabeth
married: 1903 Ernest MULLER.

Martha
married: 1907 John HOPKINS.

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

JN 54900

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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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