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SHELDON marriages 1886-1905 Victoria Australia

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SHELDON marriages 1886-1905 Victoria Australia.

SHELDON (males)

Joseph
married: 1890 Eliza PATEMAN.

Edward
married: 1891 Mary Anne Norman MURRAY.

William Bruce
married: 1891 Eliza MARTIN.

Arthur Hurst
married: 1895 Sarah CURTIN.

Samuel Benjamin
married: 1895 Isabina Matilda MCKAY.

James
married: 1896 Mary Jane SORENSON.

Thomas
married: 1896 Helen SINCLAIR.

George Thomas
married: 1897 Martha KENLEY.

William Port
married: 1897 Margaret Annie MCKENNON.

Henry Charles
married: 1900 Mary Jane HOLYOAK.

Alexander
married: 1901 Catherine WOODMAN.

Walter
married: 1901 Lucy MILES.

William
married: 1902 Carol TAUSCHKE.

Arthur Thomas
married: 1903 Elizabeth Jane MITCHELL.

Edward
married: 1903 Frances Clara BIDDLE.

Harry
married: 1903 Ethel May EVANS.

Charles Edward
married: 1904 Anne WILLIAMS.

Edward Arthur
married: 1905 Evelyn May DUNN.

William
married: 1905 Jessie Conetance CRUICKSHANK.

SHELDON (females)

Susan
married: 1888 Henry BRAY.

Eliza
married: 1888 James Robert LAING.

Mary
married: 1888 Peter ROBB.

Annie
married: 1889 John Robert ROWLAND.

Bessie
married: 1889 Samuel Norton STRATTON.

Mary Ann Elizabeth
married: 1889 David MAKIN.

Elizabeth
married: 1890 James FULLER.

Martha
married: 1890 Robert WALSH.

Elizabeth
married: 1891 Ernest BALLHAUSEN.

Mary Jane
married: 1891 Charles BARKER.

Charlotte
married: 1893 William LOREY.

Alice Elizabeth
married: 1898 William James MAHER.

Elizabeth
married: 1898 Alexander ROSS.

Florence
married: 1902 Alfred Thomas LEECH.

Hannah
married: 1904 Richard EDWARDS.

Margaret Ellen Johnson
married: 1905 Francis Thomas Wrenfield Malcolm RANKIN.

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

JN 55236

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