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ARNOTT marriages (males) 1891-1912 Victoria Australia

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ARNOTT marriages (males) 1891-1912 Victoria Australia.

ARNOTT (males)

Arthur Edward
married: 1891 Grace COLQUHOUN.

James Alexander
married: 1894 Mary Elizabeth EDINGTON.

Isaac
married: 1896 Catherine DARLINGTON.

John Andrew
married: 1898 Teresa PEDRAZZI.

John Thomas
married: 1898 Gerte LAUNDRY.

George Edward
married: 1899 Emily Louisa ABBOTT.

Andrew Stephen
married: 1900 Margaret Letitia PETERS.

William Herbert
married: 1900 Catherine READY.

David Houston
married: 1901 Annie Elizabeth HANCOCK.

Robert
married: 1902 Catherine Jane ROUND.

William Henry
married: 1902 Susan Ethel WATERFIELD.

William Hamilton
married: 1903 Marion Rogerson SHARP.

Archibald Leslie
married: 1904 Rebecca Adeline JONES.

Arthur Smith
married: 1904 Lucy Ellen TUCKER.

Thomas Brown
married: 1904 Eliza Martha JONES.

James Inglis
married: 1905 Millicent TIPPETT.

Thomas Daniel
married: 1906 Alice Brightie Constance DUNSTAN.

Alfred Briaris Beasley
married: 1907 Florence Rose BULLEN.

James
married: 1907 Florence Annie GLOVER.

Joseph Henry
married: 1908 Ethel Sarah Nicol TAYLOR.

John George
married: 1908 Alice Margaret MAHER.

Robert
married: 1908 Mary MILLARD.

William Broughton
married: 1908 Edith Sophia RHOOK.

James Randolph
married: 1909 Matilda Rose ATKINS.

Robert Arthur
married: 1909 Alice May TRASK.

Spencer Thomas
married: 1909 Fanny ILTON.

William Arthur
married: 1909 Mary Albena RICHARDSON.

Percy
married: 1910 Eva Annie ADDINSALL.

Archibald Hamilton
married: 1911 Alice Carol HAINES.

Andrew
married: 1912 Margaret Rachel JONES.

George Ernest
married: 1912 Alice WARREN.

Henry
married: 1912 Annie Christina YEATMAN.

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

JN 55953

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

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