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APPLEYARD marriages 1866-1920 Victoria Australia

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APPLEYARD marriages 1866-1920 Victoria Australia.


married: 1866 Mary Skaife MACFARLANE.

married: 1866 Catherine KENNEDY.

married: 1875 Mary Ann GALLAGHER.

married: 1877 Jane SCOTT.

Thomas John
married: 1886 Alicia Mary WARNER.

Francis Henry
married: 1896 Sarah Ella RICHARDSON.

married: 1902 Eleanor FRANKS.

Alfred Henry
married: 1904 Bridget MARNELL.

married: 1905 Florence AVERY.

Robert Timmy
married: 1906 Edith Eliza CLARK.

Frederick William
married: 1911 Margaret Ann CASBOLT.

Timothy William
married: 1912 Margaret Hilda KELSALL.

married: 1915 Ethel Jane COWELL.

married: 1916 Isabella MCKENZIE.

Francis Horatio
married: 1919 Dorothy EVANS.

APPLEYARD (females)

Frances Louisa
married: 1869 Joseph Edward KELSALL.

married: 1882 Edward Russell KELSALL.

married: 1885 Thomas LEONARD.

Mary Jane
married: 1885 Thomas CAWLEY.

married: 1892 Ernest SMITH.

Sarah Ann
married: 1893 James SLATER.

married: 1899 Angus HIHO.

married: 1900 Henry OCONNOR.

married: 1901 Frederick William SHAW.

Annie Emillie
married: 1902 Alfred Joseph BOLLE.

Selina Ellen
married: 1904 Cuthbert John GIBBS.

Maria Jane
married: 1905 William KENNEDY.

Henrietta Mary
married: 1909 Edia BAINES.

Margaret Ellen
married: 1909 John Lawrence MINOGUE.

Clara Frances
married: 1917 Charles Walter LOWE.

Ethel Harriet
married: 1917 Ernest James DENNIS.

Mary Alice Grace
married: 1919 Joshua WALSH.

Gertrude Maud
married: 1920 Frederick James DUNN.

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

JN 56111

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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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