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CARRUTHERS marriages 1886-1912 Victoria Australia

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CARRUTHERS marriages 1886-1912 Victoria Australia.

CARRUTHERS (males)


Frederick
married: 1889 Fanny INCH.

Walter
married: 1889 Ann Lace JACKSON.

William Alexander
married: 1890 Emily Blanche KELLOW.

David
married: 1891 Carol RENOWDEN.

Joseph Swan
married: 1894 Ellen WOOD.

Hugh James
married: 1900 Mary Ellen WALKER.

James Robert
married: 1902 Sarah Louisa BEARD.

John
married: 1903 Ethel May MATTHEWS.

John Dennistown
married: 1904 sarah Ann REEVES.

Albert Sweet
married: 1910 Elsie May LITTLE.

CARRUTHERS (females)

Margaret Ann
married: 1886 David Henry MARSHALL.

Alice
married: 1890 John TURNER.

Winifred Mary
married: 1890 Richard KELLETT.

Louisa
married: 1891 George MILLS.

Ellen
married: 1892 Peter Ezekiel JUDD.

Elizabeth
married: 1893 George SCOTT.

Georgina Catherine
married: 1893 Edward George LONGSTAFF.

Marion
married: 1893 Samuel SAVAGE.

Jean Annie
married: 1897 John James SMITH.

Mary Ann
married: 1897 Frederick James HANSEN.

Elizabeth
married: 1898 Robert Ferguson MILLER.

Clara
married: 1901 Edward James MAJOR.

Mildred Mary
married: 1903 William DWAN.

Carol Elizabeth
married: 1906 Richard John ABSOLOM.

Margaret
married: 1908 James DYNON.

Hannah
married: 1909 Henry George Clifton REA.

Sarah Baillie
married: 1911 William Henry RANDALL.

Alice
married: 1912 George Alexander SIMPSON.

Doris Vera
married: 1912 David Thomas CHARLES.

Grace Ann
married: 1912 Bert Luke Knight VAIL.

Henrietta
married: 1912 William James PAYNE.

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

JN 56370

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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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