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BOTT marriages 1901-1915 Victoria Australia

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BOTT marriages 1901-1915 Victoria Australia.

BOTT (males)

married: 1901 Elizabeth BAWDEN.

William Alfred
married: 1903 Mary Elizabeth CARTLEDGE.

William Joseph
married: 1903 Minnie May BOUCHER.

married: 1905 Emily Ada FORGE.

Levi Thomas
married: 1905 Eliza Jane LACKING.

William Alfred
married: 1906 Isabella MYHILL.

Charles Amos
married: 1909 Annie Elizabeth BROADHURST.

Thomas Edward
married: 1909 Lucy DE LALANDE.

Walter Leonard
married: 1909 Margaret Sophia Catherine COLLINS.

Archibald John
married: 1910 Stella Margaret MCLAREN.

James Ernest
married: 1910 Mabel DENNIS.

married: 1912 Maria Frances EARLY.

Herbert Decimus
married: 1912 Catherine HUTCHISON.

married: 1912 Annie Jane WOOD.

married: 1913 Muriel Victoria MCLEOD.

married: 1913 Elsie Jane WILKINSON.

Leslie Douglas
married: 1914 Annie Eileen MAYFIELD.

Peter James
married: 1915 Helena COOPER.

Walter James
married: 1915 Annie Amelia FORRESTER.

BOTT (females)

Alice Annie Payne
married: 1904 Thomas Albert CHANDLER.

married: 1909 Edward Arthur Tulford WALKER.

Charlotte Elizabeth
married: 1910 James Barron CONNELLY.

Amelia Ford
married: 1911 Karl Frederick Emil RLECHENBERG.

married: 1912 Augustus Benjamin MENZEL.

Minnie May
married: 1913 Francis Thomas WAGSTAFF.

Gerte Leonora
married: 1914 Norman Hamilton SHEPHERD.

Jessie Matilda Sarah
married: 1914 John Cameron ARMSTRONG.

Phoebe Victoria Florence
married: 1915 Joseph William CURWOOD.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to asist others researching the BOTT lines.

JN 56611

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on 2013-08-30 01:22:49

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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