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DART marriages 1901-1918 Victoria Australia

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DART marriages 1901-1918 Victoria Australia.

DART (males)


George Anderson
married: 1901 Elizabeth PATON.

William Kissell
married: 1902 Annie CHAPLIN.

Isaac Henry
married: 1904Edith Elizabeth DE URICS.

John
married: 1904 Bridget DONOGHUE.

James Collis
married: 1905 Susan Elizabeth PENNY.

John William
married: 1906 Louisa May PYNE.

Reginald Edward
married: 1906 Alice Maud GOLDSWORTHY.

Jim
married: 1907 Annie Elizabeth LYALL.

William Howard
married: 1907 Nellie KELLY.

John
married: 1909 Eliza May SCOTT.

Henry Albert
married: 1911 Gwen Eva WHITAKER.

Thomas John Burton
married: 1911 Elsie Edith Adelaide ROWE.

Henry Francis
married: 1915 Daisy Olive SEXTON.

John
married: 1915 Mary STEWART.

Lindsay William
married: 1916 Bessie Florence SHERWELL.

Claude Harold
married: 1918 Esther Pearl OVERALL.

Frederick John
married: 1918 Vera Annie Emily BAULCH.

Raymond Gould
married: 1918 Muriel Alice BROOKS.

DART (females)

Ellen
married: 1902 James Arthur Geary REYNOLDS.

Violet Maud
married: 1906 Frederick FISHER.

Ethel Alice
married: 1909 David Albert MARSHMAN.

Ada Edith
married: 1911 Frederick Charles KRELLE.

Alice Esther
married: 1911 Alfred Lewis OLDFIELD.

Jessie Thirza
married: 1912 Donald MCLEAN.

Emily Hamlyn
married: 1914 Norman William KRELLE.

Isabella Annie
married: 1914 Charles Harry SCHULTZ.

Margaret Jennet
married: 1914 Thomas HOWLAND.

Olive Beatrice
married: 1918 Harold SEGRAVE.

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

JN 56932

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

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