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BURT marriages (females) 1884-1905 Victoria Australia

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BURT marriages (females) 1884-1905 Victoria Australia.

BURT (females)


Netty
married: 1884 Derrick John VAN HEES.

Margaret
married: 1886 Frederick William GLENISTER.

Elizabeth Jemima Ann
married: 1887 Alfred EDWARDSON.

Matilda
married: 1888 William J KENNEDY.

Alice Amelia
married: 1888 John TREWHELLA.

Henrietta
married: 1888 David JOHNSTON.

Clara
married: 1889 William Duff COUPER.

Elizabeth
married: 1889 John JOWERS.

Jane Elizabeth
married: 1889 John David BATTER.

Mary Ann Lois
married: 1889 Edward Thomas BRIGHT.

Mary Jane
married: 1889 Harry Walter CROPP.

Selina
married: 1889 Thomas HOPGOOD.

Alice
married: 1890 Joseph POULTER.

Hannah Mary
married: 1890 Charles William SILKES.

Christina Emily
married: 1891 John William BUNCE.

Martha
married: 1891 Henry DAVIDSON.

Alice Gorton
married: 1894 George Lewis AITKEN.

Mary Campbell
married: 1894 George WALLDER.

Selina Dorothy
married: 1895 Walter John BOWKER.

Ellen
married: 1896 John MORGAN.

Lilian Elizabeth
married: 1896 John BULLOCK.

Ellen Jane
married: 1897 Thomas Arthur GOODROPE.

Margaret Bruce
married: 1897 Frank Owen DRURY.

Beatrice Helen Rhind
married: 1899 William Henry TAYLOR.

Agnes Gerte
married: 1900 George William BINGEMANN.

Dora
married: 1901 Michael Francis DWYER.

Elizabeth Annie Victoria
married: 1901 Charles William WHITE.

Maria Alice
married: 1901 Richard COLE.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1902 George GIST.

Hannah Maria
married: 1904 Charles THOMPSON.

Ruby
married: 1904 Arthur Robert LAMBERT.

Ada
married: 1905 John CAVANAGH.

Isabella Florence
married: 1905 Edward Melville PRINGLE.

Minnie Elizabeth
married: 1905 Edward George WATTS.

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

JN 57433

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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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