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PETTITT marriages 1840-1910 Victoria Australia

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PETTITT marriages 1840-1910 Victoria Australia.

PETTITT (males)


Peter
married: 1858 Marion WOOD.

Hugh
married: 1860 Rose DOYLE.

Alexander
married: 1868 Sarah GRIST.

William
married: 1871 Ann STOKES.

William
married: 1880 Catherine Charlotte MARTIN.

Charles
married: 1881 Mary Jane TAYLOR.

Horace Conway
married: 1889 Emily BISHOP.

Charles
married: 1891 Anastasia CHADWICK.

William Henry
married: 1893 Maud Maria SMITH.

William Broomfield
married: 1898 Edith Kate MURPHY.

George
married: 1902 Charlotte HURSTFIELD.

John
married: 1909 Marianne Hope HOUSTON.

PETTITT (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1840 James PEARCE.

Ann
married: 1859 William JOHNSON.

Sarah
married: 1863 William LORMER.

Elizabeth
married: 1869 Thomas HALFPENNY.

Elizabeth
married: 1878 Robert SEAMAN.

Charlotte Matilda
married: 1886 Matthew Campbell LECKIE.

Annie
married: 1888 William MCCLARE.

Carol
married: 1891 Charles Dillon THOMPSON.

Mary Ann
married: 1891 William WIGNEY.

Frances
married: 1893 Thomas MILES.

Sarah
married: 1893 Alfred ARMSTRONG.

Carol Martha
married: 1895 George WIGNEY.

Florence Ada
married: 1895 David James KINSMAN.

Lillian
married: 1900 John Thomas COWELL.

Ada Alice
married: 1903 Hugh Morris CONNOLLY.

Fanny
married: 1906 William John GAY.

Stella
married: 1908 Leslie Gordon GREEN.

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

Note.
If the marriage you seek is not here try the PETTIT marriages.
Some marriages may be recorded under both spellings.

JN 57583

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on 2013-11-26 16:56:29

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.
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