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BUTTERFIELD marriages 1895-1920 Victoria Australia

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BUTTERFIELD marriages 1895-1920 Victoria Australia.

BUTTERFIELD (males)

Arthur Robert
married: 1896 Ada Thorton HAMMILL.

William
married: 1899 Clara Louisa WENLOCK.

Richard Walter
married: 1900 Violet Isabella FARRELL.

Ernest McKenzie
married: 1902 Matilda Alice BANKS.

Frederick Charles
married: 1903 Winifred May WREN.

Sidney
married: 1904 Christina Kerr MILLERS.

Michael
married: 1905 Annie MALONE.

John Stephen
married: 1907 Florence Mary KENNISON.

William Thomas
married: 1907 Emmeline Ada LEMON.

James
married: 1911 Minnie Florence DREWETT.

Montague
married: 1912 May Alice PRINCE.

Reginald John Henry
married: 1913 Mary Jane ADAMS.

William Mitchell
married: 1915 Millicent Vera WILLIAMS.

Alfred Hall
married: 1916 Hannah LOVE.

Stanley William Irwin
married: 1916 Lilian May Josine BLAND.

Arthur
married: 1917 Ethel STEWART.

George Edward
married: 1920 Hughina Amy MYHILL.

BUTTERFIELD (females)

Mary
married: 1895 Peter GAMBETTA.

Ann Elizabeth
married: 1900 Charles Ernest STEEL.

Harriet
married: 1901 David KIRK.

Violet Louisa Knowles
married: 1903 Richard SPARKES.

Grace
married: 1907 Charles Benjamin LITTLE.

Isabel May
married: 1907 Percy ELLIN.

Jessie Jane Elizabeth
married: 1907 Henry James Arnot TEPPER.

Violet
married: 1907 Percy Harold REYNOLDS.

Carol Annie
married: 1909 William john BROUGH.

Mabel Emma
married: 1910 Albert Thomas BURGESS.

May Lillian Ruth
married: 1910 Charles William SHEARN.

Ivy Evelyn
married: 1911 Cyril William James RUNGE.

May Ellen
married: 1912 Love Chao OXBOROUGH.

Elizabeth May
married: 1913 Leonard Palmer GLOSTER.

Grace Evelyn
married: 1917 Robert LAKEMAN.

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

JN 53701

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Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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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