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BAYLISS marriages 1901-1915 Victoria Australia

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BAYLISS marriages 1901-1915 Victoria Australia.

BAYLISS (males)


Joseph
married: 1904 Elsie Ada MOUNTJOY.

Edward
married: 1905 Harriet FORISTAL.

William Alfred
married: 1905 Ruby CLARKE.

William Sydney
married: 1905 Winifred May HODGE.

John
married: 1906 Mary WARD.

Raymond Charles
married: 1906 Sarah Kate BAKER.

Frederick Thomas
married: 1907 Lil Agnes BAKER.

George Harold
married: 1907 Jessie McKay GILMOUR.

James
married: 1907 Mary COOKE.

Alfred Herbert
married: 1908 Ada Heath VIGGERS.

Benjamin Ernest
married: 1908 Susan DUCKER.

John Thomas
married: 1908 Mabel May WILLIAMS.

William Channing
married: 1908 Celia Amelia BOWDEN.

Charles
married: 1911 Nellie Lucy Madaline MCGIE.

Ernest Alexander
married: 1911 Lena BLOOMER.

Frederick Rouse
married: 1911 Irene May HOLLOWAY.

Hugh William
married: 1911 Ivy Ruth STEAD.

Joshua
married: 1913 Harriet BARNES.

William James Merrell
married: 1913 Sarah Margaret HARMER.

Edward
married: 1915 Ernstina VOGELE.

BAYLISS (females)

Adelaide Daisy
married: 1902 Ernest Stephen TREE.

Evelyn Jane
married: 1906 William Thomas CROCKFORD.

Sophia
married: 1906 Clement FORISTAL.

Lucy Maria
married: 1911 John MCALLAN.

Annie Scarsbrook
married: 1912 David Thomas CAMERON.

May Elizabeth
married: 1912 Edwin HAYWARD.

Agnes
married: 1913 William NICHOLLS.

Matilda Emily
married: 1913 William Evan Price LLEWELLYN.

Janet Mary Weir
married: 1915 Harold Roy Robert DALY.

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

JN 56244

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on 2013-08-03 04:50:50

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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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