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TRIGG marriages 1887-1905 Victoria Australia

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TRIGG marriages 1887-1905 Victoria Australia.

TRIGG (males)


Joseph
married: 1887 Mary Ann PENHALLURIACK.

Henry
married: 1887 Salome Ann PLANT.

James
married: 1888 Ann WOULFE.

Frederick
married: 1889 Mary Ann FULTON.

George Christopher
married: 1889 Margaret CUPPAGE.

James Frederick
married: 1889 Jessie CUPPAGE.

Joseph Charles
married: 1889 Bertha Ellen HUNT.

Arthur
married: 1890 Annie TRIGG.

John Gamby
married: 1890 Mary SWAYN.

Samuel
married: 1890 Martha LEE.

Frederick James
married: 1891 Jean GAUL.

George
married: 1891 Annie BRACKEN.

Joseph
married: 1893 Mary Ada MCCLYMONT.

Samuel
married: 1893 Ann KNIGHT.

William
married: 1897 Ellen Annie Loader.

John
married: 1898 Susan Maria TRIGG.

Frederick James
married: 1900 Sarah Ellen MORRIS.

Charles
married: 1902 Alice Ann HOUGHTON.

John
married: 1902 Isabella TYSON.

John
married: 1903 Lillian Margaret CROTHERS.

Thomas
married: 1903 Isabella FALCKE.

TRIGG (females)

Mary
married: 1887 James READ.

Emily
married: 1888 Job Lawrence HYATT.

Elizabeth
married: 1889 William Sedgley WEBB.

Mary Ann
married: 1889 Robert John GRAYSON.

Annie
married: 1890 Arthur TRIGG.

Sarah Ann
married: 1890 Walter WRIGHT.

Ellen
married: 1894 Henry David JONES.

Maria
married: 1894 Edward BROWN. (Registered 1896)

Deborah Frances
married: 1897 Thomas JENKINS.

Susan Maria
married: 1898 John TRIGG.

Margaret Jane
married: 1900 William MCDONALD.

Margaret Jane
married: 1901 Robert MCCOSH.

Mary Ann
married: 1903 Eugene James ANDERTON.

Mary Ann
married: 1904 Albert Ernest HUNTER.

Priscilla
married: 1904 Thomas William KEEBLE.

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

JN 63085

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