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UNDERWOOD marriages 1866-1883 Victoria Australia

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UNDERWOOD marriages 1866-1883 Victoria Australia.

UNDERWOOD (males)


James
married: 1869 Rose Ellen WALKER.

Crestor Carter
married: 1869 James PEVERELL.

Thomas Smith
married: 1870 Maria FLAXMAN.

John
married: 1871 Emma DULIN.

Henry Burgess
married: 1873 Nora DUFFY.

Richard
married: 1877 Elizabeth MCLEISH.

George William
married: 1878 Sarah SYKES.

William Henry
married: 1879 Maria GORDON.

Christopher
married: 1879 Eliza Jane MIDDLETON.

Richard
married: 1881 Jane WILLIAMSON.

George Thomas
married: 1881 Grace Ellen GRAY.

Henry
married: 1881 Wilhelmina ABBOTT.

Thomas James Bentyc
married: 1882 Elizabeth VARCOE.

Isaac William
married: 1882 Frances Barrum COULTER.

John
married: 1883 Ada HOSKIN.

UNDERWOOD (females)

Harriett IIes
married: 1866 Henry Edmond BREWER.

Martha Elizabeth
married: 1869 Henry RUMBLE.

Annie
married: 1870 James TURNBULL.

Mary
married: 1870 John GORDON.

Mary Jane
married: 1871 Samuel SMITH.

Susan
married: 1872 Robert Alexander SMITH.

Maria
married: 1872 Henry MUNRO.

Emma Grace
married: 1873 James MERRETT.

Charlotte
married: 1874 Andrew Alderton.

Jane
married: 1875 Frances CROXFORD.

Alice
married: 1878 Edwin ROBINS.

Susan
married: 1878 John MCDONALD.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1881 Thomas CARR.

Amelia
married: 1881 Peter Nichol ANDERSON.

Susan
married: 1882 Ronald MCCALLUM.

Emma
married: 1882 George Henry ARNOLD.

Eliza
married: 1882 Charles HARRIS.

Ann Maud Mary
married: 1883 James Allen MOIR.

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

JN 46481

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on 2012-03-03 20:09:38

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