UNDERWOOD marriages (males) 1904-1920 Victoria Australia
UNDERWOOD marriages (males) 1904-1920 Victoria Australia.
married: 1905 Ann Neil DOWDELL.
married: 1905 Annie Florence HOARE.
married: 1905 Elizabeth Augusta EDLICH.
married: 1905 Annie Edington BOOTH.
married: 1906 Florence Jane Lesmore IRVING.
married: 1906 Florence RAGOMAN.
married: 1906 Matilda Elenor PEARL.
married: 1906 Isabella Janet HAMILTON.
married: 1907 Amelia Mary MATTHEWS.
married: 1908 Dorothy Treherne HEARING.
married: 1908 Lucia Susan BOYD.
Albert James Bentinck
married: 1909 Maud Jane Elizabeth ATTENBOROUGH.
married: 1909 Kate May MILLARD.
married: 1909 Emily Jane SMITH.
married: 1909 Amelia Augusta HANSEN.
married: 1910 Elsie Louise MILLER.
Francis Henry Burland
married: 1911 Jane Jones.
married: 1911 Lydia Trottman SMITH.
married: 1912 Mary RAE.
married: 1912 Maria Cottie DICKINSON.
married: 1914 Kathleen Ellen Grace BRITT.
married: 1914 Annie NASH.
married: 1914 Anetta Pauline SUMNER.
Stanley Sydney Randolph
married: 1914 Alice Maud KICK.
married: 1915 Ethel Maud RICHARDS.
married: 1916 Myra Pearl Margaret MARTIN.
married: 1916 Grace Elizabeth Blanche BONNET.
married: 1916 Ruby Adelaide PRATT.
married: 1917 Elizabeth WATT.
George William Henry
married: 1917 Nellie Ada JONES.
married: 1918 Marjorie Adeline EDGECOMBE.
married: 1918 Florence May PARKHOUSE.
married: 1918 Catherine CLARKE.
married: 1919 Julia ADAMS.
married: 1919 Thyrza Maude HETHERINGTON.
married: 1919 Gertrude Ellen SULLIVAN.
married: 1920 May Eileen ONEILL.
married: 1920 Hilda Amy MURRAY.
married: 1920 Hilda Maude HANSEN.
married: 1920 Alice Maude NINHAM.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the UNDERWOOD lines.
on 2015-04-11 05:46:34
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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. Errors will be corrected when detected.