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WOTHERSPOON marriages 1860-1920 Victoria Australia

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WOTHERSPOON marriages 1860-1920 Victoria Australia.


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


WOTHERSPOON (males)

John
married: 1860 Mary SHEAHAN.

John
married: 1866 Rachel ROBERTSON.

William
married: 1868 Mary Morris FOSTER.

John
married: 1873 Jessie Turnbull NEILSON.

William
married: 1874 Elizabeth TRAHAIR.

James
married: 1891 Annie MCTAVISH.

John Robertson
married: 1894 Winafred Amelia ROMBACH-SCHARP.

William
married: 1902 Mary KERR.

Alexander Findlay
married: 1904 Jennett CRACKNELL.

George Lindsay
married: 1907 Fran Maude THOMAS.

Archibald Lindsay
married: 1908 Agnes Ross TULLOCH.

Albert Henry
married: 1911 Amelia TAAFE.

William George
married: 1912 Lilian May KING.

Alexander
married: 1913 Sicelia Rosina Bertha STAFFORD.

Alexander Elphingstone
married: 1914 Nancy Ellis OATS.

William
married: 1915 Mary HEFFERNAN.

David Owen
married: 1919 Florence Edith BURNS.

Reginald Thomas
married: 1919 Charlotte Alice FREEMAN.


WOTHERSPOON (females)

Mary Thompson
married: 1862 Middlemore George MATHEWS.

Margaret
married: 1881 Andrew LYON.

Elizabeth
married: 1882 Henry PEERLESS.

Agnes
married: 1889 James FLANAGAN.

Kate
married: 1890 Patrick Joseph GRIFFIN.

Mary
married: 1890 James MARKWELL.

Jessie Margaret
married: 1893 William ARMSTRONG.

Jessie Neilson
married: 1898 John Charles SEVIER.

Kate Stewart
married: 1900 Louis Bernard ROMBACK-SHARP.

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on 2012-05-06 06:50:04

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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