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VANCE marriages 1889-1906 Victoria Australia

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VANCE marriages 1889-1906 Victoria Australia.

VANCE (males)

married: 1889 Maria Emily FIGGIS.

William John
married: 1889 Isabel MCKEE.

married: 1891 Mary LAW.

Joseph James
married: 1891 Ada Florence BELL.

Roden Wilberforce
married: 1891 Eveleen MOORE.

married: 1892 Mary Jane STEELE.

married: 1893 Ellen RYAN.

Cecil Oakley
married: 1894 Harriet Marion MCADAM.

married: 1895 Nora ELLIOTT.

William Henry
married: 1897 Ada RILEY.

James Joseph
married: 1898 Margaret Jane Winifred WREN.

Lionel Gathothe
married: 1898 Emmeline Frances MCARTHUR.

Guy Stapleton
married: 1900 Muriel Margaret LOUGHNAN.

William Booker
married: 1901 Emma Wells BARRETT.

George Oakley
married: 1902 Harriet Catherine CRESSWELL.

married: 1904 Elizabeth WILLIAMS.

Robert Joseph
married: 1904 Ada CLEMENTSON.

James Miller
married: 1906 Amy Isabella DRAPER.

VANCE (females)

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1891 Thomas Allen BADHAM.

married: 1892 William May BOLTON.

married: 1894 Cecil Frederick ELLIOTT.

married: 1895 Thomas Benjamin JELLETT.

Ruby Christabel
married: 1899 Charles James ALSOP.

married: 1900 Henry Benjamin DOWNER.

Martha Alice
married: 1900 Lawrence Joseph CORRIGAN.

Muriel Beatrice
married: 1900 George RAMSDEN.

Mary Percival
married: 1901 Sydney Walter LEWIS.

Janet Agnes
married: 1902 George Alfred MORRIS.

Daphne Annabel
married: 1903 Charles DICKIE.

married: 1905 Robert Andrew YOUNG.

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

JN 20708

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