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WEBBER marriages 1868-1881 Victoria Australia

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WEBBER marriages 1868-1881 Victoria Australia.


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


WEBBER (males)

Richard John
married: 1870 Lois Troy AMERY.

Samuel Phillip
married: 1871 Elizabeth EDDY.

Daniel Thomas
married: 1873 Eleanor PAIN.

Charles
married: 1874 Maria HOLSTEN.

Philip
married: 1874 Margaret MCCASKILL.

Felix
married: 1875 Mary Carson STEWART.

John
married: 1875 Elizabeth Ann THWAITES.

William Charles
married: 1876 Caroline Robina THOMAS.

Charles
married: 1876 Malendah DOWER.

George
married: 1876 Susannah MINETT.

John
married: 1878 Emily MATTHEWS.

Henry Moore
married: 1879 Henrietta Lee BASTON.

Thomas Parker
married: 1880 Ann RAMSEY.

Benjamin Luke
married: 1881 Mary HUGHES.

Daniel
married: 1881 Mary Ann HARDWICK.

James
married: 1881 Jane ANDERSON.

Richard
married: 1881 Bessie Elizabeth HOSEGOOD.

William Row
married: 1881 Maggie MCGLASHAN.

Alfred Pomeroy Inchledon
married: 1881 Mary Anne COPE.

John Henry
married: 1881 Hannah DOWELL.


WEBBER (females)

Elizabeth
married: 1868 William BUCK.

Frances Belinda
married: 1869 John Holt LONG.

Mary Jane
married: 1873 Charles Albert HALE.

Grace
married: 1873 William MOYLE.

Elizabeth
married: 1874 George BAKER.

Mary Ann Alice
married: 1875 Arthur Guiness ADAMSON.

Rosa Ann
married: 1876 William Thomas DAVEY.

Eleanor
married: 1877 John ALLAN.

Mary
married: 1878 Richard BLACKMORE.

Jane Ann Durand
married: 1878 Frederick PULLEY.

Eliza
married: 1879 Edwin BLYTHE.

Jane Provis
married: 1880 William WHITE.

Eliza Mary Tellan
married: 1881 Albert Edward DYMOND.

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on 2012-03-03 01:01:08

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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