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WEYMOUTH marriages 1868-1920 Victoria Australia

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WEYMOUTH marriages 1868-1920 Victoria Australia.

WEYMOUTH (males)


Thomas
married: 1868 Mary YOULTON.

Henry Augustus
married: 1884 Catherine NAPIER.

Henry Mathias
married: 1896 Adelaide Elizabeth MCBEATH.

John
married: 1892 Ellen PENHALLURIACK.

John
married: 1892 Catherine MCKEON.

Arthur Leonard
married: 1893 Jane Emma TURNER.

Albert Ernest Alfred
married: 1894 Clara TURNER.

Samuel
married: 1894 Annie Elizabeth PETRIE. (Registered 1898)

Josiah
married: 1895 Margaret Jane SEYMOUR.

John
married: 1896 Grace POLLARD.

George Andrew Philip
married: 1901 Violet Catherine Simons PHILLIPS.

Horace William
married: 1901 Eva Emily DANCE.

Herbert Henry
married: 1902 Clara Louisa PHILLIPS.

James Cyril
married: 1908 Lilian Rose Matilda PARRY.

Ephraim Malan
married: 1911 Margaret HORAN.

Horace
married: 1917 Sarah Nicholas HORNER.

Michael Patrick
married: 1918 Ada Catherine COOLING.

WEYMOUTH (females)

Mary
married: 1895 James POLLARD.

Clara
married: 1900 Ernest John VIGAR.

Susan Alice
married: 1905 John BURRELL.

Rose Mabel
married: 1912 William John WHITEBURN. (Correct spelling may be WHITBURN)

Ethel May
married: 1913 Frederick James HOLLAND.

Gladys Myrtle
married: 1917 John James WHITE.

Matilda May
married: 1920 Alexander Wallace STEWART.

Please note.
The first WEYMOUTH marriage located in Victoria was 1868.

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

JN 27330

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on 2010-12-16 03:20:35

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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.

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