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BUNTINE marriages 1856-1910 Victoria Australia

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BUNTINE marriages 1856-1910 Victoria Australia.

BUNTINE (males)


Robert
married: 1856 Janet HAINING.

Albert
married: 1860 Margaret Page THORNBURN.

Hugh
married: 1862 Elizabeth SHARP.

William
married: 1864 Susanna MAWLEY.

Percy Edgar
married: 1891 Lily GLASSBOROW.

John Wallace
married: 1894 Fanny Elizabeth ISAACS.

Walter Murray
married: 1894 Bertha Florence GIBBS.

Albert
married: 1897 Lottie CONWAY.

John Symington
married: 1897 Agnes Mattie PURVES.

John Symington
married: 1898 Wilamina Cameron CLINTON.

Benjamin Taylor
married: 1899 Isabella Ann RODGERS.

Thomas
married: 1893 Elizabeth BROWN.

Hugh Alexander
married: 1905 Flora MCLEOD.

Percival Edgar
married: 1907 Elizabeth CONWAY.

Arthur James Augustus
married: 1910 Mildred Ellen FOUNTAIN.

Robert
married: 1910 Adeline Elsie HANSFORD.


BUNTINE (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1856 Benjamin TAYLOR.

Agnes Adamson
married: 1863 Charles Ignatz DUVE.

Mary Anne
married: 1864 James WILLIAMS.

Sarah Wallace
married: 1866 George TAYLOR.

Agness
married: 1873 Michael Dawe HALLETT.

Elizabeth
married: 1874 Daniel FOLEY.

Isabella
married: 1875 Jackson ORR.

Mary Harriet
married: 1882 Richard LITTLE.

Helen Mary
married: 1886 Henry Alfred LUKE.

Jane Page
married: 1887 John GRIEVE.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1890 William Henry HURLEY.

Mabel Susannah
married: 1895 Frank Charles GORDON.

Jessie Elizabeth
married: 1897 James PIRIE.

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

Updated 15 November 2013.

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on 2010-06-10 03:05:16

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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