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WILLSON marriages 1852-1900 Victoria Australia

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WILLSON marriages 1852-1900 Victoria Australia.

WILLSON (males)

married: 1853 Elizabeth GORDEN.

married: 1853 Elizabeth LESLIE.

John Byde
married: 1855 Rebecca Jane MORROW.

married: 1857 Margaret LYONS.

Thomas Slater
married: 1857 Maria Fullton FORT.

Ambrose Spitty
married: 1857 Fanny Herbert MATHEWS.

married: 1862 Sophia BENNETT.

married: 1862 Ann DORGAN.

married: 1864 Martha WHITECHURCH.

married: 1873 Mary Elizabeth WINNAN.

Edwin Martani
married: 1875 Mary Jane TRACY.

married: 1880 Adelaide SIMPSON.

married: 1884 Elizabeth Patience BUTTERWORTH.

William John Thomas
married: 1886 Ann WILD.

Henry Arthur
married: 1895 Margaret Todd DAVIDSON.

William James
married: 1899 Bertha Constance HALPIN.

WILLSON (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1852 John FISK.

Mary Anne
married: 1856 Alfred Robertson FITCHETT.

married: 1857 James HENDERSON.

married: 1858 James YENDALL.

married: 1866 William Alexander GILLYAN.

Janet Ann
married: 1868 John LACE.

Emily Jane
married: 1871 Mark POLLARD.

married: 1875 Job HOLDSWORTH.

married: 1878 John NORTON.

Mary Izabel
married: 1887 Wilson SUTCLIFFE.

married: 1887 Wilfred Vivian SPENCE.

Carol Susan Herbert
married: 1889 Arthur Henry DUCKETT.

Eliza Fanny Ella
married: 1895 William SIBBALD.

Mary Ann
married: 1896 Albert Edward BECKENSALL.

Elizer Alice Emily
married: 1897 Andrew STILL.

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

JN 59732

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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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