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ARAM marriages 1860-1941 Victoria Australia

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ARAM marriages 1860-1941 Victoria Australia.


married: 1868 Sarah BURWELL.

married: 1879 Florence Julia WILLIAMS.
Seven issues located.
1. Julia Elizabeth ARAM. Born 1879 Carlton, Victoria.
2. Thomas James ARAM. Born 1881 Carlton, Victoria.
3. Bessie ARAM. Born 1883 Carlton, Victoria.
4. Gordon William ARAM. Born 1885 Carlton, Victoria.
5. Claude Victor ARAM. Born 1887 Carlton, Victoria.
6. Albert Gladstone ARAM. Born 1889 North Carlton, Victoria.
7. Melba May ARAM. Born 1891 North Carlton, Victoria.

married: 1883 Sarah HAMILTON.
Three issues located.
1. Alexander William ARAM. Born 1884 St Kilda, Victoria.
2. John Thomas Hamilton ARAM. Born 1886 St Kilda, Victoria.
3. Alice Florence ARAM. Born 1888 St Kilda, Victoria.

Walter Charles
married: 1902 Margaret Evelyn FIESLEY.
Three issues located.
1. Myrtle Alice ARAM. Born 1904 Geelong, Victoria.
2. Harold Walter ARAM. Born 1908 Geelong, Victoria.
3. Clarice Margaret ARAM. Born: 1913 Geelong, Victoria.

Harold Walter
married: 1933 Dory De Lacy DENDLE.

Walter Charles
married: 1941 Ann CHALMERS.


Matilda Elizabeth
married: 1860 Henry CANAVAN.

Matilda Elizabeth
married: 1865 George SEFTON.

married: 1892 Andrew John OSTBERG.

Gertrude Sarah
married: 1902 Alfred Henry SEARLE.

Nina Isabella
married: 1902 Thomas George KETTLE.

Alice Florence
married: 1916 John Cock BRODIE.

Clarice Margaret
married: 1938 William George HUGHES.

Myrtle Alice
married: 1939 Basil Keith YOUNG.

Compiled from the Victorian Birth and Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the ARAB lines.

JN 60652

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on 2014-09-23 02:28:56

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