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BALLARD marriages 1887-1909 Victoria Australia

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BALLARD marriages 1887-1909 Victoria Australia.


Married: Mary BLIGHT 1888.

Alfred Henry
Married: Winnafred (Winifred) MORONEY 1888.

Married: Margaret Elizabeth CHANT 1889.

Edward Henry
Married: Ellen Mary HARVEY 1892.

Married: Mary Jane DECARTE 1896.

Married: Henrietta Sebson CLAUSSEN 1896.

James Edward
Married: Amy Isabel WHITE 1897.

Edward Alfred
Married: Sarah Elizabeth WILSON 1899.

John Hartley
Married: Charlotte Maria MONRO 1899.

Married: Margaret MURPHY 1899.

Thomas James
Married: Mabel BALLARD 1900.

Charles William
Married: Ethel WHITHAM 1902.

John Taylor
Married: Elizabeth ADAM 1903.

Joseph George
Married: Alice Melinda QUICK 1905.

John Arthur
Married: Bertha VINGE 1907.

Married: Flora MCKENZIE 1909.

William Henry
Married: Mary Minnie BAKER 1909.


Alice Mary
Married: John JENKINS 1887.

Malvina Maria Matilda
Married: Henry Benjamin STALEY 1888.

Amy Jane
Married: Frederick DURRANS 1890.

Married: Frederick James FIELD 1892.

Married: Thomas QUINN 1893.

Emily Grace
Married: Arthur James DOWELL 1894.

Mary Florence
Married: Charles Otto HUGHES 1907.

Lillian Harriet
Married: Samuel Arthur ROSIN 1898.

Married: Thomas James BALLARD 1900.

Married: William George DOWNIE 1902.

Married: Joseph HYMER 1902.

Olive Maud Mary
Married: Charles Ernest CARTER 1902.

Dora Adelaide
Married: Arthur Albert Walter BUTCHER 1904.

Jane Margaret
Married: Arthur WYNDHAM 1907.

Bertha Mary
Married: Alexander Walter Douglas BLACK 1908.

Bertha Mary
Married: George Thomas SMITH 1909.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexed to assist others researching the BALLARD lines.

Also See:
BALLARD marriages 1851-1886 Victoria Australia

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