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BEAVER marriages (females) 1859-1940 Victoria Australia

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BEAVER marriages 1859-1940 Victoria Australia.


married: 1859 Thomas ABREY.

married: 1860 Joseph PARS.

married: 1870 Julius SALENGER.

married: Salis SCHLANK.

married: 1872 John James TOMLIN.

married: 1881 Joshua DICKESON.

Caroline May
married: 1885 James FLINT.

Barbara Florence Johnson
married: 1888 James SCOTT.

Amy Augusta
married: 1893 Alfred Moubrey HUTTON.

Cordelia Kate
married: 1893 Frederick BLIGH.

Louise Josephine
married: 1894 James William GLASSCOCK.

Mary Jane
married: 1896 William GERARD.

married: 1897 John James TURNER.

married: 1901 George William BETTS.

Florence Grace
married: 1902 Neil Charles JOHNSON.

Gertrude Mary
married: 1909 Joseph BATCHELOR.

married: 1910 Daniel HUGHES.

Alice Elizabeth
married: 1914 John Charles MCNEVIN.

Ethel Verena
married: 1914 George Dalgleish OGILVIE.

Hazel Margaret
married: 1928 Kenneth Lindsay SINCLAIR.

Alice Maria
married: 1928 Richard ALLAN.

Gwendoline Jessie
married: 1931 John Hugh STRONG.

Viola Louise
married: 1932 Richard William SALT.

Jessie Clarinda
married: 1933 William Augustus JOLLEY.

married: 1937 Martin MALONE.

Lily Margaret
married: 1938 Herbert Bartley CARROLL.

Nellwynne Rose
married: 1940 Jules Leon SMITH.

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

Also See:
BEAVER marriages (males) 1854-1941 Victoria Australia
BEAVER Deaths (males) Victoria Australia 1856-1920
BEAVER Deaths (males) Victoria Australia 1921-1985

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on 2013-10-24 21:00:27

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Journals are intended to assist new members 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 or advised.

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