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BEAVIS marriages (females) 1889-1920 Victoria Australia

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BEAVIS marriages 1889-1920 Victoria Australia.


married: 1889 Alexander BEVERIDGE.

married: 1890 William TREWWEN.

Phoebe Francescia
married: 1890 Charles BREAR.

married: 1891 William Hamilton HEAD.

married: 1892 Peter WILKINSON.

Carol Annie
married: 1893 John William ROGERS.

married: 1894 William VERDON.

Frances Jane
married: 1894 George Edward BOTTOMLEY.

Ada Louisa
married: 1896 Walter James HEATH.

Amelia Elizabeth Millett
married: 1899 William John HICKS.

Charlotte Elizabeth
married: 1901 Francis Wilson BEST.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1901 Charles Robert BROWNLAW.

married: 1901 William Christopher RIDDLE.

married: 1903 Herbert Charles PLUMMER.

Ellen Elizabeth
married: 1905 Anthony William BARNS.

Alice May
married: 1906 John HUTCHINS.

Julia Ann
married: 1908 William Michael THOMAS.

Edith May
married: 1909 Frederick Gordon WILLOUGHBY.

Ellen Jane
married: 1909 Richard Henry BOWDEN.

married: 1909 Frank WILLIS.

Isabella Louisa
married: 1910 Philip Augustus GREENAWAY.

Louisa Rachel Trevoniar
married: 1910 Albert James Bowden JONES.

Ella Mary
married: 1913 John Northcart WALSH.

married: 1914 Peter REILLY.

married: 1915 Ernest George UPTON.

Mary Maud
married: 1917 Thomas COWLAND.

Charlotte Marion
married: 1918 William George COWLAND.

married: 1919 Charles Luke Vail BOLTON.

Charlotte Elizabeth
married: 1920 Norman Arthur John DUSTING.

married: 1920 Ernest Joshua SMITH.

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

Also See:
BEAVIS marriages 1852-1888 Victoria Australia
BEAVIS marriages (males) 1889-1920 Victoria Australia

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on 2014-08-01 20:39:05

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