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BICKNELL marriages 1851-1900 Victoria Australia

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BICKNELL marriages 1851-1900 Victoria Australia.

BICKNELL (males)

Alfred James
married: 1851 Emma HENSHALL.

married: 1855 Elizabeth ARMSTRONG.

married: 1871 Sarah Ellen OVER.

married: 1872 Annie TAYLOR.

married: 1872 Sarah TELORE.

George Andrew
married: 1875 Mary Emma DUSANTOY.

George Andrew
married: 1878 Salome Harriett KIRK.

married: 1884 Anne Elizabeth HOLMES.

William Isaac
married: 1887 Sarah Jane BRIND.

Frederick George
married: 1887 Mary Frances DEVLIN.

Alfred James
married: 1887 Carol Emma CRAGG.

Thomas William Henry
married: 1889 Mary Ann WHITTINGSLOW.

William Henry
married: 1895 Ellen MILNE.

married: 1895 Mary Jane WHYTE.

married: 1898 Mary Jane CLARKE.

married: 1900 Catherine CLARKE.

BICKNELL (females)

married: 1856 Henry BAKER.

married: 1861 Richard Thornton HARVEY.

Mariann Adams
married: 1865 John CADDEN.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1872 John WILLIAMS.

Ada Jane
married: 1876 Oscar DIGNUM.

married: 1876 Hugh John ELKINS.

married: 1880 Edward HOULDEN.

married: 1882 Terence MCDONNELL.

Charlotte Barbara
married: 1883 John Hawkins PHILLIPS.

Ellen Agnes
married: 1888 James WALLS.

Mary Ann
married: 1894 Robert JAENSCH.

Olive Eleanor
married: 1895 William Henry HARRIS.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1897 Andrew Archibald CONNELL.

Carol Louisa
married: 1897 William John TYSON.

Salome Harriett
married: 1898 Charles ROBINSON.

married: 1898 Edward WRIGHT.

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

JN 53298

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