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DURRANT marriages (females) 1859-1910 Victoria Australia

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DURRANT marriages 1859-1910 Victoria Australia.


Charlotte Maria
married: 1859 Henry Walker SANDERS.

married: 1865 Frederick PHILLIPS.

Jemima Theresa
married: 1866 Walter John MCDOWALL.

married: 1868 Peter GALLETLY.

married: 1872 Charles COOK.

married: 1873 Francis MAVOR.

married: 1875 William Alexander EAGLESON.

Marie Ann
married: 1876 Henry ALLWRIGHT.

married: 1877 Shirley Waldegrase BROOKE.

married: 1879 Charles DAY.

married: 1883 Alexander MCDONALD.

married: 1883 Joseph BULLIVANT.

married: 1888 Mark Emanual SANTOS.

Louisa Jane
married: 1893 John WOOTTEN.

Janetta Helen
married: 1898 William Charles BROWN.

married: 1899 Samuel DOWKER.

Emily Jane
married: 1899 Nicholas Herby Juliens THOMPSON.

Louisa Jane
married: 1899 Wallace Alfred OCOULS.

Margaret Elizabeth
married: 1900 Henry Thomas TODD.

married: 1902 Albert Edward TREWIN.

married: 1904 Joseph Charles EVANS.

Sarah Isabella
married: 1904 David James ROSS.

Mary Ann
married: 1906 Robert William Franklin Davidson HACKETT.

Edith Annie
married: 1909 Rufert William GIBSON.

Ethel May
married: 1909 Edmond Francis WATT.

Ruby Gertrude
married: 1910 Walter Percival Horace STEWART.

Sarah Jane
married: 1910 Herby Edward Johnson MCDOUGALL.

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

Also See:
DURRANT marriages (females) 1911-1942 Victoria Australia

DURRANT marriages (males) 1847-1920 Victoria Australia
DURRANT marriages (males) 1921-1942 Victoria Australia

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on 2011-08-03 04:22:34

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