BROCKENSHIRE marriages 1874-1941 Victoria Australia
BROCKENSHIRE marriages 1874-1941 Victoria Australia.
James Job BROKENSHIRE
married: 1877 Jane Catherine PHILLIPS.
Marriage Indexed under BROCKENSHIRE
See Post: BROKENSHIRE James married (1) Jane PHILLIPS 1877
married: 1879 Mary NICHOLAS.
See Post: BROCKENSHIRE Benjamin married Mary NICHOLAS 1879
married: 1883 Jessie Perkins MUNRO.
married: 1886 Fanny Louisa COOKE.
married: 1897 Anne Leslie Gordon BEGBIE.
married: 1905 Edith CLIFF.
Harold Herbert *
married: 1909 Edith Gordon PARR.
See Post: BROCKENSHIRE Harold married Edith PARR 1909
married: 1914 Eva Alice CRANLEY.
married: 1928 Violet Iren TRAFFORD.
married: 1931 Isabel May DURSTON.
married: 1937 Phyllis Celia Thelma MOYLE.
Harold Hubert *
married: 1938 Herminia Johns HOSKING.
See Post: HOSKING William married Elizabeth PAGE 1882
married: 1940 Lorna Emily TAYLOR.
married: 1941 Violet Margaret LINDEN.
* Same Harold indexed with different second given name.
married: 1874 Robert DARE.
See Post: DARE Robert married Elizabeth BROCKENSHIRE 1874
married: 1874 Patrick CARROLL.
married: 1909 Robert Taylor Forbes OSWALD.
See Post: OSWALD Robert married Edith BROCKENSHIRE 1909
married: 1909 Arthur Robert YEOMANS.
married: 1909 Richard Frederick JOLLY.
See Post: JOLLY Richard married Olive BROCKENSHIRE 1909
married: 1919 Samuel Clifton CUTT.
married: 1929 William James HOGG.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the BROCKENSHIRE lines.
The first BROCKENSHIRE marriage recorded in Victoria was 1874.
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BROKENSHIRE marriages 1862-1936 Victoria Australia
BROKENSHIRE marriages 1849-1915 South Australia
on 2015-03-24 19:32:29
tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
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