BRODRIBB marriages 1855-1914 Victoria Australia
BRODRIBB marriages 1855-1914 Victoria Australia.
married: 1855 Mary Ann MCDOUGALL.
married: 1857 Elizabeth NEALE.
married: 1857 Rose Helen NEALE.
married: 1860 Ellen Louisa BAKER.
married: 1860 Elizabeth WOOLLARD. (Nee COX)
My thanks to ngairedith for taking the time to pass on the family details for Edward and Elizabeth BRODRIBB appearing in the comments section below.
married: 1861 Wynnie MURRAY.
married: 1874 Theresa Alice CASEY.
married: 1875 Catherine Kennedy MCPHERSON.
married: 1875 Emily Jane STEVENS.
Marriage details and children of William BRODRIBB and Emily STEVENS appear in the comments section below. My thanks to fourpeaks for passing on the event dates.
married: 1887 Mary Ann Newton CALLANDER.
married: 1895 Annie Maude WALKER.
married: 1898 Gertrude Brodribb MCQUIE.
married: 1900 Elizabeth CHIGWIDDEN.
married: 1904 Mary Theresa ONEILL.
married: 1906 Mabel Louisa EXCELL.
married: 1908 Elizabeth ARMSTRONG.
married: 1912 Nellie Gladstone GUNN.
married: 1913 Mary Constance ANDERSON.
married: 1857 James Blackmore MCQUIE.
married: 1872 Thomas JONES.
married: 1873 Horace Finn TUCKER.
married: 1883 James GREEN.
married: 1883 James Birch RICHARDSON.
married: 1891 Edward John RADFORD.
married: 1893 Bernard Cecil SHAW.
Frances Catherine Hebden
married: 1898 John Webster LAWSON.
More details for Frances and John appear in the comments section below.
My thanks to Muchelny for sharing these details.
Isabel Jane Blanche
married: 1905 Frederick Charles GASSON.
married: 1907 Thomas Dudley ROBINSON.
married: 1913 Thomas TERRILL.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the BRODRIBB lines.
BRODRIBB marriages 1915-1940 Victoria Australia
on 2014-06-15 00:29:09
tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
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