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BROKENSHIRE marriages 1862-1936 Victoria Australia

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BROKENSHIRE marriages 1862-1936 Victoria Australia.


married: 1862 Louisa CLARK.

Nicholas George
married: 1872 Catherine Carthew MINERS.

married: 1876 Emma COOPER.

James Job (Recorded under BROCKENSHIRE marriage records)
married 1: 1877 Jane PHILLIPS.
See Post: BROKENSHIRE James married (1) Jane PHILLIPS 1877

James Job
married 2: 1883 Jane DOWNING.
See Post: BROKENSHIRE James married (2) Jane DOWNING 1883

married: 1884 Amelia Emily NICHOLAS.

Thomas Charles
married: 1889 Mary Ellen ENNOR.

Joseph Henry
married: 1908 Marian Dickerson GRIFFITHS.

married: 1911 Susan Hannah Swayne CARNELL.

James Downing
married: 1914 Lillian Gertrude NANKERVIS.

Harry Stanley
married: 1920 Florence Irene BASSET.

William Philips
married: 1921 Muriel Maggie MORGAN.

David Roskilly
married: 1922 Lucy Mary COWAN.

married: 1925 Eliza CHENHAL.

married: 1927 Ruby Isabel HUGHES.

Richard Glanville
married: 1935 Louie Ethelwynne WINSTANLEY.

Charles Leslie
married: 1936 Jeannette Vera MANLEY.


married: 1865 Richard HAMMER.

Juletta Frances
married: 1872 John WILKINSON.

Laura Louisa
married: 1883 William Thomas HARVEY.

married: 1903 Andrew Christopher CURNOW.

married: 1914 Charles Anthony TAYLOR.

married: 1916 William John CROTON.

Nellie Elizabeth
married: 1917 Lancelot Leslie BASSET.

married: 1918 William James MCTAGGART.

Vera Mildred
married: 1920 Eric Victor HENSON.

Clarice Mabel
married: 1921 Illiston Robert CARNE.

Ena May
married: 1933 Eric Charles RAWLINGS.

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

Also See:
BROKENSHIRE marriages 1849-1915 South Australia

BROCKENSHIRE marriages 1874-1941 Victoria Australia

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