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BROOM marriages 1901-1925 Victoria Australia

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BROOM marriages 1901-1925 Victoria Australia.


married: 1902 Bertha Ann BENNION.

married: 1906 Ada Rose CADD.

married: 1906 Elizabeth Maud SMITH.

Frederick Marmaduke
married: 1908 Alice Maud STYNES.

Ormond Alexander
married: 1913 Irene Margaret HAWKEY.

married: 1913 Margaret OROURKE.

Edward John
married: 1914 Lucy May VERNON.

married: 1916 Edith Beulah Irene HARDING.

Charles Alfred
married: 1916 Charlotte Emma LANE.

married: 1916 Hilda Maude LUCKE.

Herbert John Stanley
married: 1919 Muriel Elizabeth BURCHILL.

Ernest Edward
married: 1920 Winifred Maud AYRER.

married: 1920 Adelaide PERDRISAT.

William John Davis
married: 1924 Ruby Gladys Josine JOHNSON.

George Henry
married: 1924 Gertrude BENNETT.

married: 1924 Effie Augusta JONES.


Ethel May
married: 1906 Albert MILLER.

Johanna Catherine
married: 1906 John William KIDD.

Grace Constance
married: 1912 Carl Christopher frederick FISHER.

Catherine Crichton
married: 1913 Leonard Martin HOLMES.

Claudine Elizabeth
married: 1914 John William REID.

Brice Mary Elaine
married: 1919 Harold Victor KNOLDER.

Gwenlillian Ellen
married: 1919 Ernest Harold HARDING.

Lena Alvina Maude
married: 1919 Robert BARKER.

Daisy Felecia
married: 1920 Ernest James MARTIN.

Mabel Catherine Douglas
married: 1920 Hector Aldridge ROBINSON.

Maud Lucy Brice
married: 1920 Arthur Edward SCAMMELL.

Doris Bertha
married: 1924 William Henry SEIFFERT.

married: 1925 Arthur Lewis SQUIRES.

Jessie May
married: 1925 Everett William MONTAGUE.

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

Also See:
BROOM marriages 1859-1900 Victoria Australia
BROOM Deaths (males) Victoria Australia 1853-1935

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on 2013-08-18 00:10:00

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