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BUTTERWORTH marriages 1896-1906 Victoria Australia

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BUTTERWORTH marriages 1896-1906 Victoria Australia.


Ernest Richard
married: 1897 Anna Letitia TRANDSEN.

Edward William
married: 1898 Johanna Beatrice KANE.

John William
married: 1898 Lavina Jane DUNN.

married: 1898 Elizabeth Alice SALES.

Thomas Robert
married: 1898 Elizabeth PROSSER.

married: 1901 Jessie MCMATH.

Albert Wellington
married: 1902 Georgina Elizabeth CLEGG.

married: 1902 Ada Agnes CLARK.

Arthur James Thomas
married: 1902 Hannah EWIN.

Henry Edward
married: 1902 Martha MORRISON.

Thomas Henry
married: 1902 Mary May BILLINGTON.

married: 1903 Annie HARRINGTON.

Thomas Edward
married: 1903 Louisa Margaret BOWE.

married: 1904 Roshana MCEWAN.

married: 1905 Nellie HEWITT.

married: 1906 Elizabeth MOORE.


married: 1897 George TEMPEST.

married: 1897 William HALLS.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1897 Henry Alexander DICKSON.

Hannah Louisa
married: 1897 Henry Alexander JARROLD.

married: 1897 Edward Leslie VAGG.

Hilda Elizabeth Hazelelgrove
married: 1898 James ARGALL.

married: 1898 James HALEY.

Ethel Sophia
married: 1899 John Chris MILLER.

married: 1899 Alfred MAYNE.

Florence May
married: 1901 Abram Louis AMIET.

Margaret Julia
married: 1901 William John THORNTON.

Mary Frances
married: 1901 Charles Joseph DAVIS.

Sarah Ann
married: 1901 Albert John Hanley WILINSON.

Ada May
married: 1904 George Charles BARNES.

Blanch Evaline
married: 1906 Otto Frederick John HENDRICKSON.

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

Also See:
BUTTERWORTH marriages 1852-1880 Victoria Australia
BUTTERWORTH marriages 1881-1895 Victoria Australia

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