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CHERRY marriages (females) 1901-1920 Victoria Australia

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CHERRY marriages 1901-1920 Victoria Australia.


Eliza Jane
married: 1901 John Francis HAYES.

Lottie Carol
married: 1901 William Rueben MEAKIN.

married: 1901 John BARAGWANATH.

Fanny Cecilia
married: 1902 Douglas Edwin WALLACE.

Lily Arabella
married: 1902 Charles William FORSTER.

married: 1905 John Thomas BALLANTYNE.

Millah Blanche
married: 1905 Henry Windle Cleverden SMITH.

Rachel Marion
married: 1907 Samuel RAY.

Ada Ann Mary
married: 1908 Thomas Van ALLEST.

married: 1909 Charles Slader TAPP.

married: 1909 William Archibald STEELE.

Ethel Jean
married: 1911 David James KERR.

Emmeline Florence
married: 1912 Norman George Livingstone JOB.

Elsie May Gladys
married: 1914 John Moffat ORR.

Ida Florence
married: 1914 Michael Alphonsus CASSIDY.

Isabella Mabel
married: 1914 Charles Wallace DOWSEY.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1915 Joseph Andrew Rees WALLS.

Jane Craig
married: 1915 John Henry HOLLAND.

Isabel May
married: 1917 Stanley Joseph MCFEE.

Lily May
married: 1917 George Walter BUTLER.

married: 1918 Robert HOSIE.

married: 1919 Maurice LANDRIGAN.

Hilda Bessie
married: 1919 William Leonard Leslie THOMAS.

Emily Pauline
married: 1920 Alexander Charles IRELAND.

Mary Jane
married: 1920 John Murphy USHER.

Rebecca Brice
married: 1920 Charles Edwin CARTLEDGE.

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

Also See:
CHERRY marriages (females) 1845-1875 Victoria Australia
CHERRY marriages (females) 1876-1900 Victoria Australia

CHERRY marriages (males) 1843-1870 Victoria Australia
CHERRY marriages (males) 1871-1895 Victoria Australia
CHERRY marriages (males) 1896-1920 Victoria Australia

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on 2015-03-15 01:28:52

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