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CHIVERS marriages (males) 1856-1914 Victoria Australia

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CHIVERS marriages (males) 1856-1914 Victoria Australia.

CHIVERS (males)

married: 1865 Catherine Elizabeth ROBILLIARD.

married: 1865 Elizabeth MILLS.

Thomas Rutter
married: 1870 Emily Jane Hulbert TROTT.

William Thomas
married: 1871 Ann WAISTELL.

Noah William
married: 1874 Mary Ann BURGESS.

married: 1875 Mary Ann ROBBIE.

James Fricker
married: 1875 Helen Broad MACEY.

married: 1877 Mary BOYD.

married: 1877 Anna BOWER.

John William
married: 1883 Rachel DIGNUM.

married: 1889 Mary Sophia NUNN.

married: 1892 Mary Jane MCKERGEN.

married: 1892 Fanny Matilda DUNLOP.

Henry Edwin Samuel
married: 1893 Rose Cooper TYMMS.

Arhtur George
married: 1894 Edith Mary FOSTER.

Thomas Albert
married: 1895 Nora TYMMS.

married: 1895 Emily Jane Hubbart TROTT.

Herbert Watson
married: 1899 Mary Augustine HARE.

Ernest Pitman
married: 1902 Edith Jasper JOSE.

Alfred Ernest Albert
married: 1903 Maude Melina HARVEY.

Alfred Rutter
married: 1906 Florence Mabel TAINTON.

Arthur Joseph
married: 1906 Alice Beatrice FIRTH.

Alexander Forbes
married: 1908 Eliza Ethel Emma JOPLING.

Horace Watson
married: 1908 Minnie Guidetta MACK.

George Frederick
married: 1911 Marion Jane WALLACE.

William Watson
married: 1911 Olive Daisy ELLIOTT.

William Edward
married: 1913 Edith BAMFORD.

Samuel Francis
married: 1914 Annie Elizabeth BRENNAN.

Thomas Albert
married: 1914 Harriet HARTLEY.

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

JN 40678

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