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CROCKETT marriages 1887-1905 Victoria Australia

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CROCKETT marriages 1887-1905 Victoria Australia.


married: 1889 Elizabeth RITCHENS.

John Alexander
married: 1890 Mary Jane GLENN.

David Henry
married: 1891 Ellen AVERY.

William Paul
married: 1891 Jessie Clarke MCMILLAN.

James Henry
married: 1892 Elizabeth Catherine MCFARLANE.

married: 1893 Catherine Amelia Elizabeth CARLISLE.

Anthony Forrester Paul
married: 1896 Elizabeth PASHE.

Robert Maxwell
married: 1897 Janet ALLISON.

George Thomas
married: 1899 Mary MCCARTHY.

George Thomas
married: 1901 Mary SLADE.

Walter Henry
married: 1902 Mary Ann BARTER.

married: 1902 Maria BLEMMER.

married: 1902 Johannah MURPHY.

married: 1902 Mary Ellen WENNELL.

John Hill
married: 1905 Hannah Rocoden ARMSTRONG.


Catherine McGregor
married: 1890 John WITHERS.

Isabella Nina
married: 1890 Henry Brace GREEN.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1891 Frederick BARKER.

Beatrice Blanche
married: 1892 John King COCHRANE.

Mary Jane
married: 1893 Thomas Thompson CLEELAND.

Margaret McGregor
married: 1898 James WITHERS.

married: 1901 Patrick HOURIGAN.

Alice Isabella
married: 1904 Archibald PARKER.

Lillia Esther
married: 1904 Ernest George MITCHELL.

Lilian Ellis
married: 1905 William BRANTHWAITE.

Mary Ann
married: 1905 Leslie Ford PEACOCK.

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

Also See:
CROCKETT marriages (females) 1854-1886 Victoria Australia
CROCKETT marriages (males) 1850-1886 Victoria Australia

CROCKET marriages 1850-1937 Victoria Australia

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