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EBBELS marriages 1866-1920 Victoria Australia

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EBBELS marriages 1866-1920 Victoria Australia.


John Spring.
Married: Emma Jane DEMPSEY 1866.

Married: Ann LINDSAY 1868.

Married: Elizabeth GIST 1874.

Married: Annie LEWIS 1875.

Married: Catherine BURNETT 1878.

Richard Alfred.
Married: Marianna VARCO 1883.

James Spring.
Married: Sarah Ann SWENSON 1893.

Married: Jessie Mary DODD 1898.

Married: Margaret BOAG 1903.

Married: Hannah BUTLER 1904.

Charles Archibald.
Married: Florence Jane HORE 1905.

Albert Ernest.
Married: Catherine ROWLANDS 1911.

William Henry.
Married: Margaret ROWLANDS 1911.

Married: Elizabeth WATSON 1916.

Alfred Thomas.
Married: Katie Agnes WOOD 1917.

James Albert.
Married: Florence Liln SAWYER 1920.


Elizabeth Jane.
Married: Thomas MAXWELL 1873.

Married: John GROVES 1875.

Alice Maud.
Married: William John KELLY 1901.

Ethel Grace.
Married: John Law SMAIL 1908.

Married: William HAYWARD 1909.

Married: Lewis GIST 1909.
Lewis indexed as Lears GIST in the EBBELS marriage records
and as Lewis GIST in the GIST marriage records.

Ethel May.
Married: David GLOVER 1914.

Alice Lillian.
Married: Frederick William Alexander MIATKE 1915.

Emily Beatrice.
Married: James BRUCE 1915.

Julia Ann Spring.
Married: Albert Edgar CHESSELL 1915.

Married: William Thomas Henry CARWICKHAM 1916.

Ada Florence.
Married: George Andrew HAYWARD 1919.

Alice Phoebe.
Married: Leslie William TAYLOR 1919.

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

JN 68776

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