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EMSLIE marriages 1865-1942 Victoria Australia

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EMSLIE marriages 1865-1942 Victoria Australia.

EMSLIE (males)

married: 1865 Jane MOORE.

married: 1887 Elizabeth VOIGHT.

married: 1889 Jane MITCHELL.

Ernest Alfred
married: 1895 Mary Jane JONES.

Allan Arthur
married: 1909 Blanche STEPHENSON.

Charles Alexander
married: 1909 Margaret Dudley MONTGOMERY.

married: 1915 Annie May PARKER.

Robert John
married: 1919 Dorothy Eugenie SCOTT.

Ernest James
married: 1926 Doris Marie SCRIVENS.

married: 1929 Helen LAVARS.

Allan Stepenson
married: 1936 Emily ORR.

married: 1936 Stella DURRANT.

John Alexander
married: 1939 Mavis NORGATE.

Alexander Ronald
married: 1941 Louisa Jane PRESTON.

John Richard
married: 1942 Enid Lois CAMM.

married: 1942 Alice Mabel Lloyd JONES.

EMSLIE (females)

Jeannie Christie
married: 1868 George COOPER.

Elizabeth Frances
married: 1891 John DUNN.

Lillian Grace
married: 1902 Ernest Valentine COLSON.

Ethel Jane
married: 1903 Albert George COLSON.

Alice Elsie
married: 1905 Samuel George CHARLTON.

Mary Louisa
married: 1912 Albert Edward TURNER.

Violet May
married: 1913 Ross Robert HILLAM.

Eva Annie
married: 1914 Allan Eglinton HILLAM.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1919 George BEALE.

Ruby Florence
married: 1919 Donald George CHICK.

Jenny Rodger
married: 1920 Alan DOWNIE.

Vera Doris
married: 1931 Clarence Alan HARTLEY.

married: 1942 Frederick William MEREDITH.

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

JN 21483

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