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FRENCH marriages (females) 1866-1884 Victoria Australia

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FRENCH marriages (females) 1866-1884 Victoria Australia.

FRENCH (females)

married: 1866 Samuel James RAIL.

Matilda Sarah Ann
married: 1866 John MILES.

married: 1867 Carl Hinerisch BRENT.

married: 1868 William HOLL.

Mary Sophia
married: 1870 George Ralph BLACKFORD.

married: 1870 Frederic John BRITTEN.

Sarah Ann
married: 1871 Alexander MILNE.

Annie Harriett
married: 1871 George MCDONALD.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1871 Samuel ROLPH.

Louisa Christina
married: 1873 John Stafford GUNN.

married: 1875 John ANDREW.

married: 1876 William JOSE.

Mary Jane
married: 1876 William FULLER.

Mary Jane
married: 1876 Robert CHALMERS.

Fanny Clara
married: 1876 Ranald CAMPBELL.

married: 1876 John James FOTHERGILL.

Helen Catherine
married: 1877 Edward ROWELL.

Mary Ann
married: 1880 Thomas GRANT.

Mary Ann
married: 1881 Edward WILLIAMSON.

Mary Jane
married: 1881 Arthur Alfred LESTER.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 James Thomas PASCOE.

married: 1882 Henry GIBBINS.

Susan Edna
married: 1883 Benjamin FALL.

Alice Ann
married: 1883 Ralph Herbert William TAYLOR.

Mary Ann
married: 1883 William MCINTYRE.

married: 1883 William PRIDEAUX.

Florence Alice
married: 1883 Frederick William FANKHAUSER.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1884 Cyrus BURLEY. (Registered 1886)

married: 1884 Ernest GARLEPP.

married: 1884 James Walbanke PAYNE.

married: 1884 William Henry WHITELY.

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

JN 58318

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