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GANDY marriages 1852-1942 Victoria Australia

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GANDY marriages 1852-1942 Victoria Australia.

GANDY (males)

Kendrick *
married: 1875 Mary Ann MCKAY. (Died 1876 aged 20 years)

Arthur Edward
married: 1877 Mary Louisa MCBAIN.

Kendrick *
married: 1880 Ellen TYSON.

Arthur Edward
married: 1885 Henrietta GILL.

Robert William James
married: 1898 Clara Mary MCGRATH.

George Henry
married: 1907 Elsie Margueritta WILDEN.

John Frederick
married: 1915 Ada Elizabeth GILHOOLEY.

Edward Scott
married: 1916 Emmaline Grace TREBLE.

Joseph James Ward
married: 1919 Estella Theresa JOSKE.

Arthur Edward
married: 1922 Bertha May GLENDINNING.

Charles Victor
married: 1925 Lavinia HARPER.

Claude Robert
married: 1934 Majorie Jean SPENCE.

John Nevin
married: 1936 Cecilia Corrie BAKES.

married: 1942 Elinor Margaret PAGE.

* Appears to be the same Kendrick GANDY.

GANDY (females)

married: 1852 Edward John CLARKE.

Mary Ann
married: 1863 Robert MCBRIDE.

married: 1864 Henry Aquila COLDWELL.

Isabella Kate
married: 1878 Joseph THOMPSON.

Mary Jane
married: 1902 Benjamin Jolly ORGAN.

Rebecca Lillian
married: 1907 Benjamin Herbert AURISCH.

married: 1908 Ernest Osbourne BEAL.

Eussel Evelyn Agnes
married: 1908 Francis Ernest CLIFF.

Evelyn Florence Maud
married: 1919 Herbert Peter WARREN.

Ada Elizabeth
married: 1922 Henry Norman WHITEFIELD.

Clara May
married: 1923 George LEE.

Evelyn Florence Maud
married: 1926 Eric Aldridge JACKSON.

Esther Lydia
married: 1929 Frederick Jakob BAUSCHER.

Gwendoline Mary Silvia
married: 1931 Joseph BAUMBER.

Hilda Evelyn
married: 1933 David Peter WALSH.

Georgina Elsie
married: 1933 James Montague BONWICK.

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

JN 59864

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