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HOLYOAK marriages 1865-1920 Victoria Australia

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HOLYOAK marriages 1865-1920 Victoria Australia.

HOLYOAK (males)

Frederick Thomas
married: 1865 Jane LAMBERT.

Samuel Frederick
married: 1871 Mary CARNEY.

married: 1874 Elizabeth Jane COCK.

married: 1879 Mary Ann SHRUBSOLE.

married: 1887 Rachel NEESON.

Frederick Thomas
married: 1892 Mary METCALFE.

married: 1899 Catherine KIELY.

married: 1900 Mary Rose Eugene PROLONGEAU.

George Henry
married: 1902 Martha DOWNES.

Henry Frederick
married: 1910 Elsie Mona CREBBIN.

Samuel Frederick
married: 1911 Florence Mary LEACH.

HOLYOAK (females)

married: 1868 Robert Barkly NICHOLSON.

married: 1872 Charles James MCCORMACK.

married: 1875 Charles Allen GIBSON.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1878 Alfred ALLEN.

married: 1879 George HEATH.

married: 1883 Charles Henry Salter LADD.

Hannah Maria
married: 1883 William Henry COCKS.

Mary Louisa
married: 1886 Octavius DAVIS.

married: 1890 Albert GRIGG.

Mary Jane
married: 1900 Henry Charles SHELDON.

Sarah Ann
married: 1901 William WOLFE.

Mary Frances
married: 1902 John ALLAN.

married: 1907 Ernest Tasso SAMUELS.

Edith Lindsell
married: 1908 John MCCORMACK.

married: 1911 Robert Leslie WISHART.

Kate Marguerite
married: 1912 Sydney John MACFARLANE.

Rose Helene
married: 1913 Horace Edwin CLARKE.

Mabel Neeson
married: 1914 Edgar SYMONS.

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

JN 51318

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on 2012-10-16 19:39:59

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