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JUKES marriages (females) 1901-1932 Victoria Australia

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JUKES marriages 1901-1932 Victoria Australia.


married: 1901 William John PENTLING.

Jane Letitia
married: 1902 Hugo August Ernest Karl ZANDER.

Beatrice Mary
married: 1905 Frank Stephen DALBY.

married: 1906 Walter John WILTON.

Grace Agnes
married: 1906 Hastings Wentworth BLACK.

Alice Maud
married: 1907 Frederick James BODY.

married: 1909 William CROMPTON.

Beatrice Ellen
married: 1911 William Edward WATSON.

married: 1911 John Thorn HILL.

married: 1912 Thomas Archibald HADDON.

married: 1914 Arthur James CASSIDY.

married: 1917 George HOFFMANN.

Esther Annie
married: 1918 James William BRENT.

Ruby May
married: 1919 James Joseph WRIGHT.

Ellen May
married: 1921 Archibald Henry WINDOW.

Mildred May
married: 1921 Norman James KEITH.

Eileen Mary
married: 1922 James Henry CROFT.

Ethel Rose
married: 1922 Harold James ARMSTRONG.

Ruby Rebecca
married: 1922 Benjamin Alexander SWINNERTON.

Doris Rebecca May
married: 1923 George Charles TOPE.

Brice Maud
married: 1926 Alfred Thomas Twist OLIVER.

Mabel Ethel
married: 1926 John Ernest PARRY.

Hilda Jane
married: 1927 Roy George RILEY.

Dorothy Mary
married: 1927 William HILL.

Emma Myrtle
married: 1928 Francis Alton SMYTH.

Matilda Harriet
married: 1932 Walter Charles BENNETT.

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

Also See:
JUKES marriages 1853-1900 Victoria Australia
JUKES marriages (males) 1901-1932 Victoria Australia

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on 2014-02-12 23:42:57

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