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LAITY marriages 1892-1905 Victoria Australia

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LAITY marriages 1892-1905 Victoria Australia.

LAITY (males)

Ernest Henry
married: 1895 Sarah Earl TIPPETT.

Henry Thomas Badge
married: 1895 Mary Jane TRERISE.

married: 1896 Alice RICHARDS.

Albert Ernest
married: 1898 Sarah Matilda HAYNES.

Richard Elijah Thomas
married: 1898 Phillis Ada Cecilia DEAN.

George Henry
married: 1899 Johanna Carol BAENSCH.

Charles Albert
married: 1900 Bessie HOWITSON.

John Albert
married: 1900 Emma Janet BISHOP.

Thomas White
married: 1901 Florence Ethel NANKERVIS.

Benjamin Francesco
married: 1902 Ruth Celia DAVIDSON.

Thomas Evans
married: 1905 Elizabeth ROLLINSON.

William Charles
married: 1905 Ethel Maud COPE.

LAITY (females)

married: 1892 Theodore BLAKE.

married: 1892 Sidney Alfred SMITH.

Lily Elizabeth Mary
married: 1892 Edward CANTWELL.

Mary Ann
married: 1892 Albert Edward CURNOW.

married: 1892 Edward Joseph WOOD.

married: 1893 John Henry HARDING.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1893 Frederick DOHERTY.

married: 1893 John FERRIS.

married: 1894 Andrew STEVENS.

Ellen Bennett
married: 1895 Edward LLOYD.

Emily Louisa
married: 1895 Walter LEACH.

Laura Jane
married: 1895 William BREMMER.

Mary Ann
married: 1896 Thomas STRAHAN.

married: 1898 James HAYNES.

married: 1899 Peter GERDSEN.

married: 1903 Herbert Francis MITCHELL.

married: 1904 George Albert PERRY.

married: 1905 James Hamilton NEDWELL.

married: 1905 Maurice Bernard SYNAN.

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

JN 57572

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