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LAITY marriages 1906-1920 Victoria Australia

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LAITY marriages 1906-1920 Victoria Australia.

LAITY (males)

Andrew David
married: 1906 Margaret Jane YOUNG.

married: 1910 Isabella Miller COMIS.

George Gordon
married: 1913 Elizabeth Janet CHESHIRE.

Ralph Alexander
married: 1913 Jessie Hartness Kate MENDHAM.

married: 1915 Ellen WALKER.

Richard Hedley Herbert Victor
married: 1916 Emma Annie KEENAN.

John Henry Russell
married: 1918 Elsie May STEELE.

Sidney Leslie
married: 1919 Vera Annie DENNETT.

Thomas James
married: 1919 Olival MANSON.

Richard Rule
married: 1920 Lucy Victoria PEER.

LAITY (females)

Elizabeth Coghill
married: 1907 Carl ORDNER.

Ada June
married: 1908 Hemnry William EVEREST.

married: 1909 Samuel BEGG.

married: 1909 Frederick James PIKE.

Mildred Annie
married: 1909 John Gordon ROBINSON.

married: 1912 Robert George BEGG.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1912 Joseph Alexander ALLEN.

Hilda May
married: 1912 Frank Gordon DUNN.

Elizabeth Evans
married: 1915 Thomas EDWARDS.

Elizabeth May
married: 1915 Stanley Milton MOTT.

married: 1915 Francis Harry COLEMAN.

Elizabeth Harriet
married: 1916 James DOUGLAS.

Olive Hilda
married: 1916 Thomas Ritchie COOK.

Allmyra Grace
married: 1917 John James MARKBY.

Laura Jane
married: 1917 John Joseph MONAGHAN.

Ethel Maud
married: 1918 Albert John BEASLEY.

Ruth Celia
married: 1918 Alfred Ernest DAWE.

married: 1919 Alfred ABBOTT.

Phyllis Daphne
married: 1919 Arthur STRATFORD.

Susannah Ellis
married: 1919 William FAULKS.

Elizabeth Muriel
married: 1920 George Everard BALLINGER.

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

JN 57670

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