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LUGG marriages (males) 1906-1923 Victoria Australia

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LUGG marriages 1906-1923 Victoria Australia.


James Samuel
married: 1906 Eliza Ada HUNT.

William Thomas
married: 1906 Lucy Barbara COOPER.

Edward John
married: 1907 Elizabeth RUFF.

Gilbert Henry
married: 1907 Florence MCCARTHY.

married: 1907 Elizabeth Ann ANSTIS.

Herbert Hendy
married: 1908 Jessie Oliphant MATHER.

married: 1908 Sarah Emily JOHNSTON.

married: 1910 Euphemia May SUTTON.

Stephen John
married: 1910 Carol ARMSTRONG.

Sydney James
married: 1910 Alice Elizabeth ALLEN.

married: 1911 Laura Evelyn FELSTEAD.

married: 1911 Ellen GERRETT.

married: 1911 Elizabeth MCFARLANE.

Charles Alfred Joseph
married: 1912 Allison Isabel PEGG.

married: 1912 Sarah HEALY.

Frederick George
married: 1913 Alice Jane KNIGHT.

Samuel Earnest
married: 1914 Annie AMIS.

Frederick Oscar
married: 1915 Dorothy Ethel DEPPELER.

Charles Edward
married: 1916 Elizabeth Ann ROONEY.

William Thomas
married: 1916 Jessie Marguartte COCKS.

Clarence Alexander
married: 1917 Ivy Maude BROWN.

married: 1918 Ruby HUGHES.

married: 1921 Alvina Flora Ethel BAUM.

Cyril Joseph
married: 1921 Stella Elizabeth Florence HUGGAN.

Norman Victor
married: 1921 Tessie Mary WALSH.

Stanley George
married: 1922 Millicent STEPHENS.

Clifford George
married: 1922 Louisa Doris MITCHELL.

Frederick Owen
married: 1923 Elaine Ethel Maud HULETT.

married: 1923 Alice Lavinia ROWLES.

George Thomas
married: 1923 Agnes DOW.

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

JN 59723

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