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MATHERS marriages (females) 1912-1925 Victoria Australia

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MATHERS marriages 1912-1925 Victoria Australia.

MATHERS (females)

married: 1912 Stephen Thomas Chandler LITTLEJOHN.

married: 1912 William FRASER.

married: 1913 Alfred LAFITE.

Beatrice Louisa
married: 1913 George Hewston CARMAN.

Martha Lilian
married: 1913 Alfred Edward DAVIES.

Mary Teresa
married: 1913 Albert TRESIDER.

Stella Alma
married: 1913 Walter Harold MCLAREN.

Harriet Jane Fanny
married: 1915 Leonard Garnet BURMAN.

Maty May
married: 1915 Thomas Frederick Burnaby FUTCHER.

married: 1917 Leopold Henry SIEDE.

Ethel May
married: 1917 Herbert Leslie Everard WATSON.

married: 1917 Roy FRANKS.

Irene May
married: 1917 Robert Selby EDWARDS.

Nellie Victoria
married: 1917 Harold OLDHAM.

married: 1918 Stanley TAGGART.

married: 1918 Walter Les SMITH.

Bertha Annie
married: 1919 ernest BURNNARD.

Ellen Augustina Bridget
married: 1919 Francis George AMEY.

Gertrude Amy
married: 1919 Ernest Francis Scott LAVER.

married: 1920 George BRESTON.

Rosina Adeline
married: 1920 Eric Rutherford JEFFERIES.
JEFFERIES also indexed as JEFFERY.

Violet Maud Elizabeth
married: 1921 Hugh Carnegie MITCHELL.

Marguerite Snedden
married: 1921 Leslie John Laidlaw FREEMAN.

Elizabeth McDonald
married: 1921 Clarence QUINTON.

Amy Caroline
married: 1921 Matthew Thomas DARLOW.

married: 1922 Horace John LINDSAY.

Florence Emily
married: 1922 Harry Colleutt KECH.

married: 1922 Thomas SHEEHAN.

married: 1924 John Joseph MAHER.

Liln May
married: 1924 Leslie Percival Keith BUCKHAM.

Effie Milner
married: 1925 William Smyth MCKINNON.

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

JN 40899

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on 2011-09-11 23:52:44

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