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NETTLETON marriages (males) 1852-1920 Victoria Australia

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NETTLETON marriages (males) 1852-1920 Victoria Australia.

NETTLETON (males)


Peter
married: 1852 Mary Ann HILL.

Walter
married: 1860 Ellen MORRIS.

Alfred
married: 1868 Cecelia Deborah BEESTON.

Edward Bennett
married: 1871 Ellen MCHUGH.

William Frederick Gardiner
married: 1875 Christina MCCALLUM.

Samuel
married: 1884 Emily AMBLER.

Walter Phillip
married: 1886 Anne DOUGLAS.

John Thomas
married: 1887 Jane DOUGLAS.

Alfred John
married: 1892 Catherine Jane Carlyon DERRY.

John
married: 1893 Jessie Anne MORGAN.

William Frederick Gardiner
married: 1897 Gertrude Elizabeth Driver PARKINSON.

Alfred John
married: 1900 Ellen Hume THOMPSON.

Charles Edward
married: 1902 Emily BARLOW.

Percy
married: 1902 Ethel Maud EADIE.

John
married: 1903 Ruby Maud Clark GREEN.

George Edward
married: 1905 Annie Maud LOWRY.

John
married: 1906 Catherine SINEY.

James Henry
married: 1907 Joan Edith FELSTEAD.

William Frederick Gardiner
married: 1907 Ruby HOFFMAN.

William George
married: 1909 Janet Nightingale DALZIEL.

John Patrick
married: 1911 Frances Ella KENNEDY.

Sydney Frederick Rickley
married: 1911 Jane Bowskill LEVER.

James Joseph
married: 1914 Louisa Ann MANTELL.

Frank Chapple
married: 1915 Olive Ada Maggie ROBERTS.

John Edward
married: 1917 Frances Evelyn BISHOP.

Alfred John
married: 1920 Dory Elizabeth BRAND.

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

JN 60815

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