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ORGAN marriages (males) 1901-1936 Victoria Australia

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ORGAN marriages 1901-1936 Victoria Australia.


Horatio Thomas
married: 1901 Gina CLIFTON.

Benjamin Jolly
married: 1902 Mary Jane GANDY.

married: 1902 Monica Blanche FRODRED.

married: 1902 Minnie Blance PERCIVAL.

Gerald Garreth
married: 1903 Sarah WILKINSON.

Emmanuel Elijah
married: 1906 Catherine Barbara PICKERING.

Henry Benjamin
married: 1906 Isabel Elizabeth MCCLUSKY.

Edwin Arthur
married: 1908 Mildred CLARKE.

Francis Angus
married: 1910 Rachel MARSHALL.

James McWilliams
married: 1911 Lavinia Catherine Victoria RILEY.

married: 1915 Emily Amelia CHARRY.

Nicholas Theodore
married: 1916 Carol Edith MINNS.

Jonas Benjamin
married: 1917 Eliza Jane JAGER.

John Lamech
married: 1919 Docie Isabella COOPER.

John Treloar
married: 1919 Violet Clarice TAYLOR.

Benjamin Jolly
married: 1924 Violet Matilda Maude BOREHAM.

Walter George
married: 1924 Elsie Eileen FORD.

Charles John
married: 1926 Kate BIRD.

Arthur Sydney Ludlow
married: 1927 Gerte Dora TRACEY.

Reginald William
married: 1928 Alma Alive SCHINDLER.

Francis James Manderson
married: 1928 Muriel Evelyn GATELY.

Edward Roy
married: 1932 Mary Agnes TATTERSALL.

Leslie Walter
married: 1932 Jean Gerte ISLES.

John Joseph
married: 1934 Mena Winifred STANTON.

James Angus
married: 1934 Florence HOBSON.

Alfred James
married: 1935 Elsie May MCDONALD.

John Sydney Gilbert
married: 1936 Maisie Martha PHETLEY.

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

JN 57821

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