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PETT marriages 1854-1920 Victoria Australia

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PETT marriages 1854-1920 Victoria Australia.

PETT (males)


Henry
married: 1857 Jenet CAMPBELL.

Thomas
married: 1857 Winifred FEENEY.

Joseph
married: 1860 Emily Maria GIBBONS.

Alfred
married: 1878 Emma PETT.

Henry
married: 1890 Emily BROWN.

Francis Henry
married: 1892 Catherine Mary GIBSON.

Harry
married: 1892 Fanny HOLMES.

Alexander
married: 1894 Eugenia BACON.

John
married: 1898 Lilly MERRITT.

Andrew
married: 1909 Jane Lyall RATTRAY.

John Henry
married: 1910 May Millicent Lydia PHILLIPS.

Henry Edward
married: 1918 Beatrice HOLMES.

Henry Francis Reuben
married: 1919 Bertha WISE.

PETT (females)

Harriet
married: 1854 Alfred NEWNHAM.

Pheabe
married: 1859 Christopher GAMBIER.

Mary
married: 1863 Benjamin HILL.

Emma
married: 1864 John PROCTOR.

Jane
married: 1867 John WALKER.

Mary Ann
married: 1870 Alexander MCNEILL.

Emma
married: 1878 Alfred PETT.

Ellen Garland
married: 1881 Stephen Orrace DADSWELL.

Helen Violette
married: 1881 William Augustine BUSST.

Emily Elizabeth
married: 1889 Herbert REA.

Beatrice Victoria
married: 1891 James KERR.

Charlotte Gibbons
married: 1892 Josiah VINEY.

Grace Marion
married: 1893 Charles VINEY.

Annie Winifred
married: 1894 William Llewellyn LEWIS.

Alice Pateman
married: 1898 William Frederick Wicher SMITH.

Catherine Mary
married: 1899 James MAY.

Eileen
married: 1920 Walter Garner LONIE.

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


JN 60491

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on 2014-09-08 21:51:12

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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Journals are intended to assist new members locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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