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PROSSER marriages (females) 1881-1900 Victoria Australia

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PROSSER marriages 1881-1900 Victoria Australia.


Matilda Kate
married: 1882 Daniel MCGUINESS.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 Frederick SCHARNESS.

Mary Ann
married: 1883 Robert Nathaniel ROBINSON.

married: 1884 James MCKINLEY.

Isabel Louisa
married: 1886 Edward Charles THORNTON.

Rosina Eliza

married: 1886 Frederick Henry Love SMITH.

married: 1886 William Mccoy WILLIAMSON.

Esther Emma
married: 1888 Arthur Matthew SFOREINA.

Annie Elizabeth
married: 1888 Alexander Randell STEWART.

Esther Mary
married: 1888 James SCOTT.

married: 1889 Thomas David PHILLIPS.

Margaret Smith
married: 1889 David Henry PETRIE.

Amy Annie
married: 1890 Joseph ROGERS.

married: 1890 William Henry HEWISON.

Sarah Elizabeth
married: 1892 John DUNLOP.

Mary Jane
married: 1893 John Pryce PROSSER.

Catherine Elizabeth
married: 1894 William Henry BEDELL.

Edith Emily
married: 1894 Charles Stephen CARTHEW.

married: 1895 John William PEACE.

Ruth Mary Maine
married: 1895 Henry James TYSOE.

married: 1896 John Frederick LEWIS.

Annie Alice
married: 1898 Thomas Ernest PICKFORD.

married: 1898 Thomas Robert BUTTERWORTH.

married: 1899 William Henry GAVIN.

Emily Susan
married: 1899 Thomas Henry JAMES.

Lottie Isabel
married: 1899 Frederick Benjamin WATERS.

Ada Ellen
married: 1900 Vernon John PUZEY.

Ellen Aridia
married: 1900 John Snowdon BECK.

Mary Lavinia
married: 1900 Samuel HUCKERBY.

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

JN 40878

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