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PROSSER marriages (males) 1881-1900 Victoria Australia

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PROSSER marriages (males) 1881-1900 Victoria Australia.

PROSSER (males)

married: 1888 Mary MCINTOSH.

Charles John
married: 1883 Alice May HOPKINS.

married: 1884 Emma Florence WHITE.

John Robert
married: 1885 Emelie SCHLIEFF.

married: 1885 Annie Louisa BUTLER.

married: 1886 Mary Anne THOMAS.

George Alexander
married: 1887 Margaret Jane HERBERT.

married: 1888 Jane KENNEDY.

Arthur Albert
married: 1888 Sarah ALLAN.

married: 1891 Charlotte CALDECOAT.

Richard Henry
married: 1891 Ada Louisa REES.

John Percy
married: 1893 Mary Jane PROSSER.

Charles Henry
married: 1894 Eliza Jane BREDIN.

David Henry
married: 1894 Grace Rhoda JACK.

John Charles
married: 1894 Martha Alice RUTHERFORD.

William John
married: 1894 Elizabeth Amelia ARTHUR.

married: 1895 Jeanette JOHNSTON.

Thomas Henry
married: 1895 Sarah Emiline WEAVERS.

married: 1896 Louisa PROCTOR.

William Henry
married: 1896 Isabella Victoria JONES.

Charles John
married: 1897 Susan Ann PAULL.

David Benjamin
married: 1897 Margaret Alexandrina STEWART.

Percy Frederick
married: 1897 Isabella WILLIAMS.

William Richard
married: 1897 Ellen RUTLAND.

Arthur Llewelyn
married: 1898 Bertha JUDD.

William Ernest
married: 1898 Margaret Isabel DICKIE.

married: 1899 Emily RUTLAND.

Thomas Frederick
married: 1899 Esther DAVIS.

William Henry
married: 1899 Mary Catherine HEATH.

William Robert
married: 1900 Matilda LANE.

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

JN 40272

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