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PYE marriages (males) 1911-1930 Victoria Australia

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PYE marriages (males) 1911-1930 Victoria Australia.

PYE (males)

married: 1911 Ada Emily ADAMSON.

James Henry
married: 1911 Eva Emily Louisa GIBBS.

married: 1911 Linda MCDONALD.

William Wilkie
married: 1911 Evelyn Ada WILLIS.

John William
married: 1913 Margaret Elizabeth OCONNOR.

married: 1914 Beatrice May RICHARDSON.

Timothy William
married: 1916 Catherine CAIN.

married: 1917 Marian HILL.

married: 1918 Lilian Beatrice ROBERTSON.

Matthew Augustin
married: 1919 Olive Mary MILLS.

Eric Frances
married: 1920 Miriam UNSWORTH.

Reginald Thomas Seymour
married: 1920 Ruby Jane BOWDEN.

Vivian Thomas
married: 1920 Doris Vera BOURKE.

married: 1921 Ethel SLOW.

married: 1922 Gladys STEWART.

William Redfern
married: 1922 Olive Grace NILSON.

married: 1922 Dorothy Elizabeth SADLER.

Thomas Joseph
married: 1922 Olive BOOG.

Robert Vincent
married: 1923 Thelma Blanche MILLS.

Edward William
married: 1925 Elsie Martha WATT.

Oswald Edgar
married: 1926 Alma Louisa HAYES.

Clarence Edgar Leslie
married: 1926 Muriel CARTER.

married: 1926 Mary Josephine QUINLAN.

married: 1926 Alice SMALLHORN.

Henry Edward
married: 1927 Winifred Helena ODONNELL.

Arthur William
married: 1927 Beatrice May TURNER.

George Samuel
married: 1928 Phyllis May WILLEY.

Philip Lancelot Leslie
married: 1928 Ellen Elizabeth DAVIS.

married: 1929 Kate OCALLAGHAN.

Henry Edward
married: 1930 Nellie Catherine WOODHOUSE.

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

JN 62036

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