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RUSHBROOK marriages 1851-1942 Victoria Australia

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RUSHBROOK marriages 1851-1942 Victoria Australia.


married: 1851 Frances WRAY.

married: 1869 Caroline BARNES.

married: 1876 Emily WRAY.

married: 1885 Annie LEE.

married: 1889 Mary Jane MENTHA.

Albert John
married: 1891 Helen Sarah DUTHIE.

Francis Henry
married: 1892 Mabel PERRIN.

Richard Samuel
married: 1906 Catherine STRANGE.

Edward Benjamin
married: 1920 Myra Louise LUPLAU.

Albert Vincent
married: 1922 Clara Florence Hardy PAINE.

William Byrgrove
married: 1926 Elizabeth Frear SIMKIN.

Richard Harold
married: 1927 Willmot Rosabel SMITH.

Kenneth Malcolm
married: 1931 Marjory Nellie FINNIN.

married: 1933 Alice Ellen JOHNSON.

Frank Richard
married: 1934 Liln Mary CHANDLER.

Alwyn Edgar
married: 1935 Elizabeth Lenchen RICHARDSON.

Hector Joseph
married: 1936 Lorna Winifred RANKIN.

Stanley Victor
married: 1936 Mary Lylia MEIKLE.

Walter Edward Richard
married: 1938 Ellen Mary LAMBDEN.

RUSHBROOK (females)

married: 1858 Richard Clarke SEWELL.

Frances Sarah
married: 1874 Richard King HOPKINSON.

married: 1875 Samuel Broadbent DICKINSIN.

Helena Emma
married: 1878 James Francis CRANE.

Martha Annie
married: 1889 Joseph Lloyd CABENA.

Alma rebecca
married: 1915 James LECKEY.

Lily May
married: 1917 John Stanley FRANCIS.

married: 1922 Herbert William COUGHLAN.

Dorothy Marion
married: 1925 William Howard WILSON.

Caroline Margaret
married: 1926 Edward John EATON.

married: 1932 James Hewitt JARDINE.

Eila Frances
married: 1933 Frederick Percival EDWARDS.

Edith Elizabeth
married: 1935 Allan George HILL.

Jean Caroline
married: 1941 Stanley George SYMES.

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

JN 21723

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