SKINNER marriages (females) 1887-1900 Victoria Australia
SKINNER marriages 1887-1900 Victoria Australia.
Married: 1887 James Lyall DONALDSON.
Married: 1887 George Edwin HATTON.
Married: 1887 Charles ROBINSON.
Married: 1887 William COOK.
Married: 1888 Richard John SHELTON.
Married: 1889 Edward VINGE.
Married: 1890 Francis Whaley FULFORD.
Married: 1890 Edward Maskel COX.
Married: 1890 George Henry TINKHAM.
Married: 1891 John George DUDGEON.
Married: 1891 John James OAKLEY.
Married: 1892 Gustav HENRIKSEN.
Married: 1892 Albert Edward SMITH.
Married: 1893 Arthur Edward ALBISTON.
Married: 1894 Edmund Hugh Shipley BUCKLAND.
Married: 1894 Charles CONQUEST.
Married: 1894 John Nicol CLARK.
Married: 1895 Peter Charles BOUKER.
Married: 1895 James Joseph CONDON.
Married: 1895 Thomas WARD.
Married: 1896 Benjamin John Frederick BEAVOR.
Married: 1896 Edward STEWART.
Married: 1896 James DENHAM.
Married: 1897 William WARD.
Married: 1897 Charles DAMYON.
Married: 1898 Andrew John Joseph MILLS.
Married: 1898 John William MARTIN.
Married: 1898 David Lowe HOWE.
Married: 1899 Frank Charles HEMMING.
Married: 1899 Andrew WHITE.
Married: 1899 Robert PARRIS.
Married: 1899 Peter PATERSON.
Mary Ann Elizabeth
Married: 1899 Edward James Patrick MILLS.
Married: 1900 Andrew Thomas Lawson CLARK.
Married: 1900 Richard Eustace ANDREWS.
Married: 1900 Ernest William GILLARD.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the SKINNER lines.
SKINNER marriages (females) 1851-1869 Victoria Australia
SKINNER marriages (females) 1870-1886 Victoria Australia
SKINNER marriages (males) 1843-1874 Victoria Australia
SKINNER marriages (males) 1875-1887 Victoria Australia
SKINNER marriages (males) 1888-1900 Victoria Australia
on 2014-09-14 04:03:33
tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
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