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SMART marriages (females) 1883-1898 Victoria Australia

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SMART marriages (females) 1883-1898 Victoria Australia.

SMART (females)

married: 1883 Henry SMART.

married: 1883 Robert HASTIE.

married: 1884 Joseph JEFFERS.

Ellen Ida
married: 1885 William Joshua BIRD.

married: 1885 Ralph Henry CARR.

Grace Sutherland
married: 1886 Charles PETERSON.

married: 1887 Josiah JACKA.

Mary Ann Parkinson
married: 1888 John Muir ANDERSON.

married: 1888 Henry TATCHELL.

married: 1888 Henry MEDEW.

Lilias Redpath
married: 1888 Thomas Hewett HOY.

married: 1889 William Henry JACKA.

Eleanor Leah
married: 1890 Edwin Channing HARVIE.

married: 1890 George Henry SPENCER.

Dorothy Frances
married: 1891 Armstrong WATT.

Mary Garrick
married: 1891 John Wilfred PRESCOTT.

Rosa Annie
married: 1891 Alfred DRINKWATER.

married: 1891 William GIFFORD.

married: 1891 James DON.

married: 1892 Charles Stuart NOTT.

Teresa Mary
married: 1892 Charles Frederick WATSON.

Euphemia Henderson
married: 1893 Martin Malcolm RAVEN.

Isabella Miller
married: 1894 Alfred Ernest COLLIS.

Euphemia Paul
married: 1895 George Charles William EMERSON.

Mary Winifred
married: 1895 Frederick John BURNS.

Charlotte Catherine
married: 1896 David HAMILTON.

Florence May
married: 1896 Louis Samuel JACOBSON.

married: 1897 Johan Joseph BORCHARDT.

Emma Harriet
married: 1897 Samuel BARROW.

Selina Emily
married: 1897 William NICHOLSON.

Constance Emma
married: 1898 Patrick Francis BURNS.

Lydia Rachel
married: 1898 Martin ORD.

married: 1898 Gustarres Adolphus RISSTROM.

Maud Magdaline
married: 1898 George Ernest COATES.

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

JN 54378

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