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SPOONER marriages 1851-1888 Victoria Australia

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SPOONER marriages 1851-1888 Victoria Australia.

SPOONER (males)

married: 1851 Dorothea MORRIS.

George Edward
married: 1861 Emma Augusta WILLIAMS.

Thomas Clinton
married: 1863 Emma BROADHEAD.

married: 1863 Mary SMITH.

married: 1864 Agnes WILSON.

John Henery
married: 1874 Mary COXON.

married: 1875 Emily GARDNER.

married: 1878 Sarah Charlotte CROSS.

William Wilberforce
married: 1880 Emma Mills BROMFIELD.

Alfred James
married: 1880 Mary Ann KING.

William Matthew
married: 1882 Jemima WHITTINGSLOW.

married: 1886 Emma Elizabeth MARRS.

John Richard
married: 1886 Ellen Margaret LANE.

married: 1887 Martha Fanny ROSS.

William Mason
married: 1888 Emily ANDERSON.

George Frederick Percy
married: 1888 Annie Elizabeth TODD.

Edward Mason
married: 1888 Rebecca Sarah DODD.

SPOONER (females)

Margaret Eleanor
married: 1855 Jeremiah LANE.

Ann Elizabeth
married: 1855 Thomas COPLEY.

Mary Ann
married: 1863 Alfred Thomas ROBOTTOM.

married: 1866 William James EBDALE.

Barbara Jenison Morriss
married: 1872 Jacob Francis PRICE.

Elizabeth Catherine Maria
married: 1878 Thomas HARDING.

Sarah Agnes
married: 1881 John Patrick FELTHAM.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1882 John GIBSON.

Martha Elizabeth
married: 1883 Joseph CRANWELL.

Dora Ann
married: 1883 Oliver Goldsmith GREEN.

married: 1887 Peter Martin HANSEN.

married: 1887 Thomas Charles VILLIERS.

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

JN 39172

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on 2011-08-24 06:58:31

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