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STRONGMAN marriages 1870-1920 Victoria Australia

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STRONGMAN marriages 1870-1920 Victoria Australia.


married: 1870 Mary TERRY.

John William
married: 1877 Roseina Martha CHERRINGTON.

John Martin
married: 1882 Sarah Ann BIRTCHNELL.

Alfred Martin
married: 1882 Jane Emily ROGERS.

William Henry
married: 1882 Jocobena Johnson REID.

Arthur Thomas
married: 1886 Georgina REID.

Alfred Charles
married: 1888 Fanny ONEIL.

Nicholas John
married: 1888 Edwina Louise TAYLOR.

married: 1894 Emil Johan WERNER.

Arthur Thomas
married: 1894 Florence May JONES.

Leslie Albert Victor
married: 1902 Lillian May BOWTELL.

married: 1904 Mary Georgina KELLY.

David Henry
married: 1911 Edith SOMERSALL.

married: 1912 Francis Elizabeth DONOVAN.

George William
married: 1913 Amy Lavinia Jane CLEMMENS.

Walter Alexander
married: 1913 Jessie HOLLOWAY.

Lionel Henry Albert
married: 1916 Bertha PERDISAT.

Charles Stanley
married: 1920 Alice OLDHAM.

William Ashworth
married: 1920 Evelyn May DOBELL.

STRONGMAN (females)

Mary Louisa
married: 1882 Ebenezer STEGGALL.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1888 Richard UREN.

Emma Agnes
married: 1889 Nicholas TALLACK.

married: 1890 Alfred Joseph HEAD.

Mary Louisa
married: 1896 Thomas Herbert REYNOLDS.

Jacobena Johnson
married: 1899 William Henry WATKINS.

Mabel Beatrice Rose
married: 1900 Thomas PHILLIPS.

Victoria Lily Grace
married: 1901 francis Joseph JONES.

Milicent Ida
married: 1902 Edward Arthur LUFF.

Florence Elsie Martha
married: 1906 John William NOAKE.

Henrietta May
married: 1910 John George NAISMITH.

Daisy Lillian
married: 1912 Horace Frederick BABBAGE.

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

JN 39182

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on 2011-08-24 15:11:33

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