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TREWEEK marriages 1856-1910 Victoria Australia

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TREWEEK marriages 1856-1910 Victoria Australia.

TREWEEK (males)


John
married: 1856 Elizabeth FLANNING.

Walter
married: 1862 Emily Jane WHITBURN.

Francis
married: 1871 Elizabeth ROSEWALL.

William Henry
married: 1871 Anna Maria WHITFORD.

Joseph
married: 1875 Jane ALLEN.

Joseph
married: 1881 Emma Jane STEPHENS.

Nicholas John
married: 1881 Mary Jane WALLIS.

Joseph William
married: 1882 Mary TULK.

Benjamin
married: 1887 Mary ROBINSON.

Nicholas
married: 1888 Margaret Jane DAVIDSON.

Joseph Stephen
married: 1891 Agnes Montgomery MCLEAN.

Edmund John
married: 1892 Elizabeth GULLOCK.

James
married: 1896 Annie Louise BURSTON.

Alfred
married: 1899 Mary Ann BRADY.

Joseph Henry
married: 1905 Mabel Zelig Alice Maude BURSTON.

William Thomas
married: 1908 May MIDDLETON.

John
married: 1909 Beatrice ARCHER.

John William
married: 1909 Annie MCVEIGH.

TREWEEK (females)

Sophia Anne
married: 1858 John Henry HOLMAN.

Harriet Ann
married: 1863 John HUTCHENS.

Emily
married: 1871 John ANDREW.

Emma Revel
married: 1873 Thomas Isaac NORRIS.

Eliza
married: 1875 Isaac ROBINSON.

Elizabeth Grace
married: 1883 George William CLARKE.

Amelia
married: 1886 Arthur Guildford WALLACE.

Laura
married: 1891 Frederick William HALLS.

Angeline
married: 1895 Clarence ADENEY.

Mary
married: 1895 Hudson SCOTT.

Emily Jane
married: 1903 Alfred Bendell OSBORNE.

Mabel beatrice Emily
married: 1906 Alfred Ernest BENNETT.

Elsie Louise
married: 1910 Frederick Redmond COLLUR.

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

JN 60165

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