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VERCO marriages (males) 1866-1915 South Australia

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VERCO marriages 1866-1915 South Australia.


William James
married: 1866 Elizabeth Margaret ROGERS.

married: 1873 Anne BATES.

married: 1875 Rebecca ARMOUR.

Thomas Benjamin
married: 1875 Alice ARMOUR.

married: 1876 Caroline Blissett WEBB.

married: 1878 Margaret Ellen Lavinia DAY.

married: 1893 Elizabeth NICHOLLS.

Frederick William Herbert
married: 1896 Lucy Maud MORPHETT.

William Alfred
married: 1896 Agnes May PORTER.

Frank Amos
married: 1900 Jessie Constance VERCO.

William Henry
married: 1903 Mary Maria DAVEY.

Sydney Manton
married: 1904 Alice Marie Gladys EVERHARD.

Arthur Albert
married: 1904 Florence Jane LINKE.

Albert Ernest
married: 1905 Agnes May GUTHRIE.

Lewis Herbert
married: 1905 Nellie BLAKE.

Charles Edwin
married: 1909 Joseph Saxe MACKIE.

Reginald John
married: 1909 Phoebe Frances HAWKES.

Frederick Ernest
married: 1909 Elizabeth Millicent PITMAN.

married: 1910 Sarah Jane WEBB.

Joseph Cooke
married: 1911 Mary Isabella MILLS.

Cyril Edward
married: 1912 Maud FRITSCHE.

Frederick William Herbert
married: 1913 Holly Winnifred MORPHETT.

Edwin Percy
married: 1914 Bertha Marion RUDD.

Cecil Milton
married: 1914 Lucy AUSTIN.

Lyndhurst Regnold
married: 1915 Lilian Maude ANDREW.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the VERCO lines.

JN 43740

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