WAGHORN marriages (females) 1854-1940 Victoria Australia
WAGHORN marriages (females) 1854-1940 Victoria Australia.
married: 1854 John PARKE.
married: 1860 Henry SMEATON.
married: 1863 John Robert HARRISON.
Mary Susan Ellen
married: 1877 James SMITH.
married: 1878 David WINGAD.
married: 1881 John STORKEY.
married: 1885 Edward ALLISON.
married: 1888 David WILLIAMS.
married: 1894 Alfred WHYBROW.
Elizabeth Mary Louisa
married: 1895 John William STEVENS.
Minnie Belinda Adelia
married: 1895 Colville Oblair Graham MELROSE.
married: 1895 John FITZSIMMONS.
married: 1896 James STONE.
married: 1898 Harry BILTRIS.
married: 1899 Joseph John BARR.
married: 1901 Robert Palon BRYCE.
married: 1902 William DIKE.
married: 1903 Charles Oscar ROBINSON.
married: 1904 Henry POULTER.
married: 1906 Arthur Herbert RANDLE.
married: 1909 John Ivor HOPCROFT.
married: 1910 Frederick William SHAKESPEARE.
married: 1911 James Leslie BROWN.
married: 1911 William THORNHILL.
married: 1914 Herbert WILSON.
married: 1915 William John Alexander WATT.
married: 1915 Valentine William Arthur BROWN.
married: 1915 Harry SYMS.
married: 1918 John STEELE.
married: 1919 Thomas Arthur TIPPETT.
married: 1919 John Middleton JEFFERY.
married: 1921 Alfred Daniel Ernest WILTSHIRE.
married: 1922 Albert Edward JONES.
married: 1925 Norman Leslie CROCKER.
married: 1925 Arthur Charles WALTON.
married: 1928 Edward William WIGGETT.
married: 1931 Joseph Edward WATKINS.
married: 1934 Thomas Mulvaney SMITH.
Nellie Louisa Emily
married: 1935 William James WAUGH.
Winifred Garland May
married: 1936 Francis Anderson GRAHAM.
married: 1940 Herbert STIRRUP.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the WAGHORN lines.
on 2015-01-25 03:21:03
tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
Journals are intended to assist new members locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected or advised.