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WEATHERALL marriages 1859-1942 Victoria Australia

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WEATHERALL marriages 1859-1942 Victoria Australia.


married: 1859 Bridget MCKIVIER.

married: 1870 Elizabeth Jamiesen MITCHELL.

married: 1871 Emily Annie DENNETT.

married: 1893 Margaret WATSON.

Ernest Albert
married: 1901 Genella ROSENGREEN.

married: 1903 Stella SALT.

married: 1905 Euphemia Maud LE FEVRE.

married: 1910 Maud Mary WILSON.

married: 1913 Martha CULLEY.

Thomas Mitchell
married: 1915 Gertrude BOOTH.

Albert Edward
married: 1928 Myrtle Vera MCGINTY.

Arthur Henry
married: 1939 Edith Maud WHITE.

Haran Robert
married: 1940 Edna Cavell MCDONALD.

Albert Arthur
married: 1941 Thora May CARROLAN.

William Henry
married: 1942 Florence Isabelle PRIEST.

WEATHERALL (females)

married: 1892 William TIESLER.

Elizabeth Jane Frances
married: 1898 Daniel BURKE.

Mary Hellen
married: 1900 James Beth WILLIS.

married: 1909 William Joseph WILSON.

Frances Mary
married: 1923 James Thomas LABDON.

married: 1925 Richard ADAMS.

Stella Maud
married: 1932 John Laurence Clive MORTIMER.

Lucinda Maud
married: 1934 Leslie Herbert BULLEN.

Nancy May
married: 1935 Gordon William ELLIOTT.

married: 1936 Rupert Charles ADAMS.

Mary Cecilia
married: 1940 Herbert Leslie NATHAN.

married: 1940 Frederick Young WALKER.

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

JN 61830

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