WEAVER marriages 1931-1942 Victoria Australia
WEAVER marriages 1931-1942 Victoria Australia.
Married: Beryl Margaret Isobel DONNELLAN 1932.
Married: Gwendoline Harriet FINDLAY 1933.
Married: Nancy Mary WOOD 1934.
Married: Kathleen Martha JAMES 1934.
Married: Mira Anastasia SCANLON 1934.
Married: Rose Martha MULLER 1935.
Married: Freda Mary SWAN 1935.
Married: Mary POWER 1935.
Married: Isabel Amelia AARONS 1936.
Married: Hilda Ruth CROCKER 1937.
Married: Thelma Blanche MILLS 1938.
Married: Nancy Julia GLOVER 1940.
Married: Phyllis Carmen MCPHAN 1940.
Married: Olive May ARMOUR 1941.
Married: Helena Emile TANNER 1941.
Married: Helen Elizabeth MURPHY 1941.
Married: Hilda Maud HARROWFIELD 1941.
Married: Lyndsay Victoria WILLIAMS 1941.
Married: Stella Blanche HENRY 1941.
Married: Phyllis Sarah Vida BURTON 1941.
Married: Annie Gwen ARMSTRONG 1942.
Married: Jean Rita VICKERY 1942.
Married: Margaret Heather MILLAR 1942.
Married: John Sinnott MILLS 1933.
Married: Leslie Alfred MAGEE 1933.
Married: Alfred John NICHOLLS 1934.
Doris Irene Maynard Patterson
Married: Ronald Thomas KING 1935.
Married: John Standish HOPE 1935.
Married: Charles MCDEVITT 1937.
Married: Robert James PALMBY 1937.
Married: Herbert Ralph LANYON 1938.
Married: William James JONES 1940.
Dorothy Florence Elizabeth
Married: Olaf KNUDSEN 1940.
Married: Samuel Charles ROSS 1940.
Married: Robert Browning PINCHBECK 1941.
Married: John Moore KIRWIN 1941.
Married: James Robson MCCULLOCH 1941.
Married: John Rosel ROSCOW 1941.
Married: George Frederick LEONARD 1942.
Married: James Gordon JOHNSTON 1942.
Married: Vincent Ernest ANSTEE 1942.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the WEAVER lines.
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tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
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