British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935

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References

    1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    2. He was 24 and she claimed to be 30 and a widow. On both British Columbian marriage records, her parent's names are given as Henry and Matilda Dyment.
      1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie (Primary)
      2. Bramblett, Joseph Noble (Primary)
    3. Bramblett, Joseph Noble
    1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    2. He was 24 and she claimed to be 30 and a widow. On both British Columbian marriage records, her parent's names are given as Henry and Matilda Dyment.
      1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie (Primary)
      2. Bramblett, Joseph Noble (Primary)
    3. Bramblett, Joseph Noble
    1. McDonald, Wallace Stewart
    2. Marriage, Family of McDonald, Wallace Stewart and Gardner Kingsley, Susannah
      1. McDonald, Wallace Stewart (Primary)
      2. Gardner Kingsley, Susannah (Primary)
    3. Gardner Kingsley, Susannah
    1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    1. Gardner Kingsley, Susannah
    1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    1. Bunn, Charles Andrew
    2. Henrietta (or Hattie Ellen) Baker claimed to be a widow in 1909 when she married Charles Andrew Bunn in Victoria, British Columbia. However, James Baker was still living in 1910, and gave his status as divorced in the census of that year.
      1. Bunn, Charles Andrew (Primary)
      2. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie (Primary)
    3. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    1. Bunn, Charles Andrew
    1. McDonald, Wallace Stewart
    1. Bunn, Charles Andrew
    1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    1. Bramblett, Joseph Noble
    1. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie
    1. Bramblett, Joseph Noble
    1. Bunn, Charles Andrew
    2. Henrietta (or Hattie Ellen) Baker claimed to be a widow in 1909 when she married Charles Andrew Bunn in Victoria, British Columbia. However, James Baker was still living in 1910, and gave his status as divorced in the census of that year.
      1. Bunn, Charles Andrew (Primary)
      2. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie (Primary)
    3. Dyment, Harriet Ellen Hattie