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ABBOTT marriages (males) 1845-1882 South Australia

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ABBOTT marriages (males) 1845-1882 South Australia.

ABBOTT (males)


William
married: 1845 Elizabeth BROWN.

William
married: 1851 Elizabeth SUTTON.

Charles
married: 1852 Catherine CONWAY.

Samuel
married: 1853 Euphemia WILSON.

Robert Bilney
married: 1853 Fanny Elizabeth LOCKYER.

Thomas Augustus
married: 1853 Maria Matilda FELTUS.

Daniel
married: 1854 Elizabeth BERRES.

Giles
married: 1855 Elizabeth Hannah ABBOTT.

Joseph
married: 1856 Elizabeth AUGHEY.

Thomas
married: 1856 Charlotte WALPOLE.

Matthew
married: 1861 Harriet Ann YELLAND.

Joseph
married: 1864 Rosina SUPPLE.

Absalom
married: 1864 Lavinia NORRIS.

William
married: 1864 Caroline THORNE.

Jacob
married: 1865 Lucy Ann LUSH.

James
married: 1866 Lavinia SPARNON.

John James
married: 1867 Emma BUTLER.

Frederick
married: 1867 Sarah Susanna BATES.

Mathew
married: 1868 Elizabeth WRIGHT.

William Henry
married: 1870 Grace Amelia LUNN.

Matthias
married: 1870 Emily TOWNSEND.

Joseph Andrew
married: 1872 Fanny GIBBS.

Alfred George
married: 1873 Kate LAWRENCE.

Alfred
married: 1874 Mary MILLER.

Benjamin
married: 1876 Margaret GALLAGHER.

Jacob
married: 1877 Eliza BUNGEY.

Thomas James
married: 1880 Lydia ROUSE.

Henry Giles
married: 1880 Emily ELLIS.

David
married: 1881 Annie DUNKLEY.

Francis James
married: 1881 Susan WYATT.

Edwin Howard
married: 1882 Eliza LEAVER.

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

JN 44708

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on 2012-01-22 04:16:00

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Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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