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AKERS marriages 1852-1906 Victoria Australia

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AKERS marriages 1852-1906 Victoria Australia.

AKERS (males)


Henry
married: 1852 Thomasine CORMISH.

Alfred
married: 1860 Martha Mary SKINNER.

William
married: 1861 Philomena Theresa GOODMAN.

Thomas
married: 1873 Mary Ann WORTHY.

John Thomas
married: 1880 Maria Agnes SHARP.

Benjamin
married: 1881 Catherine BERRY.

Henry
married: 1884 Mary Anne JAMES.

Arthur
married: 1884 Rebecca EATON.

George
married: 1884 Catherine LOW.

Zachariah
married: 1885 Annie WILLIAMS.

William Thomas
married: 1885 Emily Susan HARFORD.

Albert
married: 1888 Elleanor Rebecca WILLIAMS.

Alfred
married: 1889 Mary Ellen WILLIAMS.

Thomas
married: 1890 Emma Eliza AKERS.

William
married: 1890 Rachel carol HANCOCK.

Arthur
married: 1891 Mary Jane WALL.

Robert
married: 1893 Elizabeth Emma HOPPNER.

David
married: 1903 Catherine BYRNE.

AKERS (females)

Elizabeth
married: 1857 William John Col FEDARB.

Sophia
married: 1869 Henry DEAN.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1872 Samuel EDWARDS.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 Robert ROGERS.

Margaret
married: 1876 Martin PRIEST.

Mary Ann
married: 1876 James Howie PATTERSON.

Selina
married: 1882 Richard DUKE.

Emma Elizabeth
married: 1890 Thomas AKERS.

Maria Agnes
married: 1890 John Richard BOWLES.

Mary Ann
married: 1892 Samuel MILLER.

Eliza
married: 1893 Richard WILLIAMS.

Rose
married: 1898 Thomas John WILLIAMS.

Rachel Maud
married: 1906 John HAMDEN.

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

JN 32854

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on 2011-05-16 12:42:35

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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