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ANDREWS marriages (females) 1849-1865 Victoria Australia

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ANDREWS marriages (females) 1849-1865 Victoria Australia.

ANDREWS (females)


Ann
married: 1849 George MILLENWOOD.

Elizabeth
married: 1849 William Goulding FISHER.

Mary
married: 1850 James REEVES.

Elizabeth
married: 1850 John Clark HAMMOND.

Harriet Elizabeth
married: 1852 Henry WINTERBINE.

Susan
married: 1853 Alexander LOWSON.

Harriet Emily
married: 1854 Caleb Joshua JENNER.

Margaret
married: 1854 Francis Augustus DEEKENS.

Mary Anne
married: 1854 Joseph DIGBY.

Mary Ann
married: 1854 William George WATMORE.

Emma
married: 1854 Boswell Carnegie BLACK.

Ann
married: 1855 John CROSS.

Lucy
married: 1855 Robert COTTIER.

Barbara
married: 1855 Samuel KENT.

Jane
married: 1856 Thomas HUSBAND.

Esther
married: 1856 Benjamin William STOCKS.

Sally
married: 1857 benjamin BESANKO.

Amelia
married: 1857 William HORNE.

Fanny
married: 1857 John BROWN.

Henrietta Julia
married: 1857 Caleb Joshua JENNER.

Hannah
married: 1857 John Richard CUTTLE.

Mary Ann
married: 1858 Edward GIBSON.

Sarah
married: 1859 Augustus ASMUSSEN.

Sarah Jane
married: 1859 John William PASSMORE.

Mary Ann
married: 1859 William Bennetts PROUT.

Mary
married: 1859 Charles HAINES.

Mary Ann
married: 1860 William DAVIS.

Annie
married: 1862 Andrew ROBISON.

Elsepeth
married: 1863 George SPARK.

Tamzin Rowe
married: 1863 Charles John PATRICK.

Elizabeth
married: 1864 Joseph Josiah PAWSEY.

Rebecca
married: 1864 Edward FRANCIS.

Amelia
married: 1865 Jeremiah SMITH.

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

JN 44078

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on 2012-01-02 18:44:11

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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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