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BALLANTYNE marriages 1854-1884 Victoria Australia

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BALLANTYNE marriages 1854-1884 Victoria Australia.

BALLANTYNE (males)

Hamilton
married: 1854 Elizabeth MCLAREN.

William
married: 1854 Mary MCNEIL.

James
married: 1855 Mary Anne BRODERICK.

John
married: 1856 Jessie MACKIE.

James
married: 1857 Jane OFFICER.

James
married: 1868 Agnes CLAPPERTON.

John
married: 1873 Eleanor Geraldine WRIGHT.

James Lindsay
married: 1873 Henrietta Augusta HEISE.

Hugh John
married: 1875 Jane Louise SANDERSON.

James
married: 1879 Charlotte GUNSTON.

Henry
married: 1882 Mary Jane ROWE.

Walter
married: 1883 Andelina MORHAM.

John
married: 1884 Isabella ARNOLD.

Thomas Brown
married: 1884 Elizabeth Jane KELLY.

Alexander
married: 1884 Matilda MARSDEN.

William
married: 1884 Rose FITZSIMONS.

Edward
married: 1884 Margaret CORRY.

BALLANTYNE (females)

Margaret
married: 1855 John BURKE.

Janet
married: 1857 James Dickson RUSSELL.

Elisabeth Turnbull
married: 1861 George LAWSON.

Bridget
married: 1871 Benjamin WHITE.

Jessie Davina
married: 1873 Alexander MCVEAU.

Ann
married: 1874 George MACLAURIN.

Mary
married: 1874 Patrick MCALISTER.

Eleanor Geraldine
married: 1877 Patrick James MATTHEWS.

Maggie
married: 1880 John Martin OSHANNASSY.

Martha
married: 1881 William Henry HALE.

Bridget Agnes
married: 1881 James MULVAHIL.

Annie
married: 1882 Frederick HENCH.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 William STEWART.

Jane
married: 1883 William BELCHER.

Ellen
married: 1883 Edward DWYER.

Emily
married: 1884 William ALLAN.

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

JN 33761

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on 2011-06-02 05:55:48

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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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected.
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