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BAXTER marriages (males) 1840-1870 Victoria Australia

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BAXTER marriages (males) 1840-1870 Victoria Australia.

BAXTER (males)


Benjamin
married: 1840 Martha AINSCON.

Robert
married: 1841 Jane DANNYHURST.

John
married: 1843 Judith KELLY.

Henry
married: 1845 Mary CONNAIR.

William
married: 1849 Ellen JENKINS.

Charles
married: 1849 Lorina ABBOTT.

Andrew
married: 1852 Elizabeth PARKER.

John
married: 1853 Celia EDWARDS.

George William
married: 1854 Mary MCNEIL.

Samuel
married: 1854 Mary LOUGHNAN.

Robert
married: 1855 Charlotte WRIGHT.

John
married: 1856 Ellenor OREILY.

Hector
married: 1858 Eliza Nedrick ROBERTSON.

William
married: 1860 Catherine MCLANY.

David
married: 1861 Mary SCOTT.

Patrick Duncan
married: 1861 Jane BARNES.

James
married: 1862 Sarah BOSELEY.

William
married: 1863 Mary Elizabeth RICHARDSON.

William Henry
married: 1863 Harriet Lovett WOODWARD.

James
married: 1864 Margaret Agnes PEACOCK.

Benjamin
married: 1864 Anastasia SLATTERY.

Archibald
married: 1864 Agnes MCDONALD.

William
married: 1865 Martha MOORHEAD.

Charles Ray
married: 1867 Mary Ann BISHOP.

Robert
married: 1868 Mary HORAN.

Benjamin
married: 1868 Sarah SPRIGGS.

Henry John
married: 1868 Caroline ROSCHOLAR.

Richard
married: 1869 Jessie Elizabeth CUNNINGHAM.

John Patrick
married: 1869 Elizabeth Lucy MILLINGTON.

John
married: 1869 Catherine NICOLSON.

David
married: 1869 Margaret MCEWAN.

James
married: 1870 Mary COTTON.

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

JN 42191

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on 2011-11-04 07:16:16

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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