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BEAL marriages 1852-1893 Victoria Australia

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BEAL marriages 1852-1893 Victoria Australia.

BEAL (males)

Henry John
married: 1852 Elizabeth CHRISTIE.

married: 1855 Amy MURCH.

married: 1858 Maria Jane GOODWIN.

Thomas Henry
married: 1861 Jane HENNESSY.

married: 1862 Elizabeth LAWSON.

married: 1862 Sarah SMART.

Alfred Kirkwood
married: 1867 Margaret LESLIE.

married: 1872 Elizabeth HEAPS.

John Dean
married: 1873 Sarah Ann JEPHSON.

William George
married: 1875 Christina Eliza HAMILTON.

married: 1878 Rubena ORR.

Thomas Perry
married: 1879 Mary Ann CORNISH.

Joseph James
married: 1879 Anne HARRIS.

Frederick William
married: 1883 Louisa FOY.

Joseph Frederick Sidney
married: 1887 Rosina Katherine LADD.

Charles Edward
married: 1889 Eliza GIST.

George William
married: 1889 Elizabeth Henrietta PUND.

married: 1890 Elizabeth WILLEY.

married: 1892 Christina BIGGS.

married: 1892 Mary Louisa TOWNROW.

BEAL (females)

married: 1855 Prosper Nicholas TREBACK.

Eliza Jane
married: 1867 George MOUNSEY.

Maria Ann
married: 1868 John GRIFFITHS.

Lucy Emily
married: 1873 John Forbes MCALPINE.

married: 1875 Matthew Hugh KEMP.

married: 1880 Robert George JONES.

married: 1881 James SINGLETON.

Eleanor Amy
married: 1886 Alexander THOMPSON.

Martha Ann
married: 1887 Walter Downes NICHOLLS.

Clara Jane
married: 1888 John William CRISP.

Carol Adelaide
married: 1890 John ADAMS.

Alice Jane
married: 1891 John BROSMAN.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1893 Francis Albert SMITH.

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

JN 58267

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on 2014-02-02 17:33:23

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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