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BEARD marriages 1847-1871 Victoria Australia

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BEARD marriages 1847-1871 Victoria Australia.

BEARD (males)

James
married: 1847 Catherine CRAVEN.

George
married: 1848 Mary HARRIS.

Charles
married: 1852 Sarah Carol HARTLEY.

Charles
married: 1853 Margaret ROBERTSON.

James
married: 1853 Mary Amelia LINEHAN.

William
married: 1856 Margaret DIGIN.

Frederick George
married: 1860 Jane Mary TREBLE.

Thomas William
married: 1864 Marian PERCEY.

Frederick George
married: 1864 Britannia Jones PURCELL.

Charles
married: 1866 Catherine KING.

James
married: 1867 Anastasia FITZPATRICK.

Henry
married: 1868 Annie LYSAGHT.

Thomas
married: 1869 Winifred MAHER.

Charles
married: 1870 Sophia Eliza THOMAS.

William
married: 1870 Martha DICKMAN.

Albert
married: 1870 Ellen TWOMEY.

Thomas
married: 1871 Jane Josephine GILBERT.

BEARD (females)

Susan
married: 1850 Thomas RENNINSON.

Susannah Priscilla
married: 1850 John James LEAR.

Elizabeth
married: 1853 John Kay WIGHT.

Susan
married: 1856 William Henry OLDIS.

Eunice
married: 1858 John OSWIN.

Elizabeth
married: 1858 Jens NELSEL.

Charlotte
married: 1859 John DANIEL.

Jane
married: 1863 William James VINCENT.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1863 Thomas WELLS.

Jane
married: 1863 Samuel TRETHEWEY.

Emma
married: 1864 Thomas Gordon MCKILLOP.

Charlotte Mallow
married: 1866 Samuel CHANE.

Jane
married: 1866 James DUNSTAN.

Mary
married: 1866 Frederick SPEED.

Mary Jane
married: 1867 John JONES.

Isabella
married: 1867 Frederick POPPLE.

Mary Ann
married: 1868 Edward John BARTLETT.

Madeline Kezziah
married: 1868 George HILL.

Anne
married: 1871 James Lawrie GENTLES.

Elizabether
married: 1871 Richard JENKINS.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1871 James TAYLOR.

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

JN 28992

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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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