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BEATON marriages (females) 1842-1875 Victoria Australia

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BEATON marriages (females) 1842-1875 Victoria Australia.

BEATON (females)


Isabella
married: 1842 John PIKE.

Sarah
married: 1850 James WHITE.

Janet
married: 1851 George PROCTOR.

Agnes
married: 1852 William BARBER.

Anne
married: 1854 Angus MCLEAN.

Margaret
married: 1855 Henry HILLIAR.

Flora
married: 1856 Hector MCDONALD.

Marion
married: 1858 William TIPPING.

Jane Dinah
married: 1858 Thomas WRIGHT.

Margaret
married: 1859 Alexander SCOTT.

Elizabeth
married: 1859 Henry A CHARNIER.

Anne
married: 1860 Francis George SAUNDERSON.

Anne Jane
married: 1860 John Charles BOWMAN.

Mary
married: 1861 Alfred PALMER.

Joanna
married: 1861 Andrew HOY.

Mary
married 1861 William WHYTE.

Annie
married: 1862 Alexander MCKENZIE.

Mary
married: 1863 Peter CURRIE.

Helen
married: 1864 William SULLIVAN.

Mary Ann
married: 1864 Thomas GREEN.

Mary
married: 1864 Charles Templeton BUNNETT.

Margaret
married: 1866 William BARKER.

Christina
married: 1866 James SHAW.
See Post: SHAW James married Christina BEATON 1866

Euphemia
married: 1867 Donald CAMPBELL.

Mary Ann
married: 1867 Benjamin Clarkson POSTILL.

Mary
married: 1867 Thomas CLOHESY.

Margery
married: 1869 Hector MCPHERSON.

Jean
married: 1869 James GASKILL.

Mary
married: 1869 Donald Munro MCLENNAN.

Christina
married: 1870 Adam Lawson CLARK.

Annie
married: 1873 Gustav HOFER.

Catherine
married: 1873 Daniel OSBORNE.

Annie
married: 1874 James DURIE.

Elizabeth
married: 1875 William Arthur George EVANCE.

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

JN 61621

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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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