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BEER marriages 1850-1879 Victoria Australia

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BEER marriages 1850-1879 Victoria Australia.

BEER (males)


Jacob
married: 1850 Jannette Vearing APPLETON.

Joseph
married: 1854 Mary Jane WARNE.

John
married: 1855 Ann Elizabeth WINKFIELD.

Charles
married: 1855 Elizabeth Ann BROWNE.

Henry
married: 1856 Bridget LYNCH.

Joham Amandus Er
married: 1862 Josephine Doroth MEYER.

James
married: 1864 Mary ROUSE.

John Samuel
married: 1869 Maria Jane MILLS.

William
married: 1869 Margaret KENNEDY.

Christian Wilhelm Gustav
married: 1869 Emma GLOVER.

John Grant
married: 1871 Julia MCDONNELL.

John Henry
married: 1872 Margaret Colter PEARSON.

Charles Edward
married: 1873 Mary Ann STEANE.

Richard
married: 1876 Rebecca FRANCIS.

Charles
married: 1876 Margaret MADDEN.

William
married: 1876 Bridget WARD.

William Highet
married: 1878 Emma DUCKWORTH.

BEER (females)

Susannah
married: 1853 Charles EASTON.

Ernstine
married: 1855 Wilhelm MEYER.

Sarah Ann
married: 1858 Duncan CAMPBELL.

Sarah
married: 1863 Thomas Brattle AUSTEN.

Emma
married: 1866 William WHITE.

Emma
married: 1866 William Henry SCOTT.

Bertha Emma Caroline
married: 1867 Henry Augustus SMARTT.

Emily
married: 1867 William THOMAS.

Charlotte
married: 1869 William Usher REAVLEY.

Hellen
married: 1872 John Henry TIMMINS.

Martha Mary
married: 1873 Henry Benjamin KOENIG.

Mary Ann
married: 1873 Henry SMITH.

Lucy Follett
married: 1875 Carl LEMKE.

Elizabeth Michell
married: 1875 Benjamin HOBSON.

Emelyn
married: 1877 Harry HANSLOW.

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

JN 46447

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on 2012-03-02 18:55:59

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.
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