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BLACKWOOD marriages 1847-1887 Victoria Australia

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BLACKWOOD marriages 1847-1887 Victoria Australia.

BLACKWOOD (males)


William
married: 1847 Maria DICKMAN.

Thomas
married: 1857 Elizabeth HANSON.

Richard
married: 1869 Isabella OFFICER.

William
married: 1861 Fanny POOR.

John
married: 1864 Jane TAIT.

Robert
married: 1864 May LEYS.

Francis Henry
married: 1869 Clara Charlotte MARK.

William
married: 1872 Amelia Margurite CARTER.

Isaac
married: 1873 Susan SIMKIN.

Robert
married: 1878 Jane FERRELL.

John Hutchison
married: 1878 Eleanor Macdonnell MORGAN.

John
married: 1880 Mary Ann CADD.

John
married: 1882 Margaret Thompson PIGDON.

William
married: 1883 Louisa Jane PLUMMER.

James
married: 1885 Mary BLACK.

James Alexander
married: 1885 Mary Louisa COLMAR.

William Alexander
married: 1885 Elizabeth Agnes PARROTT.

Arthur Ranken
married: 1885 Mary Constance CUNNINGHAM.

John
married: Elizabeth PUGDON.

BLACKWOOD (females)

Isabella
married: 1859 George CAIRNS.

Isabella
married: 1865 Thomas CAMPBELL.

Margaret
married: 1866 Thomas ANDERSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1867 William Henry COX.

Ellen Earno
married: 1867 Henry Weston JAMES.

Mary Gibson
married: 1871 Henry FOREMAN.

Caroline Mary
married: 1872 John William RUSSELL.

Elizabeth Adam
married: 1872 James Allan BARRIE 1872.

Christina
married: 1875 William Alfred CECIL.

Alice
married: 1877 Ah SIN.

Helen Chalmers
married: 1881 Allar Alexander BUCHANAN.

Rachel
married: 1882 Henry BROWN.

Annie Cameron
married: 1883 Edward Henry LARRAD.

Mary Jane
married: 1885 John WILSON.

Mary
married: 1885 Thomas Alexander GRANT.

Anna
married: 1887 Peter WILSON.

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

Updated 30 December 2013.

JN 29004

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on 2011-01-26 07:44:35

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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