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BLAKE marriages 1861-1867 Victoria Australia

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BLAKE marriages 1861-1867 Victoria Australia.

BLAKE marriages from the Victorian Marriage Index.
Collected while researching the BLAKE lines in Victoria.
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BLAKE (males)

Thomas - married Emma Maria SWEETING 1862.

Samuel George - married Mary Ellen BRADLY 1863.

Ealexander Bowman - married Matilda JOSLIN 1864.

James George - married Grace Hodge MILLET 1865.

James George - married Grace CAMPION 1865.

Thomas Michael - married Ann SMITH 1866.

James - married Susan BURRELL 1866.

William John - married Honora REILLY 1866.

Michael - married Mary BRUTHER 1866.

Isaac - married Annie PRENTICE 1867.

John Henry Francis - married Kate Maria BRADY 1867.

Alexander - married Mary Jane KISSICK 1867.

Patrick - married Honora MCNANMARA 1867.


BLAKE (females)

Louisa - married Joseph Samuel VARNEY 1861.

Bridget - married Michael RYAN 1861.

Henrietta - married George Harris CARTER 1861.

Mary - married Patrick COONEY 1861.

Louisa - married Thomas Ulick BURKE 1863.

Jonanna - married Utrick YEATES 1863.

Fanny - married William MORROW 1864.

Martha - married John GEORGE 1864.

Bridget Kate - married Chester Nessen PEDERSON 1864.

Ellen - married Felix FOSTER 1865.

Mary - married Thomas TRELEAVEN 1865.

Ellen - married Thomas MEAGHER 1865.

Ellen - married John SMITH 1866.

Julia - married John Henry TAYLOR 1866.

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on 2011-01-24 01:55:32

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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