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BRENNAN marriages (males) 1873-1885 Victoria Australia

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BRENNAN marriages 1873-1885 Victoria Australia.

Males


Michael
married: `873 Eliza POWER.

William Bernard
married: 1873 Bridget Lucinda BRENNAN.

Patrick
married: 1873 Jane MASON.

William
married: 1873 Mary OFARRELL.

Joseph
married: 1873 Dinah HARRIS.

Michael
married: 1875 Jane CURLEY.

Martin
married: 1875 Margaret ONEILL.

Joseph
married: 1875 Mary Elizabeth GANNON.

Charles
married: 1875 Bridget HEALY.

Thomas Oconnor
married: 1876 Maria SLATTERY.

Michael
married: 1876 Mary Jane BARROW.

Patrick
married: 1876 Ellen STAPLETON.

Patrick
married: 1877 Jane HILL.

James Patrick
married: 1878 Ellenor KENNA.

Kyren
married: 1878 Ellen KENNELLY.

John
married: 1878 Ellen REILLY.

Robert
married: 1879 Ellen CROWLEY.

Edward
married: 1879 Gertrude Emily WESTON.

James Quilty
married: 1880 Rebecca INGHAM.

Michael
married: 1880 Maria CLOTWORTHY.

Thomas
married: 1880 Anne MADDEN.

John
married: 1880 Bridget A PURCELL.

William
married: 1880 Ellen MURPHY.

Edward
married: 1881 Ellen Elizabeth COSGROVE.

Michael
married: 1881 Matilda MCDONALD.

Timothy
married: 1881 Ellen MURNANE.

Peter
married: 1882 Martha WILLIAMS.

John
married: 1882 Sarah CONLLEY. (Registered 1910)

Matthew
married: 1883 Elizabeth BATES.

Andrew
married: 1884 Margaret JOYCE.

John
married: 1884 Mary RYAN.

Thomas
married: 1885 Mary Ann Jane BLAKE.

Edmund
married: 1885 Catherine MCDERMOTT.

James Albert
married: 1885 Mary SMARK.

James
married: 1885 Annie MUTCH.

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

JN 60691

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