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CHICK marriages 1859-1900 Victoria Australia

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CHICK marriages 1859-1900 Victoria Australia.

CHICK (males


John
married: 1860 Margaret BEANLAND.

Henry James
married: 1869 Mary Ann ROUSE.

Thomas
married: 1875 Emily ARTHUR.

Samuel
married: 1882 Mary Jane SMITH.

William
married: 1883 Sophia CLARK.

Thomas
married: 1883 Jane Elizabeth HARDY.

Samuel
married: 1883 Sophia LEWIS.

Henry James
married: 1885 Elizabeth Ann GIBSON.

Charles
married: 1888 Martha ASHBY.

Thomas
married: 1888 Margaurieta MADIGAN.

Charles Henry
married: 1890 Sarah Hannah BRETT.

George Burston
married: 1890 Alice Emma JOHNSON.

Thomas Patten
married: 1895 Laura CLARK.

Samuel Solomon
married: 1896 Sarah Jane BELL.

Frank
married: 1899 Johanna Christina Augusta SEIDEL.

Victor Albert
married: 1900 Laura Louisa CRAIG.

CHICK (females)

Elizabeth Throne
married: 1861 William Henry BAKER.

Mary Jane
married: 1869 James Augustus JOYCE.

Mary Ann
married: 1880 William George ATTWOOD.

Mary Sophia
married: 1881 Charles Robert SIMONS.

Margaret
married: 1887 John Edward DOVE.

Jane
married: 1890 John BOOTH.

Harriet Beanland
married: 1889 John CAMPBELL.

Tamar
married: 1889 John MCLEOD.

Jane
married: 1890 John BOOTH.

Elizabeth Josephine
married: 1891 Harry JAMES.

Aner Jane
married: 1892 Richard JONES.

Susan
married: 1893 William Walter DAYNES.

Gertrude Jane
married: 1895 Quong Wah Thomas CHIN.

Mary Jane
married: 1896 William HERON.

Edith
married: 1897 Robert Henry BARDWELL.

Emily Jane
married: 1898 Thomas Barton QUILKY.

Sarah
married: 1899 Henry GORE.

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

JN 33744

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on 2011-06-02 00:07:20

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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