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CHILD marriages 1847-1895 Victoria Australia

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CHILD marriages 1847-1895 Victoria Australia.

CHILD (males)

George Frederick
married: 1859 Elizabeth GARDNER.

married: 1859 Mary WHITE.

married: 1860 Jessie Louisa DIXON.

married: 1868 Elizabeth Priscilla JARDINE.

married: 1868 Mary Ann GROVES.

Joseph Deves
married: 1869 Elizabeth HEXTER.

Joseph William
married: 1870 Sarah Jane NEW.

Francis Matthew
married: 1875 Martha JEEVES.

George Reuben
married: 1878 Clara Rose CLARKE.

married: 1884 Rebecca Martha HEDINGTON.

Richard George
married: 1886 Kate Oconnor CROUGH.

married: 1888 Emma Adelaide ADMANS.

Richard George
married: 1888 Elizabeth PHILLIPS.

married: 1888 Mary ADAIR.

married: 1889 Mary FAHEY.

William Edward
married: 1890 Catherine Elizabeth JANSEN.

Alfred John
married: 1891 Hannah Mary SEABOURNE.

Thomas William
married: 1891 Grace RAMSDEN.

CHILD (females)

married: 1847 William ELLIS.

married: 1848 Frederick GREGORY.

married: 1863 John Baillie HENDERSON.

married: 1880 Thomas George PAGE.

Catherine Mary
married: 1881 William LUCAS.

Martha Kate
married: 1881 Walter SCADDING.

married: 1885 Murray Ross DUNBAR.

Mary Josephine
married: 1886 Stephen GRIFFIN.

Mary Eliza
married: 1887 James REID.

Elizabeth Sophia
married: 1889 William CHAPMAN.

married: 1891 George HOLLINS.

Priscilla Mary
married: 1892 Adrian William PIKE.

Ellen Theresa
married: 1893 Thomas Joseph FOGARTY.

Tabitha Blanche
married: 1893 William LEGG.

Mabel Emmeline
married: 1895 Joseph WATSON.

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

JN 49539

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on 2012-07-21 03:23:03

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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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