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CHURCHILL marriages 1852-1900 Victoria Australia

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CHURCHILL marriages 1852-1900 Victoria Australia.

CHURCHILL (males)


James
married: 1852 Anne COLLINS.

John
married: 1852 Mary teresa BRICKSTONE.

Hugh
married: 1853 Emily TILLIDGE.

Job
married: 1862 Phobe CALLER.

Thomas
married: 1878 Catherine THISTLEWAITE.

Joseph
married: 1879 Sarah Elizabeth RIDGWAY.

William Henry
married: 1880 Martha JACKSON.

Edward
married: 1884 Mary Jane JENNINGS.

Benjamin Franklin
married: 1886 Florence Fanny DAVIS.

William John
married: 1887 Elizabeth MCKENZIE.

Robert
married: 1887 Charlotte Duncan TOSH.

Charles Henry
married: 1887 Elizabeth THOMPSON.

Daniel Robert Hutchins
married: 1890 Janet BLAIR.

George
married: 1890 Martha RIDGWAY.

Job
married: 1890 Esther HEGARTY.

Richard Edward
married: 1897 Jane STOREY.

John
married: 1898 Julia RIGBY.

William Henry
married: 1899 Catherine BLAIR.

Frederick George
married: 1900 Kate Sharpena GARLAND.

CHURCHILL (females)

Ellen
married: 1859 William CREAGH.

Mary Harriet
married: 1862 John SIMMONS.

Mary
married: 1863 William WATSON.

Annie
married: 1864 Lachlan MCLEAN.

Emma
married: 1867 Robert JACKSON.

Anna Jane
married: 1876 William Charles PITTS.

Mary
married: 1881 George Young GUTHRIE.

Sarah Ann
married: 1881 William John THOMPSON.

Emily
married: 1881 Samuel HOLMES.

Alice
married: 1887 john GODFREY.

Hannah Elizabeth
married: 1887 August Louis Henrich BEYER.

Alice Maud
married: 1899 Richard Henry BAKER.

Lily Ann
married: 1897 William MCDONALD.

Martha Hannah
married: 1889 Samuel BASS.

Mary
married: 1889 James CHENEY.

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

JN 36724

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on 2011-07-18 10:49:29

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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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by wildkats on 2011-07-19 17:47:56

Thanks but I don't know for sure if any of these are in my family tree.

I have posted something today that I don't know will help you or not since I'm just getting started.

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