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CLAYTON marriages 1842-1870 Victoria Australia

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CLAYTON marriages 1842-1870 Victoria Australia.

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


CLAYTON (males)

John Joseph
married: 1842 Catherine ROBERTSON.

Abel
married: 1851 Mary MITCHEL.

Joseph
married: 1853 Annette Elizabeth GILCHRIST.

George Francis
married: 1856 Mary Ann HEWET.

George
married: 1856 Ann FERGUSON.

John
married: 1856 Emma HUSSTFIELD.

Samuel
married: 1857 Eliza DAY.

Thomas
married: 1858 Ellen ROWLAND.

George
married: 1859 Mary MORAY.

Charles
married: 1860 Annie GAMON.

Alfred Helden
married: 1860 Annie Merina MAXWELL.

George
married: 1863 Caroline Louisa ADAMS.

Richard Pearson
married: 1864 Mary Hannah HOLGATE.

William
married: 1865 Mary BRANSFIELD.

William
married: 1868 Mary Ann BROUARD.

Samuel
married: 1868 Mary Jane MALLINSON.

Edward
married: 1869 Bridget DORAN.

John
married: 1869 Mary STEBBINS.


CLAYTON (females)

Catherine
married: 1852 Charles WILLIAMS.

Jane
married: 1854 John Webb BRACE.

Eliza Alice
married: 1855 James Achillies COOPER.

Ann
married: 1858 John GIBBS.

Annie Story
married: 1861 Henry WALKER.

Martha Ellen Louisa
married: 1864 James LOVE.

Sarah Jane
married: 1866 Charles DUNKLEY.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1867 Thomas CHANDLER.

Sarah
married: 1868 John William JOHNSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1869 Edward Henry NEWING.

Sarah
married: 1869 William MOWAT.

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on 2011-08-23 18:34:18

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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