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CORBETT marriages (females) 1843-1865 Victoria Australia

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CORBETT marriages (females) 1843-1865 Victoria Australia.

CORBETT (females)


Bridget
married: 1843 Patrick BOURKE.

Marion
married: 1844 Solomon REECE.

Sarah
married: 1844 Thomas AYRES.

Catherine
married: 1852 James BURNETT.

Eliza
married: 1854 Charles SCHOLER.

Margaret
married: 1854 William AVERY.

Jane
married: 1854 Joseph Hannath SMITH.

Sarah
married: 1854 Archibald FORSYTH.

Ann
married: 1855 Thomas DAVIDSON.

Bridget
married: 1856 William PARSONS.

Mary Ann
married: 1857 Patrick USHER.

Mary
married: 1857 Laurence DONNELL.

Margaret
married: 1857 Michael DARCY.

Mary
married: 1857 John LINDSAY.

Isabella
married: 1858 Edwin PETHERICK.

Elizabeth
married: 1858 Toby MAGRATH.

Mary
married: 1858 Michael OCONNOR.

Ellen
married: 1858 John DALY.

Bridget
married: 1859 Daniel KINANE.

Margaret
married: 1859 John MCGEE.

Mary
married: 1859 James KEATING.

Catherine
married: 1859 James CONWAY.

Sarah Ann
married: 1860 Michael BERREEN.

Mary
married: 1860 Thomas BYRNE.

Ellen
married: 1860 Patrick CORMICH.

Elizabeth
married: 1860 Thomas MCINTOSH.

Lilias
married: 1861 John FLEMING.

Bridget
married: 1862 Denis EGAN.

Mary
married: 1863 Charles WALKER.

Margaret
married: 1864 Rody RYAN.

Margaret
married: 1864 Frank CARVER.

Maria
married: 1864 Patrick RYAN.

Catherine
married: 1864 John BRENNAN.

Honoria
married: 1865 John CALLINAN.

Mary
married: 1865 Alexander PATERSON.

Jane
married: 1865 William Henry MORGAN.

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

JN 60416

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