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CROSBIE marriages 1881-1894 Victoria Australia

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CROSBIE marriages 1881-1894 Victoria Australia.

CROSBIE (males)


James
married: 1881 Ambrosine JONES.

Herbert Horace
married: 1883 Emma BOLT.

John Hugh
married: 1883 Eliza NICOLL.

William Barry
married: 1883 Isabel Georgina KEELEY.
See marriage details in comments section below from janilye.

George Edward
married: 1884 Mary MCLACHLAN.

Robert
married: 1884 Mary TREGASKIS.

John
married: 1885 Elizabeth GEE.

Alexander
married: 1887 Agnes Louisa QUARRELL.

Joseph
married: 1887 Margaret BATES.
See marriage details in comments section below from janilye.

James
married: 1889 Johanna MAHER.

Matthew
married: 1889 Elizabeth Findlay RITCHIE.

Alexander
married: 1890 Emma COLLIER.

Thomas James
married: 1890 Ellen OCONNOR.

Hugh
married: 1892 Annie PEARSON.

John
married: 1892 Elizabeth TREVITHICK.

Joseph Patrick
married: 1892 Elizabeth WOOD.

William James
married: 1892 Annie HAY.

William
married: 1893 Winifred Louisa MARCHMENT.

David Young
married: 1894 Elizabeth Ann REES.
See marriage details in comments section below from janilye.

CROSBIE (females)

Catherine
married: 1881 Anthony FRANCKS.
See marriage details in comments section below from janilye.

Carol
married: 1888 William Mills NORMAN.

Amelia Edith
married: 1888 George PLEASANCE.

Jessie
married: 1891 Edwin BROWNE.

Laura Kate
married: 1891 John DEVEREAUX.

Mary Agnes
married: 1891 Frederick GRIFFIN.

Rosanna
married: 1891 Martin COMAN.

Ellen
married: 1893 Robert Elijah PILGRIM.

Mary
married: 1893 Ernest FITHALL.

Anna Maria
married: 1894 John MCKENNA.
See marriage details in comments section below from janilye.

Jessie Margaret
married: 1894 Albert Edward FOORD.

Maggie
married: 1894 Percy Spencer DAVISON.

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

With my thanks to janilye for taking the time to include the marriage details in the comments section below.

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by janilye on 2015-06-12 00:18:03

Catherine Crosbie was born Murphy, widow of John Crosbie
The Argus, Saturday 9 April 1881
FRANCKS - CROSBIE
On the 16th January, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Aylward,
Anthony, second son of the late Nazzaro Francks, of Genoa Italy, to Catherine, widow of the late John Crosbie, and third daughter of William Murphy, Esq , boot manufacturer, of Limerick city, and formerly of Kilrush, county Clare, Ireland
Home and American papers please copy.

The Australasian Sketcher, Wednesday 21 November 1883
MARRIAGES.
Crosbie â Keeley.
On the 24th ult., at St. Michael's Church, Bulla, by the Rev. M. P. Carroll,
assisted by the Rev. P. Moran, William B. Crosbie, LL.B., eldest son of
Bernard Crosbie, Richmond, to Isabel G., fourth daughter of the late
Michael Keeley, alderman, Bourke Ward, city of Melbourne, and niece of
M. Loeman, J.P., Glen Loeman, Bulla.

The Argus, Saturday 17 September 1887
CROSBIE - BATES.
On the 8th inst., at St. Patrick's Cathedral, by the Rev. Dean Donaghy,
Joseph, third son of Bernard Crosbie, Esq., of Richmond,
to Maggie, only child of William S. Bates, East Melbourne. No cards.

Euroa Advertiser (Victoria)Friday 17 August 1894
McKenna - Crosbie.
A pleasing ceremony took place at St.John's R.C. Church, Euroa, on the 9th
inst., when Miss Anna Maria Louisa Crosbie, eldest daughter of Mr. Patrick
Crosbie, of Faithful's Creek. was united in the holy bonds of matrimony with
Mr. John McKenna, of Miepoll, eldest son of Mr. Michael McKenna, J.P., of Euroa.
The Very Rev. Dean Davy officiated, and a Nuptial Mass was celebrated.
The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion with ferns, flowers, and pot
plants by Mesdames Ferguson and Kerrins, and the Misses Cusack, McKenna,and O'Connell.
The bride, who was given away by her father, was elegantly altered in a gown
of white China silk, with vandyke flounces of valenciennes lace, bows of ribbon,
and orange blossom.
A long tulle veil and a coronet wreath of orange blossoms were worn. A bouquet
of choice flowers and ferns completed the
toilet. The bridesmaids were three in number (sisters of the bride and bride
groom). The two former were daintily frocked in pale blue, with cream lace and
ribbon trimmings,the latter in cream with tuscan vest, and hat to match. They
carried sprays of choice flowers. The bridegroom was supported by Messrs T.
Crosbie and J. Monaghan.
The contracting, parties were congratulated from the altar, the Dean stating that they were the best young couple in the parish, and had set an example well worthy
of being followed, never having given him a moment's anxiety as to their spiritual welfare.
At the conclusion of the ceremony the party drove to the residence of the bride's
parents, where the wedding breakfast was served. In the evening Mr. and Mrs.
McKenna left for Ballarat, where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride's
travelling costume was of brown cloth, with completion of brown velvet, small
toque of brown and petunia velvet and violets. The bride was the recipient of
numerous and valuable presents. The following toasts were proposed at the
breakfast, about 30 couples being present:
"The Bride and Bridegroom," by Mr. P. Kerrins, chairman,President of the Shire,
responded to by the bridegroom ;
"The Bridesmaids," by Mr. T. Crosbie, Mr. J. Monaghan responding;
"Bride and Bride groom's Parents", proposed by Mr. Comans;
"The Ladies," by Mr. Deviny, Mr. W. Monaghan responding;
"The Visitors," by Mr. M. McKenna, jnr.; Messrs. Kerrins, Treshy, and Cullen responding ;
"Host and Hostess" by Mr.J.Kerrins ; and
"The Chairman" by Mr. J. Crosbie.

The Argus, Tuesday 27 November 1894
CROSBIE - REES. On the 23rd ult., at the residence of the bride's parents by the Rev. W. Hunt, David Y. Crosbie, of Warracknabeal, youngest son of the late
Alex. Crosbie, Esq., of North Creswick, to Elizabeth A. (Annie), eldest daughter of Mr. D. Rees, Esq., of Maryborough.

Euroa Advertiser (Victoria).Friday 30 November 1906
WEDDINGS.
CROSBIE - McKENNA.
A quiet wedding took place at Euroa on Wednesday morning, 20th inst.,
when Mr. T. Crosbie, second son of Mr. P. M. Crosbie, of Balmattum, and
Miss Margaret, third daughter of the late M. McKenna, Euroa, were joined
in the holy bonds of wedlock, at St. John's R.C. Church, the Rev. Father
O'Reilly officiating, assisted by the Very Rev. Archdeacon Davy (Benalla).
The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. John McKenna, was
charmingly costumed in cream voile richly trimmed with lace and silk;
wreath and veil; carried an ivory bound prayer book; wore a handsome
emerald and pearl dagger brooch (gift of the bridegroom). Misses Mary
Deviney and Minnie Kerrins, nieces of the bride, attended, gowned in cream
silk, and wore handsome brooches (the bridegroom's gifts). Mr. P. Crosbie
acted as best man. After the ceremony the party adjourned to "Whitestone,"
the residence of the bride's mother, where a wedding breakfast was
partaken of, and the usual toasts honored.
Mr. and Mrs. Crosbie afterwards left by the express for Melbourne,
the bride's travelling dress being a dainty check Sicilian costume,
cream crinoline straw hat with white tulle and black ostrich plumes.
The presents were numerous and costly.

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