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DEAN marriages (females) 1874-1885 Victoria Australia

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DEAN marriages (females) 1874-1885 Victoria Australia.

DEAN (females)


Harriet
married: 1875 William MICHELL.

Emma
married: 1876 George HILL.

Emily Clara
married: 1876 Frederick FRITH.

Sarah Albertina
married: 1876 William Henry
WILSON.

Henrietta Dalton
married: 1877 James Opie ANNEAR.

Sarah Ann
married: 1877 John HUMPHRIES.

Martha
married: 1878 Samuel Thomas MAXWELL.

Elizabeth
married: 1879 Enoch SMART.

Sarah Elizabeth
married: 1897 Henry Fothergill BILLMAN.

Florence Caroline
married: 1879 John Duncan FISHER.

Emma
married: 1880 Henry James DAY.

Martha
married: 1881 Charles MOSS.

Mary
married: 1881 John SMITH.

Julia
married: 1881 Henry Mason COUSENS.

Mary
married: 1881 David MARSHALL.

Elizabeth Matilda Davison
married: 1881 George MANSFIELD.

Anne
married: 1881 Patrick DILLON.

Sarah
married: 1881 Thomas BLICK.

Susan
married: 1882 Robert HUMPHRIES.

Mary
married: 1882 John Hollingsworth AUSTIN.

Susannah
married: 1882 William BLAKE.

Georgianna Maria
married: 1883 Alexander Sterne Marcus VON ZIEGLER.

Annie
married: 1883 Benton JOHNSON.

Ellen
married: 1883 Thomas WHITE.

Rose Ann
married: 1883 John CATTERALL.

Sarah Jane
married: 1883 Richard HUSBAND.

Ellen
married: 1884 George Jenner BURTON.

Lucy
married: 1884 James OLDHAM.

Clara Margaret
married: 1884 Henry Skerrett ROGERS.

Rachel
married: 1884 William ANDERSON.

Elizabeth Annie
married: 1884 Thomas DAVIDSON.

Mary Ann
married: 1884 David CRICHTON.

Mary
married: 1885 James DORRIAN.

Emily
married: 1885 John LOWEN.

Annie
married: 1885 Conrad ANDERSON.

Hanora Agnes
married: 1885 Francis Thomas JONES.

Emily Ann
married: 1885 Albert Elsom DAY.

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

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TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. 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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