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DICKSON marriages (females) 1881-1888 Victoria Australia

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DICKSON marriages (females) 1881-1888 Victoria Australia.

DICKSON (females


Elizabeth Ann
married: 1881 John Morison HEWITT.

Jane
married: 1881 George Smallpiece VARDY.

Selina
married: 1882 James Anderson MCKAY.

Janet
married: 1882 Thomas MOSS.

Jane Lucas
married: 1882 Joseph GRAHAM.

Elizabeth
married: 1882 David James HUGHES.

Rose
married: 1883 unknown JACOB.
Note.
The JACOB marriage index also recorded the groom as unknown.

Tamar Rebecca
married: 1883 Thomas McCracken CARSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1883 Thomas Newton HALL.

Louisa Jane Agnes
married: 1883 William Tabram LINTON.

Mary Sarah
married: 1883 Benjamin Currie GRIX.

Martha
married: 1883 Albert SIMPER.

Emily Alice
married: 1884 Frederick TAYLER.

Angelina
married: 1885 Joseph ROSS.

Alice
married: 1885 Andrew P BURBRIDGE.

Mary
married: 1885 Thomas GREENHILL.

Eliza
married: 1886 Robert SMITH.

Margaret
married: 1886 John HENDERSON.

Allison
married: 1886 Charles SIMPSON.

Isabella Campbell
married: 1886 Frederick Wooton DANBY.

Caroline
married: 1887 William Henry Burgess HAYWARD.

Betsy
married: 1887 William FIRTH.

Mary Ann
married: 1887 Edwin John HALE.

Roberta Margaret
married: 1887 John Garibaldi ROBERTS.

Elizabeth
married: 1887 Alexander PURSE.

Margaret
married: 1887 William Raven BORTHWICK.

Florence Noble
married: 1887 John BURNS.

Emily
married: 1888 Samuel STYLES.

Emily Alexandrina
married: 1888 James MUSSEN.

Ellen
married: 1888 Alfred SCARLETT.

Florence Mary
married: 1888 Dugald MCQUEEN.

Elizabeth Alice
married: 1888 Alexander MCKINNON.

Susan
married: 1888 George Henry BARTLETT.

Jane
married: 1888 John Edward VARDY.

Jane
married: 1888 Charles William Smit MILNE.

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

JN 59638

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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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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