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SWAN marriages (males) 1847-1878 Victoria Australia

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SWAN marriages (males) 1847-1878 Victoria Australia.

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


SWAN (males)

John -
married: Margaret FURY 1847.

George -
married: Mary MCHAHON 1855.

James -
married: Margaret MITCHELL 1856.

George -
married: Emma PAGE 1856.

Samuel -
married: Frances WOOD 1856.

John -
married: Ann KEDDIE 1858.

Lawrence -
married: Helen CLOVER 1859.

David -
married: Margatet STEWART 1861.

Henry -
married: Elizabeth DIXON 1862.

Nathaniel Walter -
married: Mary Helena OBRIEN 1863.

Henry Francis -
married: Ann BALFOUR 1863.

James -
married: Harriet BEAULAND 1864.

Edward -
married: Elizabeth CARMICHAEL 1864.

George -
married: Louisa SPILLER 1865.

William -
married: Jane Anne BURNS 1868.

Andrew -
married: Elizabeth GARDINER 1868.

Daniel -
married: Susan ABROSE 1868.

Gustavas Adolphus -
married: Jane Ann WINGROVE 1869.

John -
married: Jane CAMPBELL 1869.

James -
married: Emma DEAKIN 1870.

Thomas William -
married: Ellen Rebecca ROGERS 1870.

George -
married: Elizabeth SINCLAIR 1871.

William -
married: Frances MILBURN 1873.

John -
married: Catherine JONES 1873.

Thomas - married: Federate Ann COLLOCOTT 1875.

John -
married: Mary Ann YOUNG 1875.

John -
married: Margaret DICKENS 1876.

Henry -
married: Jane Anderson WOOD 1876.

Thomas -
married: Malvina Kate KETTLE 1877.

David -
married: Christina MCQUALTER 1877.

Henry William -
married: Martha ROBERTSON 1877.

William -
married: Catherine KILPATRICK 1877.

James -
married: Margaret Ann DRYDEN 1878.

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on 2011-06-15 05:01:35

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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