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FAHEY marriage (males) 1870-1890 Victoria Australia

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FAHEY marriages (males) 1870-1890 Victoria Australia.

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


FAHEY (males)

William -
married: Catherine TIERNAN 1870.

Michael -
married: Ellen MOORE 1870.

Paul -
married: Esther REEVES 1872.

Michael -
married: Bridget BROWN 1873.

Patrick -
married: Catherine KELLY 1874.

Peter -
married: Margaret Thompson HENDERSON 1878.

Patrick -
married: Margaret HOGAN 1878.

Patrick -
married: Mary BURKE 1881.

Eugene -
married: Elizabeth GRIFFIN 1882.

John -
married: Margaret BLACK 1882.

William -
married: Rachel DEVLIN 1882.

Alexander Patrick -
married: Mary Jane HAMILTON 1883.

Jeremiah -
married: Margaret ODONNELL 1883.

James -
married: Christina MCLEOD 1883.

James -
married: Mary Ann BROWNE 1884.

John -
married: Margaret KELLY 1884.

James -
married: Sophia SPURLING 1886.

John -
married: Annie HALPIN 1886.

Stephen -
married: Johanna FAHEY 1887.

William -
married: Harriet Augusta AUST 1887.

Daniel -
married: Mary Ann Ellen SMITH 1888.

Owen -
married: Sarah MAHER 1888.

James -
married: Mary Matilda BRUMBY 1888.

Barry -
married: Rose GORDON 1889.

Frank -
married: Ellen Margaret GILBERT 1889.

Michael -
married: Winefred MULLOY 1889.

Patrick -
married: Bridget FREDERICKS 1889.

Patrick -
married: Anne OBRIEN 1889.

Jeremiah -
married: Mary Ellen QUIRKE 1890.

John -
married: Susan KENNEDY 1890.

Michael James -
married: Catherine Frances CONNELLY 1890.

Patrick -
married: Mary OHALLORAN 1890.

William -
married: Mary Kate PHELAN 1890.

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on 2011-06-15 18:21:23

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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