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DICKSON marriages (males) 1843-1862 Victoria Australia

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DICKSON marriages (males) 1843-1862 Victoria Australia.

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


DICKSON (males)

John -
married: Alice DALRYMPLE 1843.

James -
married: Eleanor Theresa WILLIAMSON 1847.

William -
married: Lydia CHAMBERLAIN 1849.

Thomas -
married: Rebecca BURGESS 1851.

John -
married: Mary LUSON 1853.

William -
married: Eliza HOLLAND 1854.

Henry Alexander -
married: Anna Mary OSBORNE 1854.

Warren Charles -
married: Sarah Jane WATT 1855.

James Robert -
married: Ann ELY 1855.

James -
married: Rebecca SMADDEN 1855.

John Edward Irvine -
married: Mary Ann DICKSON 1855.

George Jeffrey -
married: Margaret ANDERSON 1856.

William -
married: Ann MALONEY 1856.

Robert -
married: Mary OCONNOR 1856.

James -
married: Janet FINLAY 1857.

John -
married: Susanna CHAPMAN 1857.

Robert Mcbroom -
married: Margaret Mcglason CHALMERS 1857.

James -
married: Jane Eliza BROWNE 1857.

James -
married: Susan Mary RITCHIE 1857.

William -
married: Jane THOMPSON 1858.

John -
married: Mary JAMIESON 1858.

John -
married: Sarah Ann WILKINSON 1859.

John -
married: Margaret STIRTON 1859.

John -
married: Jane MURRAY 1861.

Robert -
married: Charlotte Catherine Campbell STEVENSON 1861.

Henry -
married: Lillian Fraser BLACK 1862.

William -
married: Mary OFARRELL 1862.

Andrew -
married: Ann FERGUSON 1862.

David -
married: Ann Margaret DAVIDSON 1862.

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on 2011-06-19 06:49:08

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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