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CHURCH marriages 1847-1870 Victoria Australia

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CHURCH marriages 1847-1870 Victoria Australia.

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


CHURCH (males)

Raphael -
married: Charlotte BUNCE 1849.

George -
married: Jane WESTON 1850

William -
married: Agnes E PRITCHARD 1852.

Robert Joseph -
married: Jane FIELD 1854.

Francis -
married: Elizabeth Jane FLYNN 1854.

Isaac -
married: Jane DAWSON 1855.

George Richard -
married: Ester CARTWRIGHT 1855.

Giles -
married: Jane LOCKER 1856.

John -
married: Mary Ann SULLIVAN 1856.

Henry Duncan -
married: Emma RENSHAW 1856.

Richard -
married: Hester LIPPIATT 1859.

William Alias -
married: Mary Helen WILD 1859.

Jabez Richard -
married: Sarah Jane GRINDROD 1860.

Giles -
married: Sarah MYKING 1861.

Samuel John -
married: Elizabeth MCQUINN 1862.

William Robert -
married: Sarah HICHCOCK 1863.


CHURCH (females)

Susanna -
married: Patrick SLATTERY 1847.

Caroline -
married: James DAWSON 1850

Eliza -
married: George MCDONALD 1850.

Margaret -
married: William ELLIS 1854.

Frances Mary Wesson -
married: John BOARD 1859.

Elizabeth Jane -
married: John Smith SINCLAIR 1860.

Mary -
married: Hans OLSEN 1861.

Margaret -
married: Charles Langdon MOREY 1862.

Esther -
married: John TORRANCE 1864.

Ellen -
married: Andrew CLUGSTON 1864.

Mary Elizabeth -
married: Isaac DAVIES 1868.

Mary -
married: James GARDNER 1870.

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on 2011-06-22 02:46:22

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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