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DYKE marriages 1856-1910 South Australia

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DYKE marriages 1856-1910 South Australia.

DYKE (males)


John Thomas
married: 1847 Sarah Ann STUTELY.

Richard
married: 1856 Jane ABBOTT.

Henry
married: 1873 Charlotte BOWER.

Thomas
married: 1875 Eliza SHIPP.

Henry
married: 1878 Catherine LEYDEN.

Thomas
married: 1878 Martha FREEMAN.

Richard
married: 1883 Donaldena MACKAY.

Thomas
married: 1884 Eleanor KEYNES.

William
married: 1885 Mary Ann GEBHAROT.

John
married: 1890 Christina HART.

Walter
married: 1892 Louisa HOLLAMBY.

Lewis
married: 1893 Marion Alice ABBOTT.

David Henry
married: 1898 Amy Gray FABIAN.

Albert Ernest
married: 1904 Mation Olive FRANCIS.

William Harold Lionel
married: 1908 Olivia GILBERT.

DYKE (females)

Emily
married: 1867 George BENNET.

Elizabeth
married: 1870 Frederick Septimus FIELD.

Margaret
married: 1873 Robert Edwin FIELD.

Charlotte
married: 1876 Fred BORN.

Mary
married: 1877 Joseph TOTTEY.

Emma
married: 1881 Paul Christian HARRISON.

Ellen
married: 1883 Alfred Richard SAYCE.

Alice Ann
married: 1885 George LEWIS.

Annie
married: 1886 Lacy ROGERS.

Annie
married: 1887 Edward FARNDELL.

Lucy
married: 1887 Richard James SEXTON.

Annie
married: 1899 Edward Charles Weston WILKINSON.

Elsie May
married: 1908 William Henry STEWART.

Christina
married: 1909 Joseph Francis LEWIS.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the DYKE lines.

JN 45967

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on 2012-02-13 22:54:43

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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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected.
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