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GLOVER marriages 1849-1865 Victoria Australia

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GLOVER marriages 1849-1865 Victoria Australia.

GLOVER (males)


George
married: 1849 Catherine KELLY.

William
married: 1849 Elizabeth TYE.

Thomas
married: 1851 Mary Ann DRISCOLL.

John Sneyd
married: 1854 Bertha Ellen THORNHILL.

William
married: 1855 Elizabeth GILES.

William
married: 1855 Margaret AINSLIE.

James
married: 1856 Margaret Watt HILL.

James Edward
married: 1856 Mary Ann STRONG.

William
married: 1857 Elizabeth WARREN.

William
married: 1857 Mary GLOVER.

George
married: 1858 Sarah Lambert MACKRELL.

George
married: 1859 Elizabeth MONAGHAN.

James
married: 1859 Catherine ENRIGHT.

William
married: 1860 Catherine MCLAREN.

William Roxburgh
married: 1861 Agnes COUTTS.

James
married: 1861 Ellen BRADLEY.

Thomas
married: 1863 Margaret Ann GORDON.

John Sneyd
married: 1865 Elizabeth CLARKE.

GLOVER (females)

Ellen
married: 1851 Joseph KENNEDY.

Julia
married: 1854 Jay Willard Capr HOEAG.

Mary
married: 1857 William GLOVER.

Jane
married: 1859 James Robinson GARDNER.

Helen
married: 1859 Lawrence SWAN.

Ann Charlotte
married: 1860 Alfred KELLAM.

Agnes
married: 1861 George William ST CLAIR. *

Elizabeth
married: 1862 Thomas EDWARDS.

Eliza
married: 1863 Michael RYAN.

Theresa Sarah
married: 1863 John PORTBURY.

Mary
married: 1863 John OPIE.

Elizabeth
married: 1864 Edward MONKS.

Agnes
married: 1865 George William ST CLAIR. *

Mary Ann
married: 1865 Job HOWARD.

Mary Ann
married: 1865 Thomas SMITH.

* Appears to be the same marriage recorded twice.
Agnes and George had five children in Victoria between 1860 and 1870.

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

JN 49418

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on 2012-07-15 22:19:53

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. 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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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