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TALBOT marriages 1840-1867 Victoria Australia

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TALBOT marriages 1840-1867 Victoria Australia.


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


TALBOT (males)

Samuel
married: 1846 Caroline DAVIS.

Nicholas
married: 1851 Catherine LYNCH.

Richard
married: 1857 Jane HOGAN.

William
married: 1857 Margaret ENGLISH.

Edward
married: 1858 Sarah PENNY.

William Henry B
married: 1858 Julia MARA.

Samuel
married: 1859 Betsy BLACK.

Thomas
married: 1860 Elizabeth EDWARDS.

Thomas
married: 1862 Fanny Louisa MCDONOGH.

William
married: 1862 Mary MCGREEN.

Samuel
married: 1863 Anna Maria SHERREN.

John
married: 1865 Margaret BOYLE.

Arron
married: 1866 Harriet Ann WOOD.


TALBOT (females)

Matilda
married: 1840 Michael OBRIEN.

Agnes
married: 1843 Thomas DELWOOD.

Elizabeth
married: 1853 James CURTIS.

Mary
married: 1853 Patrick CORCORAN.

Ellen
married: 1854 John LUND.

Margaret Ann
married: 1855 John KELLY.

Jane
married: 1856 Alfred PICKING.

Mary
married: 1858 William BROWN.

Caroline Susanna
married: 1858 Edward Henry BURGESS.

Harriett
married: 1860 Jonathan KNIGHT.

Mary Ann
married: 1860 James MUNRO.

Mary
married: 1863 D ERICKERMAN.

Mary
married: 1864 John SULLIVAN.

Eliza
married: 1864 William BROWN.

Henrietta Maria Louisa
married: 1865 James George John ONSLOW.

Sophia
married: 1866 William LANDER.

Mary
married: 1866 Charles Michael GARLICK.

Hester
married: 1867 Daniel MCGREGOR.

Susan
married: 1867 Edward Melbourne HOWE.

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on 2012-10-03 00:03:13

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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