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CAIRNS marriages (females) 1884-1899 Victoria Australia

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CAIRNS marriages (females) 1884-1899 Victoria Australia.

CAIRNS (females)


Sarah
married: 1884 James MCLUSKEY.

Margaret
married: 1885 William Henry BATH.

Ellen
married: 1885 Alfred Ovas MILLER.

Janet
married: 1886 William Cater BRENT.

Ellen
married: 1887 John William REED.

Elizabeth Johnson
married: 1888 Angus MARTIN.

Janet Catherine
married: 1888 Robert Francis WILSON.

Jane
married: 1888 Frank LANGHOLZ.

Bridget
married: 1889 John CUNNINGHAM.

Catherine
married: 1889 David John LENNOX.

Catherine Mary
married: 1889 James LEYDEN.

Jessie Ellen
married: 1889 Thomas William Tweeddale MCCORMICK.

Susan Mary Anastat
married: 1889 Patrick MCHUGH.

Christina
married: 1890 Tasman Blenmann FEAETHERSTONE.

Eliza Catherine
married: 1891 Thomas Cairns HUNTER.

Mary
married: 1891 Joseph POBJOY.

Mary
married: 1891 John BOYD.

Alicia
married: 1892 Richard LOVETT.

Elizabeth Eleanor
married: 1892 Thomas Oliver MORRIS.

Jane Cameron
married: 1892 William MITCHELL.

Kate Byron
married: 1892 Henry Otway EVANS.

Mabel Elsie
married: 1894 Patrick John BENNETT.

Mary Hamilton
married: 1894 Frank WELLS.

Elizabeth
married: 1896 Charles WALKER.

Francis
married: 1896 Thomas GRIST.

Jane
married: Michael MCNAMARA

Elizabeth Agnes
married: 1897 William Charles SARGEANT.

Martha
married: 1897 Frank James MORRIS.

Beatrice
married: 1899 William George MILROY.

Christina
married: 1899 Joseph BARKER.

Florence
married: 1899 Frederick Henry LEWIS.

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

JN 57889

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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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