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DREW marriage (females) 1877-1891 Victoria Australia

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DREW marriages (females) 1877-1891 Victoria Australia.

DREW (females)


Isazoria Elizabeth
married: 1877 Francis Benjamin SMITH.

Ellen
married: 1877 Thomas MCINERNY.

Sarah
married: 1878 David GREEN.

Elizabeth Charlotte
married: 1878 Robert Peel MACDONALD.

Mary Ann
married: 1879 Joseph Alexander IRISH.

Lucy Amelia
married: 1880 Robert PATTEN.

Harriet
married: 1881 Clement Styche COLBY.

Hannah Jane
married: 1881 Richard FRANKLIN.

Eliza Mary Venn
married: 1882 Thomas DALE.

Mary Ann Teresa
married: 1883 Patrick Herbert REYNOLDS.

Mary Russell
married: 1884 John BOLAM.

Fannie Ettie
married: 1884 Ralph Clare BLUNDEN.

Jane
married: 1885 Adrian BOURBAUD.

Mary
married: 1885 William Fortune La Moile STRONACH.

Elizabeth
married: 1885 Hans Peter RASMUSSEN.

Matilda
married: 1885 Robert PURCELL.

Elizabeth Ellen
married: 1886 John James SALES.

Katie
married: 1886 Patrick BUSHELL.

Matilda
married: 1888 Christian MILLER.

Emma
married: 1889 William ROBEERTSON.

Margaret
married: 1889 James CAHILL. (Registered 1890)

Martha
married: 1889 Alfred BURROWS.

Sarah
married: 1889 William John MASON.

Clara
married: 1890 William George CLAYDEN.

Elizabeth
married: 1890 Robert BROWN.

Jessie Aitken
married: 1890 John Patrick NUGENT.

Margaret
married: 1890 Reuben WILSON.

Mary
married: 1890 James BOURKE.

Mary Ann
married: 1890 William Charles PLUMMER.

Charlotte Louisa
married: 1891 Alexander ALLISON.

Nina
married: 1891 Frederick Augustus MATHEWS.

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

JN 59356

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on 2014-05-29 16:25:34

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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