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DREW marriages (females) 1840-1876 Victoria Australia

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DREW marriages (females) 1840-1876 Victoria Australia.

DREW (females)


Margaret
married: 1840 Thomas CLARKE.

Mary Ann
married: 1847 Edward DOHERTY.

Rebecca Field Pomery
married: 1849 John Drew ATKIN.

Mary
married: 1852 Edward GRIFFITHS.

Sarah Matthews
married: 1854 Richard Crudge MEADE.

Maria
married: 1854 Joseph TOOKE.

Louisa
married: 1855 John Thomson MCKEAN.

Ann
married: 1855 Charles THORPE.

Bedelia
married: 1856 Henry DALY.

Elizabeth
married: 1857 Isaac ELLEN.

Mary
married: 1857 John HASSETT.

Hannah
married: 1857 Andrew PALMER.

Catherine
married: 1858 Peter Heinrick BRANT.

Margaret
married: 1860 John SULLIVAN.

Mary Ann
married: 1860 William Joseph LENDON.

Catherine
married: 1860 Timothy DRISCOLL.

Martha Ann
married: 1861 Charles SERGENT.

Jane
married: 1862 William PETTIGREW.

Julia
married: 1863 Thomas GLEESON.

Mary Ann
married: 1864 William James Collings BULKELEY.

Mary
married: 1864 David PALMER.

Hellen
married: 1865 Heneage Horsley MANN.

Annie
married: 1866 James Alfred PITTARD.

Emma
married: 1866 John JONES.

Catherine Anne
married: 1870 John WILSON.

Mary Anne
married: 1870 George WILSON.

Annie Violet
married: 1871 Henry JACKSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 Peter BIRTLES.

Sarah Ann
married: 1873 David MURRAY.

Mary
married: 1873 Thomas James GLASS.

Alice
married: 1873 Samuel HAGGAN.

Sarah Jane
married: 1875 William KNIGHT.

Emily
married: 1876 Thomas Henry TAAFFE.

Eunice Frances Eugen
married: 1876 John GITSHAM.

Margaret
married: 1876 John DAVIDSON.

Angelica
married: 1876 Hugh LIDDY.

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

JN 59255

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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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