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GILLIES marriages (females) 1847-1880 Victoria Australia

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GILLIES marriages (females) 1847-1880 Victoria Australia.

GILLIES (females)


Mary
married: 1847 William WELLS.

Annabella
married: 1848 Edwin OAKDEN.

Marion
married: 1853 James SHIELDS.

Mary
married: 1855 John Lillie GILLIES.

Elizabeth
married: 1855 Matthew LAWLESS.

Margaret
married: 1855 Charles HAMLYN.

Ann
married: 1855 John MCKINNON.

Ellen Nelson
married: 1856 David KENNEDY.

Margaret
married: 1857 Edward HARRISON.

Mary
married: 1857 John CAMERON.

Flora
married: 1857 David LLOYD.

Mary Anne
married: 1858 Hermann VALENTIEN.

Sarah
married: 1858 Dugald CAMERON.

Ann
married: 1860 James Fernie WILKIE.

Isabella
married: 1861 William CASEY.

Marjory
married: 1864 Simon FRASER.

Mary
married: 1868 Robert FORSYTHE.

Ann
married: 1868 William ROSE.

Mary
married: 1869 Edward MANNAY.

Mary
married: 1869 William Boyd LUCAS.

Elizabeth
married: 1870 Thomas TIMMINS.

Janet
married: 1871 William MOORE.

Ann
married: 1872 James PICKETT.

Sarah
married: 1873 Thomas COULTER.

Isabella
married: 1873 John KINSELLA.

Agnes
married: 1876 Thomas NOYES.

Catherine
married: 1876 Richard GARLAND.

Christina
married: 1877 Roderick MCLEAOD.

Elinor Anne
married: 1878 James TWEEDDALE.

Ann Isabella
married: 1879 John MCPHERSON.

Margaret Allan
married: 1879 Dugald CAMPBELL.

Isabella
married: 1880 John MCDONALD.

Jane
married: 1880 William GRUNDY.

Agnes
married: 1880 William Henry JORDAN.

Mary
married: 1880 William REES.

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

JN 43566

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on 2011-12-17 17:56:04

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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