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GORDON marriages (males) 1840-1860 Victoria Australia

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GORDON marriages (males) 1840-1860 Victoria Australia.

GORDON (males)


George
married: 1840 Marion CLARKE.

Alexander
married: 1841 Mary RIDDLE.

Thomas
married: 1841 Elizabeth RICHEY.

Robert
married: 1849 Elizabeth BURNS.

Hugh
married: 1849 Elizabeth DUTTON.

George
married: 1850 christina ALLISON.

John
married: 1850 Christina CAMERON.

Daniel
married: 1851 helen HARTLEY.

Charles
married: 1852 Ann GRIFFITHS.

Francis
married: 1853 Sarah Carol BUTCHER.

John
married: 1853 Sophia GIBLETT.

John
married: 1853 Catherine CANTWELL.

George Augustus
married: 1853 Martha Maria SELDON.

James
married: 1853 Elizabeth PEARSON.

William
married: 1854 Catherine THOMPSON.

Frederick
married: 1854 Anne KITTLE.

George
married: 1856 Ann SMITH.

James
married: 1856 Sarah Ann HEWITT.

James
married: 1856 Sarah OBRIEN.

John
married: 1856 Isabella MATHESON.

Samuel
married: 1857 Annabella MARTIN.

Alexander
married: 1857 Julia SHEA.

John
married: 1857 Mary Ann DAVIES.

Henry
married: 1857 Phoebe RIDGEWELL.

Charles
married: 1858 Elizabeth BARRY.

William
married: 1858 Alice OBRIEN.

James
married: 1858 Mary MCKINLEY.

James
married: 1858 Catherine GLASS.

Edward Joseph
married: 1859 Mary BOWEN.

William
married: 1859 Mary SCANLON.

John
married: 1859 Bridget LUCAS.

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

JN 38308

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on 2011-08-09 02:17:36

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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