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HART marriages (males) 1844-1859 Victoria Australia

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HART marriages (males) 1844-1859 Victoria Australia.

HART (males)


Thomas
married: 1844 Ann MCKAY.

Edward
married: 1844 Isabella HART.

Isaac
married: 1849 Rachel BENJAMIN.

Robert
married: 1850 Christina MCGUINIS.

Samuel
married: 1852 Jessie PETER.

Michael
married: 1852 Jane LEARY.

James Rousel
married: 1853 Elizabeth Anne DAVENPORT.

George
married: 1853 Martha Elizabeth PASSMORE.

Daniel
married: 1854 Mary Ann BYSOUTH.

Bryan
married: 1854 Anne DELANEY.

David
married: 1854 Catherine Frederica COX.

Hugh
married: 1854 Elizabeth HARPER.

Samuel
married: 1854 Ellenor Ann TOMLINSON.

Charles
married: 1854 Elizabeth CANN.

Hugh
married: 1855 Mary LAWLER.

Hyam
married: 1856 Sarah MYERS.

David
married: 1856 Matilda HARVEY.

John
married: 1856 Mary RING.

George
married: 1856 Johanna DALY.

Richard
married: 1856 Mary Ann WIDDESS.

Edward George
married: 1856 Agnes GREAR.

Francis
married: 1856 Margaret DANAHA.

Patrick
married: 1856 Margaret DANAHER.

Josiah
married: 1856 Elizabeth GREVILLE.

Philip
married: 1857 Adelaide ABRAHAMS.

Hyam
married: 1857 Annie Coxwell FORSTER.

Michael
married: 1857 Margaret QUILFOYLE.

Benjamin Charles
married: 1857 Eliza BALL.

Matthew
married: 1857 Bridget QUILLIGAN.

Timothy Herbert
married: 1858 Kate HEALY.

Robert
married: 1859 Hannah SAQUI.

Philip
married: 1859 Alexanea KENNEDY.

Edwin
married: 1859 Sarah Anne BRYANT.

William
married: 1859 Rachel WARD.

John Irwin
married: 1859 Margaret KEARNS.

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

JN 43306

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on 2011-12-07 05:07:19

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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