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HEATH marriages (males) 1850-1890 South Australia

Journal by tonkin

HEATH marriages 1850-1890 South Australia.

Males


John
Married: Louisa COUNSELL 1850.

Charles
Married: Sarah TOMEN 1852.

William
Married: Elizabeth Jane CORNISH 1860.

Charles
Married: Harriet PERRY 1861.

Thomas
Married: Ellen EVANS 1862.

David
Married: Hannah BUTTERFIELD 1863.

William
Married: Anna Maria MEASURE 1864.

Alfred
Married: Emma Elizabeth HOGG 1866.

Charles
Married: Louisa LAXTON 1867.

Robert Andrew
Married: Isabella OLIPHANT 1868.

John
Married: Elizabeth WELCH 1869.

Edwin James
Married: Lucy RIGAND 1870.

Charles Francis
Married: Olive Emily STOKE 1873.

Henry Hamlyn
Married: Catherine CONWAY 1875.

Edmund
Married: Charlotte Ellen PATTERSON 1875.

Benjamin James
Married: Margaret FORREST 1876.

George
Married: Elizabeth CAVANAGH 1876.

Charles
Married: Ellen Jane PLAISTED 1881.

Thomas John
Married: Lizzette Marie DUQUEMIN 1881.

William
Married: Mary Jane TAYLOR 1884.

John
Married: Mary LILLIA 1884.

Alfred
Married: Margaret SORAGHAN 1884.

William
Married: Catherine HERBERT 1885.

John Ford
Married: Elizabeth Jane LINES 1887.

Henry Samuel
Married: Mary Mitchell MAY 1887.

Edward
Married: Mary Ann SUMMERTON 1887.

Albert Robert
Married: Magdalena Mathea NISSEN 1888.

John
Married: Mary Ann TAYLOR 1889.

Egbert
Married: Ellen JONES 1890.

Compiled from the South Australian Marrriage Indexes to assist other researching the HEATH lines.

JN 66333

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