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HOBBS marriages (males) 1843-1877 Victoria Australia

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HOBBS marriages (males) 1843-1877 Victoria Australia.

HOBBS (males)


Abadiah
married: 1843 Mary MCCANNON.

William
married: 1843 Alicia LIDWELL.

Thomas
married: 1848 Elizabeth MCNAMARA.

Hudson Gurney
married: 1853 Eliza MURPHY.

Thomas
married: 1855 Jane ROBERTS.

John
married: 1855 Mary Jane MCQUILTY.

Alfred
married: 1856 Marion LECKIE.

William Sydney
married: 1856 Eliza CARSON.

Abraham
married: 1857 Harriett MARTIN.

Joseph
married: 1857 Fanny SEAR.

John
married: 1859 Catherine CASEY.

John
married: 1859 Jane DEAKIN.

Henry
married: 1860 Eliza Jane NESBITT.

Abraham
married: 1860 Catherine MURPHY.

Henry
married: 1862 Jessie HARVEY.

Alfred Emly
married: 1864 Mary Eleanor RAWLINSON.

Leonard Rawlinson
married: 1864 Mary DONOVAN.

James Joseph
married: 1864 Mary Isabel DOUGHTY.

Thomas
married: 1864 Hannah ASHBY.

George
married: 1865 Louisa WYATT.

Mark
married: 1869 Ann JOHN.

John William
married: 1870 Elizabeth BENNINGTON.

Patrick
married: 1870 Catherine ASHBY.

George
married: 1871 Johanna DONOHOO.

John
married: 1871 Isabella GREENWOOD.

John
married: 1872 Kate RANDLE.

Frederick Singleton
married: 1874 Mary Jane WITHINGTON.

Joseph
married: 1876 Lucy BASSETT.

Joshua
married: 1876 Fanny SMART.

John
married: 1877 Eleanor ADAMS.

James Joseph
married: 1877 Emma LOW.

John Edward
married: 1877 Margaret Euphemia SMITH.

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

JN 58460

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Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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