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HOCKING marriages (males) 1864-1876 Victoria Australia

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HOCKING marriages (males) 1864-1876 Victoria Australia.

HOCKING (males)


Jacob
married: 1864 Mary TREZISE.

James
married: 1865 Mary Amelia CORNNOW.

John
married: 1866 Jane BROMLEY.

James
married: 1866 Mary DONELLIN.

John Bennett
married: 1866 Elizabeth Cox STEVENS.

Richard
married: 1867 Miriam PITCHER.

George
married: 1867 Elizabeth Mary HOCKING.

Nicholas
married: 1867 Jane HOCKING.

William
married: 1868 Catherine COX.

Richard
married: 1868 Mary Ann NICHOLLS.

Thomas Casley
married: 1868 Lavinia MITCHELL.

James
married: 1869 Sarah Jane ROSCROW.

George
married: 1869 Emma COOPER.

Richard
married: 1869 Mary CARNE.

Thomas
married: 1869 Wellmet GRENFELL.

Thomas
married: 1870 Sarah LEVER.

John
married: 1871 Ann CHRISTIE.

Samuel
married: 1871 Ellen BONNEY.

Benjamin
married: 1871 Catherine HARRIS.

Richard
married: 1871 Elizabeth FISHER.

William
married: 1872 Elizabeth Ann BUTSON.

Edward Burkshire Kin
married: 1872 Margaretta WOOTTEN.

John
married: 1872 Mary Jane TREMBATH.

Joseph
married: 1873 Mary Jane PEAK.

John
married: 1874 Lucretia BEAR.

Edward
married: 1874 Annie STEPHENS.

William Stephens
married: 1875 Annie Elizabeth MOYLE.

Richard
married: 1875 Clara PIKE.

John
married: 1875 Mary RYAN.

Joseph
married: 1876 Martha Ann GRENFELL.

Richard
married: 1876 Alice Thomas MATTHEWS.

Nathaniel Pearce
married: 1876 Margaret Cedela KIRBY.

George
married: 1876 Elizabeth Mary ALLISON.

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

JN 58780

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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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