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HODGES marriages (females) 1842-1879 Victoria Australia

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HODGES marriages (females) 1842-1879 Victoria Australia.

HODGES (females)


Louise Lenox
married: 1842 David REES.

Phoebe
married: 1852 James TEMPLE.

Elizabeth
married: 1855 Samuel HOLDSWORTH.

Sylvia
married: 1855 Richard LIVING.

Emma Maria
married: 1857 John EARLY.

Caroline Jane
married: 1858 James George WALLERS.

Elizabeth Julia
married: 1858 John TRELOAR.

Anne
married: 1858 Alexander TAYLOR.

Adelaide
married: 1858 Charles Henry SWAIN.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1859 John William Joseph GUTIERREZ.

Amelia Rosa
married: 1859 Henry Bryan Ware CHAPPLE.

Elizabeth
married: 1860 Charles HURST.

Catherine
married: 1861 Patrick DOHERTY.

Pheby
married: 1862 Henry CROCKER.

Elizabeth
married: 1863 William Penn HAMILTON.

Louisa
married: 1864 William MAIN.

Ann Elizabeth
married: 1864 Arthur Charles KENNY.

Caroline
married: 1865 William TANSCHKE.

Mary Jane
married: 1866 Cornelius Thomas CROTTY.

Emma Elizabeth
married: 1867 Augustus Harris PURCELL.

Rebecca
married: 1867 Frederick William HODGES.

Selina H
married: 1868 George SCOTT.

Mary Jane
married: 1868 Richard RULE.

Ann
married: 1869 Henry HEMINGWAY.

Cecilia
married: 1872 Hugh MCPHERSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 Arthur Wellesley Wellington EDWARDS.

Annie
married: 1873 Charles ROWBOTTOM.

Emma Louisa
married: 1873 Robert WILLIAMSON.

Bridget
married: 1875 John LYONS.

Charlotte Alice
married: 1875 Frederick Alonzo HOLLAND.

Eva
married: 1876 William BILLING.

Maria
married: 1876 John TAYLOR.

Charlotte
married: 1877 Benjamin CLARKE.

Fanny
married: 1879 William GIBSON.

Harriet
married: 1879 James William HATTON.

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

JN 59584

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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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