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HOLLOWAY marriages (females) 1843-1885 Victoria Australia

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HOLLOWAY marriages (females) 1843-1885 Victoria Australia.

HOLLOWAY (females)


Elizabeth
married: 1843 David CALDERWOOD.

Martha
married: 1848 William WILLIAMS.

Jane
married: 1852 Frederick Edgar August WARMAN.

Ann James
married: 1852 Frederick WEEDON.

Hannah
married: 1853 Edward MILES.

Emily
married: 1856 Alfred FOULKES.

Hannah
married: 1856 Abraham BOOTH.

Elizabeth
married: 1856 Samuel HAYES.

Mary Ann
married: 1857 Henry HOLMES.

Catherine
married: 1857 George EGAN.

Sarah
married: 1858 George SEWARD.

Martha
married: 1859 William MCKAY.

Mary Ann
married: 1859 Ellis REYNOLDS.

Eliza
married: 1864 James Henry HUGHES.

Martha Eleanor
married: 1865 George STANBURY.

Rachel
married: 1865 James APPOO.

Julia Jane
married: 1869 James BOYD.

Ann
married: 1871 James Jones WATSFORD.

Georgina
married: 1874 James Charles JOHNSTON.

Mary Jane
married: 1875 Benjamin CUNNINGHAM.

Helen Jane
married: 1875 Robert Edward MCCANN.

Ellen Elizabeth
married: 1876 Charles George CHARLTON.

Mary Matilda
married: 1879 Henry GREEN.

Eliza Ann
married: 1880 Wilson MISCAMBLE.

Julia Anna
married: 1881 Robert Alexander ALLISON.

Sarah Ann
married: 1882 Henry Alfred PARRISH.

Emily Amy
married: 1882 Samuel BENNETT.

Jessie
married: 1882 Charles John BARROW.

Anne Mary
married: 1882 Edward Daniel HILL.

Florence Loura
married: 1883 John QULD.

Ada Sarah Mary
married: 1883 alfred LORDING.

Amy Elizabeth
married: 1883 Francis Richard RUSSELL.

Emma
married: 1885 Henry AMNER.

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

JN 42741

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on 2011-11-13 21:04:25

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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