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HORSBURGH marriages 1853-1904 Victoria Australia

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HORSBURGH marriages 1853-1904 Victoria Australia.

HORSBURGH (males)


James
married: 1853 Janet TAYLOR.

Alexander
married: 1858 Helen CORSTORPHINE.

Alexander
married: 1862 Emelia MOSS.

George
married: 1868 Annie ROSS.

James Cooper
married: 1869 Mary Jane MOORE.

William
married: 1870 Jessie MITCHELL.

David
married: 1872 Annie Maria SHADDOCK.

Robert Henderson
married: 1875 Susannah KITTLE.

James
married: 1880 Matia Elizabeth REID.

Robert
married: 1882 Margaret WATT.

John David
married: 1884 Marion MORTON.

James
married: 1887 Margaret Hannah Baird PORTBURY.

Francis Edward
married: 1893 Emily BARKER.

Arthur Sutherland
married: 1896 Alice Susan HELMORE.

Edmund
married: 1896 Mary Edmonstone PELLING.

David
married: 1899 Agnes Jane ROSSITER.

Arthur James
married: 1901 Alice May WARDLE.

Ernest
married: 1902 Lillias McCallun COCKRANE.

David Henry
married: 1904 Helena Mabel KENT.

Walter George Bish
married: 1904 Carleen Elina LEYTON.

HORSBURGH (females)

Jane
married: 1853 Bruce Todd SPEED.

Helen Crawford
married: 1855 Henry James HAINES.

Mary
married: 1856 James Kennedy SLOANE.

Janet Dinwoodie
married: 1859 John HAMILTON.

Helen
married: 1861 George Thomson DOUGLAS.

Helen
married: 1873 James MCDONALD.

Helen Gain
married: 1886 Christopher Joseph GROVES.

Helen May
married: 1890 David MARSHALL.

Mary
married: 1898 Alan James George PELLING.

Helen Jane
married: 1903 John Francis SULLIVAN.

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

JN 21667

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on 2010-06-03 07:31:30

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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.
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