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JACKSON marriages (females) 1840-1856 Victoria Australia

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JACKSON marriages (females) 1840-1856 Victoria Australia.

JACKSON (males)


Bridget
married: 1840 Thomas HOOD.

Auguste
married: 1842 Archibald GRANT.

Isabella
married: 1848 Thomas RICHARDS.

Eliza
married: 1850 Richard MATTHEWS.

Mary Ann
married: 1850 Samuel KING.

Susanna
married: 1851 Frederick Thomas CADMAN.

Eliza
married: 1852 James FITZMORRIS.

Rosanna
married: 1852 Charles ALBERT.

Margaret
married: 1852 Andrew ADAMS.

Margaret
married: 1852 William RITCHIE.

Hannah
married: 1852 Henry BRANSTON.

Jane
married: 1852 William FRASER.

Anne
married: 1853 Owsley COCKBURN.

Frances
married: 1853 William WILDEN.

Henrietta
married: 1854 James Jamieson IRVING.

Elizabeth
married: 1854 Joseph BIRKETT.

Bridget
married: 1854 James PARRETT.

Mary
married: 1855 William Henry MONK.

Elenor Hannah
married: 1855 James DOWKER.

Charlotte
married: 1855 William MILLING.

Elizabeth
married: 1855 frederick James RUTHERFORD.

Caroline
married: 1855 Charles MIDDLETON.

Hanah Eleanor
married: 1855 William Henry BAKER.

Eliza Ann
married: 1855 Henry JONES.

Sarah Maria
married: 1855 John WILSON.

Helen
married: 1855 John YOUNG.

Ann
married: 1856 Henry KNEEBONE.

Sarah
married: 1856 Quinton SLOSS.

Martha Brierley
married: 1856 John WILLIAMS.

Ellen
married: 1856 John VOGT.

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

JN 43503

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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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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