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BLACK marriages (females) 1842-1857 Victoria Australia

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BLACK marriages 1842-1857 Victoria Australia.

BLACK (females)

Eleanor Sinclair Cam
married: 1842 George CHAMP.

Margaret Ann
married: 1844 Joseph John Burnett CLEARY.

Sarah Jane
married: 1844 James MATTHEWS.

Ellen
married: 1848 William WATT.

Rachel
married: 1848 Samuel POLLETT.

Elizabeth Hyndman
married: 1848 Edward James HOGG.

Mary Eliza
married: 1849 Wesley BOUCHER.

Jane
married: 1849 Thomas KING.

Sarah
married: 1849 William LATTA.

Helen
married: 1850 William WATTS.

Harriet
married: 1851 William FIRTH.

Matilda
married: 1851 Andrew MATTHEWS.

Catherine
married: 1851 Neil MCINNES.

Agnes
married: 1852 James JONES.

Esther
married: 1852 Thomas FRANCIS.

Sarah Ann
married: 1852 John MOTHERWAY.

Margaret
married: 1853 George SWADESIR.

Catherine
married: 1853 Thomas FLEMING.

Margaret
married: 1853 Joseph LINACRE.

Isabella
married: 1853 John WEAVIS.

Mary
married: 1854 John JONES.

Mary
married: 1854 David MCFARLANE.

Isabella
married: 1854 William MACPHERSON.

Susan
married: 1854 Arthur Hodgson ROWLANDSON.

Jane
married: 1854 John CAMPBELL.

Margaret
married: 1855 Ferdinand Nichol ROSENSTENGEL.

Helen
married 1855 Thomas GREEN.

Mary
married: 1856 Guerin BIENVEND.

Margaret
married: 1857 Andrew MCHARG.

Elizabeth
married: 1857 William WHEELENS.

Jane
married: 1857 William STEVENSON.

Charlotte
married: 1857 John TAIT.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1857 Samuel WARNOCK.

Catherine
married: 1857 John MCSYMIN.

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

JN 24224

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on 2010-09-13 23:20:07

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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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