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JESSOP marriages 1841-1888 Victoria Australia

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JESSOP marriages 1841-1888 Victoria Australia.

Males


George.
Married: Bridget HORAN 1841.

Alfred.
Married: Sarah NIXON 1856.

Thomas.
Married: Esther BUCKWELL 1857.

William.
Married: Sarah Ann PRINCE 1857.

John.
Married: Jane DOHERTY 1858.

Samuel Penrose.
Married: Mary Elizabeth SHANNON 1860.

George.
Married: Caroline WHITE 1861.

John Shilletto.
Married: Sarah Ann BROWN 1863.

Samuel.
Married: Esther COOTE 1863.

Henry.
Married: Mary Jane LITTLE 1869.

George.
Married: Mary DEANE 1870.

Edmund James.
Married: Caroline NEWEY 1875.

Thomas James.
Married: Marsha Ann NEWTON 1879.

Joseph.
Married: Lucy SHEARMAN 1881.

Lawrence Joseph.
Married: Ellen Josephine MAHONY 1883.

Samuel Penrose.
Married: Florence BLUNDELL 1884.

Richard Nixon.
Married: Elizabeth Catherine MACDONALD 1888.

Females

Sarah.
Married: John William RICHARDS 1861.

Sarah.
Married: John MCKENZIE 1863.

Deborah.
Married: Samuel CONNELL 1869.

Agnes Marion.
Married: August Gustav Hinric HILLERMANN 1976.

Mary.
Married: Thomas HAIGH 1874.

Sarah Mitchell.
Married: William Duncan CLARK 1876.

Margaret Elizabeth.
Married: Thomas Edward DAVIS 1877.

Jane.
Married: Samuel SMITH 1880.

Deborah Jane.
Married: Austen John GREEN 1881.

Carol Ann.
Married: Harry WARD 1883. (Registered 1884)

Sarah Jane.
Married: Samuel SWANTON 1883.

Isabella Martha.
Married: Frederick DOWNER 1888.

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

JN 68771

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