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JOHNSON marriages 1852-1853 Victoria Australia

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JOHNSON marriages 1852-1853 Victoria Australia.

JOHNSON (males)


Edward
married: Mary Ann ARCHBOLD 1852.

Edward Alfred
married: Bridget KELLY 1852.

Robert Peckering Augustin
married: Bridget CAIN 1852.

William
married: Sarah WALKER 1852.

Robert
married: Anne KELLY 1852.

William
married: Elizabeth MARCH 1852.

Joseph
married: Winifred FITZGERALD 1852.

Thomas
married: Martha GREEN 1853.

Martin
married: Elizabeth MURPHY 1853.

William
married: Ann Jane ELLIS 1853.

William
married: Eliza CONRWELL 1853.

James
married: Catherine CLUSE 1853.

Philip
married: Sarah REEVES 1853.

William
married: Harriet PAYSON 1853.

William
married: Jane LOCH 1853.

William Joshua
married: Julia DALY 1853.

Henry
married: Margaret HAMILTON 1853.

Henry
married: Mary HALDANE 1853.

George
married: Mary Jane HENSHELL 1853.

William
married: Theresa REDMOND 1853.

James
married: Catherine CLUSE 1853.

James
married: Amelia COLEMAN 1853.

Peter
married: Elizabeth Catherine CUMMINS 1853.

JOHNSON (females)

Carol
married: John Benjamin SLATER 1852.

Letitia
married: Jeremiah CADDELL 1852.

Louisa Elizabeth
married: Thomas George GOODWIN 1852.

Eliza
married: Robert HERBERT 1853.

Letitia
married: John PARKINSON 1853.

Catherine
married: Joseph WRAY 1853.

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

JN 28778

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on 2011-01-23 19:30:23

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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