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JUDGE marriages 1854-1888 Victoria Australia.

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JUDGE marriages 1854-1888 Victoria Australia.

JUDGE (males)


John
married: Rosanna BRYAN 1854.

Francis
married: Catherine LARKIN 1855.

Patrick Bernard
married: Bridget HOGAN 1860.

Thomas
married: Catherine LEAHY 1861.

George
married: Eliza Ann CRAWLEY 1862.

William
married: Martha BROWNELL 1864.

William Bernard
married: Mary Annie DYER 1868.

James George
married: Margaret Bertie SPENCE 1871.

Peter
married: Mary Jane MCNICHOL 1871.

John
married: Jane MITCHELL 1879.

William Bernard
married: Helena Jane LOCKYER 1883.

William
married: Elizabeth QUARRELL 1885.

Richard Thomas
married: Mary Frances BEVERIDGE 1888.

James Horace
married: Martha Matilda CAMPBELL 1888.

JUDGE (females)

Ann
married: Edward BROWN 1854.

Ann
married: George HANSTY 1855.

Mary Ann
married: Francis MANCELL 1855.

Ellen
married: Henry TRELIVING 1855.

Margaret
married: David BIRRELL 1856.

Jane
married: Samuel DEMPSTER 1860.

Elizabeth Clare
married: Charles SARGENT 1861.

Jane
married: James BELL 1861.

Sarah Eliza Collis
married: William Henry TYACK 1867.

Virginia Mary
married: William CAREY 1871.

Julia
married: James HOLT 1871.

Frances
married: Thomas MURPHY 1871.

Mary Jane
married: Charles HULME 1872.

Emily Hollis
married: James NEILSON 1873.

Jane Victoria
married: Richard Henry MARTIN 1875.

Martha
married: James WATT 1875.

Louisa Ann
married: Henri STOEBENER 1876.

Emma
married: Joshua OLDFIELD 1880.

Zillah Rae
married: Harry Maples WEST 1882.

Helen Murray K
married: George ALEXANDER 1886.

Lizzie Hollis
married: Edwin Charles EDMONDS 1886.

Catherine Bridget
married: John BRENNAN 1888.

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

JN 33014

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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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