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KENNEDY marriages (males) 1846-1872 South Australia

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KENNEDY marriages (males) 1846-1872 South Australia.

KENNEDY (males)


David
married: 1846 Christina LINN.

William
married: 1850 Eliza Sida STRANGE.

James
married: 1851 Catherine LYNCH.

Simon
married: 1851 Susan HOPPER.

Edward
married: 1851 Catherine KEMPLE.

Timothy
married: 1854 Mary HAGARTY.

John
married: 1856 Ellen MORRISSY.

Patrick
married: 1857 Catherine CLIFTON.

Patrick
married: 1857 Honora HAWLEY.

John
married: 1857 Bridget FOX.

John
married: 1858 Bridget FORD.

Patrick
married: 1858 Bridget DOYLE.

Denis
married: 1860 Catherine COGHLAN.

Michael
married: 1861 Elizabeth HANAHAN.

John
married: 1861 Bridget HENCHY.

William
married: 1862 Catherine MCMASTER.

Matthew
married: 1862 Bridget LYNCH.

Edward
married: 1863 Sarah KEOGH.

William
married: 1865 Mary ANDERSON.

John William
married: 1865 Frances CROUCH.

John
married: 1865 Anne Mary SUTTON.

Thomas
married: 1867 Margaret OCONNELL.

Robert
married: 1867 Janet Williams FREW.

Alexander
married: 1867 Elizabeth COUCH.

Michael
married: 1869 Catherine KELLEY.

Richard
married: 1870 Kate HEALEY.

Joseph
married: 1871 Mary Jane MACDONALD.

Daniel Fiddess
married: 1871 Isabella LITTLE.

John Stephen
married: 1872 Mary DILLON.

Frederick Wallage
married: 1872 Mary Catherine MIDDLETON.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the KENNEDY lines.

JN 41062

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on 2011-09-17 08:21:07

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Please note. 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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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