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KILMARTIN marriages 1887-1910 Victoria Australia

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KILMARTIN marriages 1887-1910 Victoria Australia.

KILMARTIN (males)


John
married: 1890 Annie WALSH.

William Joseph
married: 1890 Ellen Maria DWYER.

Simon
married: 1891 Margaret MUNDAY.

John
married: 1892 Bridget Katherine WHYBROW.

James Michael
married: 1896 Bertha RAINBOW.

John David
married: 1896 Rachel DUNDY.

Patrick
married: 1897 Theresa MORAND.

Thomas Gerald
married: 1897 Margaret Theresa BOURKE.

Joihn
married: 1898 Margaret BEACH.

Michael Francis
married: 1898 Annie Florence RYAN.

Michael
married: 1899 Euphemia Mary BROMLEY.

William
married: 1899 Mary DONOGHUE.

John
married: 1901 Margaret TOOHEY.

Thomas
married: 1901 Julia DALY.

James
married: 1902 Mary DWYER.

James
married: 1903 Ada Mary SMYTHE.

Albert Dominick
married: 1907 Catherine Marie KELLY.

George
married: 1907 Mary Jane DORNEY.

Thomas
married: 1908 Catherine PECK.

Denis
married: 1909 Catherine MCCLELLAND.

James
married: 1910 Hanora MURPHY.

KILMARTIN (females)

Ellen
married: 1887 William James TRIM.

Mary Ann
married: 1888 Oliaf OLSEN.

Susan
married: 1888 William James JULIFF.

Eliza
married: 1889 Thomas LOGAN.

Helen
married: 1890 Michael MCGRATH.

Catherine
married: 1891 William FAHEY.

Helen
married: 1891 Terence MEEHAN.

Mary
married: 1891 Jeremiah MARKMAN.

Margaret
married: 1892 Charles PRITCHARD.

Catherine
married: 1894 Conrad HAUSER.

Catherine
married: 1899 John CURTIS.

Maggie
married: 1905 Thomas Plunkett HAYES.

Mary
married: 1909 Ernest WALSH.

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

JN 59692

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