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KILPATRICK marriages (males) 1842-1890 Victoria Australia

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KILPATRICK marriages (males) 1842-1890 Victoria Australia.

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


KILPATRICK (males)

George -
married: Carol TROTMAN 1842.

Thomas -
married: Isabella CLARK 1855.

William Henry -
married: Ann Catherine CONNOR 1857.

James -
married: Marjory FRASER 1860.

Robert -
married: Margaret CALDWELL 1861.

Thomas Frederick -
married: Mary Eliza WEBBSTER 1862.

William -
married: Eliza MATTHEWS 1862.

James Ferguson -
married: Euphemia GORDON 1865.

James -
married: Ann LAMONT 1869.

John -
married: Annie SIMMONS 1870.

William John -
married: Maria Brisco CLIFFE 1871.

William George -
married: Josephine Johanna JOHNSON 1872.

Andrew -
married: Christina MCKENZIE 1872.

Hugh -
married: Thirza Louisa WATE 1873.

Francis George -
married: Elizabeth Sophia CLISSOLD 1874.

William Pinkerton -
married: Margaret Jessie NOBLE 1874.

George Edward -
married: Eliza RINTOULL 1875.

Andrew -
married: Mary Ann BYRNS 1877.

Arthur -
married: Selina CALDWELL 1878.

Frederick John -
married: Barbara RINTOULE 1878.

Matthew James -
married: Maysie WEMYSS 1879.

William -
married: Ann PAINE 1879.

Alexander -
married: Mary HARLOCK 1880.

Charles Stirling -
married: Prudence KERR 1882.

Andrew -
married: Letitia Emily MCPHERSON 1888.

Andrew -
married: Isabella DANIEL 1889.

Edward -
married: Mary Ann KNIGHT 1889.

Hugh -
married: Selina LAING 1889.

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on 2011-06-08 06:46:25

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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