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KING marriages 1841-1852 Victoria Australia

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KING marriages 1841-1852 Victoria Australia.

KING (males)


Patrick
married: 1841 Ann DONOUGHOE.

William
married: 1841 Esther MCGUIRE.

James
married: 1841 Maria SULLIVAN.

Oliver
married: 1842 Elizabeth THOMPSON.

Charles
married: 1843 Catherine RYAN.

Thomas
married: 1845 Margaret RYAN.

Thomas
married: 1846 Ellen CALNON.

Emanuel
married: 1848 Anne BROWNHILL.

Robert
married: 1848 Mary RYAN.

Thomas
married: 1849 Jane BLACK.

Henry
married: 1849 Mary Ann NOURSE.

William
married: 1850 Maria LAIDLOW.

John Henry
married: 1850 Catherine BOYLAN.

Samuel
married: 1850 Mary Ann JACKSON.

James
married: 1851 Susanna ORILEY.

William Myers
married: 1851 Mary LILLAS.

William
married: 1851 Ellen NUGENT.

Joseph
married: 1851 Susan Janetta BURTON.

Alfred
married: 1852 Honora HALARAN.

William
married: 1852 Sarah BEVAN.

James
married: 1852 Jane ANDERSON.

Edmond
married: 1852 Alice ARSTALL.

William
married: 1852 Mary PERCIVAL.

Michael
married: 1852 Mary CARROLL.

KING (females)

Ann
married: 1843 George CUMMINGS.

Rachel
married: 1845 William MITTON.

Mary Ann
married: 1848 James HEADEN.

Fanny
married: 1850 Edward HILLS.

Martha
married: 1850 Michael CASEY.

Martha
married: 1850 James BAILEY.

Sarah Ann
married: 1851 John SHAW.

Martha
married: 1852 James WHITE.

Hannah
married: 1852 Thomas ROE.

Mary Ann
married: 1852 George Morgan RUTTLEY.

Mary Ann
married: 1852 John STANLEY.

Mary Ann
married: 1852 John FOSTER.

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

JN 28597

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on 2011-01-18 20:26:28

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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