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KINSELLA marriages (females) 1854-1897 Victoria Australia

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KINSELLA marriages (females) 1854-1897 Victoria Australia.

KINSELLA (females)


Maria
married: 1854 Henry GRASS.

Elizabeth
married: 1857 William James WHITE.

Sarah
married: 1858 Archibald TANNER.

Jane
married: 1859 John MOLLOY.

Margaret
married: 1859 Martin RYAN.

Ann
married: 1860 Frederick JOHNSTONE.

Margaret
married: 1863 Patrick MCKINNON.

Mary Ann
married: 1863 Josiah PROUT.

Ann
married: 1864 Denis CULLEN

Bridget
married: 1864 John BREEN. (Registered 1903)

Margaret
married: 1864 James Thomas DURSTON.

Sarah Agnes
married: 1866 Edward Levin LINGBYE.

Catherine
married: 1868 Francis DUFFY.

Eliza Jane
married: 1871 Joseph BURNS.

Mary Jane
married: 1877 Alis Fritz BLOOMFIELD.

Mary Jane
married: 1879 William MARSHALL.

Catherine
married: 1881 Augustus Oliver TABUTEAN.

Martha
married: 1883 Francis WOODS.

Margaret
married: 1883 Henry MARTIN.

Emma
married: 1884 George JACKSON.

Kate
married: 1886 Walter John CARTWRIGHT.

Lily
married: 1888 James COSTELLO.

Mary Ann
married: 1889 John NANGLE.

Carol Gertrude
married: 1890 James LYSAGHT.

Teresa
married: 1890 William FULTON.

Mary Ann
married: 1892 Peter COSGROVE.

Mary
married: 1893 George SIMPSON.

Kathleen Maria
married: 1894 John Henry CLIFFORD.

Mary Ann
married: 1894 John STEEL.

Johanna Teresa
married: 1895 Richard David FLEMING.

Bridget
married: 1897 James HUGHES.

Catherine
married: 1897 David John HODNETT.

Lilian Mary
married: 1897 George Michael BENUSSI.

Maria
married: 1897 John MCCURRY.

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

JN 59729

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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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