LESLIE marriages (males) 1848-1885 Victoria Australia
LESLIE marriages (males) 1848-1885 Victoria Australia.
married: 1848 Mary Anne MASH.
married: 1854 Margaret FOTHERINGHAM.
married: 1854 Annie Moreton TUNSTALL.
married: 1856 Sarah WILLIAMS.
married: 1856 Margaret MELVILLE.
married: 1856 Elizabeth Harriet WATSON.
married: 1857 Catherine WHITE.
married: 1858 Janet FINLAYSON.
married: 1859 Sarah SAYERS.
married: 1859 Magdalene MUIR.
married: 1860 Mary Anne MONAGHAN.
married: 1860 Amelia SUTTON.
married: 1861 Lydia WILKINS.
married: 1862 Mary Ann LESLIE.
married: 1862 Annie GLASSOW.
married: 1863 Catherine WEIR.
married: 1866 Mary MCLEAN.
married: 1870 Sarah WATSON.
married: 1870 Mary Ann LAWFORD.
married: 1870 Margaret SIMPSON.
married: 1872 Janet CUNNINGHAM.
married: 1872 Mary Isabella CODLING.
married: 1873 Emma HIATT.
married: 1873 Mary LIVINGSTON.
married: 1873 Margaret DRAFFIN.
married: 1874 Sarah ARMSTRONG.
married: 1874 Rabenea NEILSON.
married: 1875 Mary ROWETT.
married: 1875 Amy Matilda RIMMER.
married: 1876 Mary DEVLIN.
married: 1876 Jane CAMERON.
married: 1877 Ellen WORK.
married: 1878 Jane Martha DE GROOT.
married: 1879 Annie Barley ELLIOTT.
married: 1880 Catherine CARTER.
married: 1881 Elizabeth DAVIDSON.
married: 1881 Elizabeth Jane ANDERSON.
married: 1882 Clara COOPER.
married: 1882 Mary Margaret HANNA.
married: 1883 Sarah EDWARDS.
married: 1883 Annie PANGBOURNE.
married: 1884 Margaret BARNETT.
married: 1884 Hannah Elizabeth HOPKINSON.
married: 1884 Julia FLYNN.
married: 1885 Helen CARTER.
married: 1885 Jane WHITSON.
married: 1885 Eliza Jane HERON.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the LESLIE lines.
on 2012-02-28 21:28:28
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.