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CORKERY marriages New Zealand 1865 - 1930

Journal by ngairedith

known CORKERY marriages in New Zealand 1867 - 1929:


the CORKERY GROOMS

Denis Corkery
- married Anne Reddy in 1875

Denis Corkery
- married Grace Poole Arthur in 1910

Dennis Corkery
- married Rosaline May Goddard in 1928

Edward Corkery
- married Sarah Tompsett in 1911

Gerald William Corkery
- married Helena Agnes Sullivan in 1927

James Corkery
- married Mary Williams McLauchlan in 1912

James Corkery
- married Hannah Mulcahy in 1914

John Corkery
- married Minnie Bobs in 1884

John Corkery
- married Agnes Susan Gregan 1916

John Thomas Corkery
- married Theresa Kathleen Sullivan in 1921

Leslie Harold Corkery
- married Edna Lenna May Setford in 1929

Maurice Corkery
- married Mary Anne Dorgan in 1916

Maurice Joseph Corkery
- married Kathleen Jean Sharp in 1924

Patrick Corkery
- married Ruth Spackman in 1867

Thomas Corkery
- married Norah Theresa Coffey in 1902

Thomas Patrick Corkery
- married Ellen Mary McAuliff in 1919



the CORKERY BRIDES

Alyce Corkery
- married Ernest Frederick Lowe in 1915

Annie Corkery
married Robert Henderson in 1895

Bridget Corkery
- married Edmund Bourke in 1873

Bridgett Corkery
- married William Dormer in 1871

Catherine Corkery
- married Guetairu Alexanda Smith in 1882

Elizabeth Corkery
- married Thomas Albert Lake in 1865

Ellen Corkery
- married Martin Brophy in 1875

Ellen Ann Corkery
- married William Hodgetts in 1900

Ellen Mary Corkery
- married Lindo Perry in 1921

Katherine Corkery
- married Oliver Stark in 1917

Margaret Corkery
- married Andrew McDowell in 1892

Margaret Corkery
- married William Thomas Perriam in 1909

Margaret Florence Corkery
- married Jeremiah O'Connell in 1912

Maria Corkery
- married James E Hodgetts in 1901

Mollie Veronica Corkery
- married James Fitzpatrick in 1930

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on 2011-07-23 08:37:18

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