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MCGOWAN marriages (females) 1852-1887 Victoria Australia

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MCGOWAN marriages (females) 1852-1887 Victoria Australia.

MCGOWAN (females)


Mary
married: 1852 John ROCHE.

Ellen
married: 1852 Robert CARDEN.

Fanny Millicent
married: 1853 Henry WHITE.

Anne
married: 1853 Patrick MCMANUS.

Jane
married: 1856 William Burnett ELLIOTT.

Anna
married: 1860 Robert HENRY.

Jane
married: 1861 George YEELLEY.

Cecelia
married: 1861 James Anderson CASSIDY.

Catherine
married: 1864 Bernard ROGERS.

Isabella
married: 1864 James DOWDALL.

Mary Laura Eliza
married: 1864 Allan Epiphany MCDOUGALL.

Sophia
married: 1868 David Augustus CROSSEN.

Margaret Teresa
married: 1870 Richard John OKEEFFE.

Helen
married: 1872 Thomas CALCOTT.

Jane
married: 1873 Daniel FERGUSON.

Isabella
married: 1874 John William WALTER.

Mary Ann
married: 1874 John Charles Gustaff MOEBUS.

Hannah Stewart
married: 1876 William BUTLER.

Hannah Cameron
married: 1880 Pryce BIRCH.

Mary
married: 1880 Andrew SOUTHERLAND.

Mary Anne
married: 1881 Matthew RILEY.

Jane
married: 1881 Edward TANSWELL.

Esther Jane
married: 1882 William BUSWELL.

Margaret Ann
married: 1883 Thomas Thomas TANSWELL.

Esther
married: 1884 John William MULLER.

Alice Louisa
married: 1884 William Lowes LEMPRIERE.

Mary
married: 1884 James LEYDEN.

Margaret Jane
married: 1885 Thomas CUMMING.

Elizabeth
married: 1886 David Kay MCFADYEN.

Martha Elizabeth
married: 1886 Howard John CARR.

Elizabeth
married: 1887 William WELSH.

Ellen
married: 1887 William ROONEY.

Jane
married: 1887 Alfred Tonkin BRINE.

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

JN 32838

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on 2011-05-16 06:00:40

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected.
Errors will be corrected when detected.

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