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NOLAN marriages (females) 1851-1884 South Australia

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NOLAN marriages (females) 1851-1884 South Australia.

NOLAN (females)


Dorah
married: 1851 Patrick MAHON.

Hannah
married: 1852 George BENNETT.

Teresa
married: 1856 William MCNAMEE.

Margaret
marrued: 1856 Edmund TORPEY.

Harriett
married: 1856 John NOLAN.

Jane
married: 1856 Thomas STEWART.

Mary
married: 1857 Mark COLEMAN.

Mary
married: 1857 James ALEXANDER.

Bridget
married: 1859 Patrick SCANLAN.

Catherine
married: 1859 Daniel HANLEY.

Sarah
married: 1859 James DALEY.

Catherine
married: 1860 Patrick DWYER.

Catherine
married: 1862 Michael CRITCHLEY.

Margaret
married: 1862 John MCCOMBE.

Mary
married: 1862 Charles Frederick TANNER.

Mary Anne
married: 1862 John KILLICOAT.

Mary
married: 1862 John BOYNE.

Mary
married: 1863 Edward WILLIAMS.

Rose
married: 1864 Henry MARCH.

Anne
married: 1864 Thomas CONWAY.

May
married: 1865 Thomas FOYNES.

Mary
married: 1868 James YOUNG.

Mary
married: 1869 James MCGRATH.

Annie
married: 1869 Andrew CLARKE.

Anne
married: 1871 Michael MCMAHON.

Katherine
married: 1876 Benjamin WILLIAMS.

Margaret
married: 1878 Dennis KILEY.

Maria
married: 1879 Joseph NOLAN.

Agnes
married: 1880 Edward LARKEY.

Catherine
married: 1881 James JULIAN.

Christina
married: 1883 Stephen JOHNSTON.

Katherine
married: 1883 Samuel Alexander MOORE.

Sarah
married: 1884 William Edward WHITEHORNE.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the NOLAN lines.

JN 42100

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on 2011-11-02 04:37:51

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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.

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