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OAKLEY marriages (females) 1844-1910 South Australia

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OAKLEY marriages (females) 1844-1910 South Australia.

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


OAKLEY (females)

Mary
1844 William Henry RUSH.

Mary Ann
married: 1846 Frederick TOLLESON.

Mary Ann
married: 1849 Philip SMITH.

Susannah
married: 1853 William CURRIE.

Susannah
married: 1855 Manuel George CHARLES.

Ann
married: 1859 William DIXON.

Annie
married: 1861 Joseph CUMMINGS.

Amelia
married: 1864 James HOBBS.

Elizabeth
married: 1867 Thomas OBRIEN.

Charlotte
married: 1868 George William PIERCE.

Susannah
married: 1872 George TOOP.

Susannah
married: 1873 Robert ELLIOTT.

Jane Ann
married: 1876 William KANALEY.

Jane
married: 1877 Henry COLLINS.

Sophia
married: 1880 William WINDER.

Amelia Mary
married: 1881 Daniel PIKE.

Catherine
married: 1882 Joseph ANTONI.

Mary Ann
married: 1883 John COLLINS.

Alice
married: 1885 John HENLEY.

Margaret
married: 1887 George WHITE.

Caroline Matilda
married: 1887 Andrew DUNMILL.

Mary
married: 1887 Thomas Hamlyn LANG.

Eliza Sarah
married: 1892 Henry Ernest MARKS.

Mary
married: 1894 George John RAYNER.

Susannah Elizabeth
married: 1896 Melville John CONNOR.

Emma Florence
married: 1896 Walter Radcliff FARRANT.

Eliza Jane
married: 1899 Thomas Henry BARNETT.

Elizabeth
married: 1900 Francis Parker BADCOCK.

Annie
married: 1902 Sydney Lewington MITCHELL.

Clare Lilly
married: 1905 John CONNOR.

Emily Alice
married: 1906 Frederick Walter WAIT.

Eliza May
married: 1907 Arthur Stanley HAINES.

Alice Maud
married: 1909 James WRIGHT.

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on 2011-09-20 21:42:38

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.

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