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ODWYER marriages (males) 1852-1886 Victoria Australia

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ODWYER marriages (males) 1852-1886 Victoria Australia.

ODWYER (males)


Thomas
married: 1852 Ellen ROURKE.

Michael
married: 1853 Elizabeth HARRIS.

Michael
married: 1857 Margaret BOURKE.

Philip J
married: 1858 Mary MCNAMARA.

James
married: 1859 Bridget ROBINSON.

Michael
married: 1859 Margaret POWER.

John
married: 1860 Johanna NEVILLE.

John
married: 1860 Mary DEVANNY.

Thomas
married: 1862 Maria QUINLAN.

Thomas
married: 1863 Mary Ann WEBB.

Patrick
married: 1863 Margaret EARLY.

Angus Macintosh
married: 1864 Bridget Marie FORRESTAL.

John
married: 1864 Martha FRIZELL.

John Fitzpatrick
married: 1866 Margaret MCGRATH.

William
married: 1868 Margaret COMERFORD.

Cornelius
married: 1869 Mary FLYNN.

John
married: 1870 Catherine WALSH.

Thomas
married: 1871 Mary Ann HAYES.

Michael John
married: 1874 Mary Ann MOORE.

Michael
married: 1874 Mary BEGGIN.

William
married: 1876 Margaret MCRAE.

Thomas R
married: 1877 Catherine TEHAN.

Michael
married: 1879 Annie WADE.

Michael
married: 1879 Bridget OCONNELL.

James Francis
married: 1883 Annie Ellis MORONEY.

Patrick
married: 1884 Bridget HAYES.

John
married: 1884 Kate OSULLIVAN.

Martin
married: 1886 Mary OSULLIVAN.

Michael Philip
married: 1886 Catherine Theresa FLANAGAN.

John
married: 1886 Annie Eliza WHITE.

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

JN 44311

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on 2012-01-08 15:54:03

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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