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OREILLY marriages (males) 1883-1900 Victoria Australia

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OREILLY marriages (males) 1883-1900 Victoria Australia.


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


OREILLY (males)

James
married: 1883 Ellen SHANNON.

John
married: 1883 Isabella KELLY.

Cornelius
married: 1883 Susan LAMBERT.

Edward
married: 1883 Mary Ann LEGG.

James
married: 1884 Mary Theresa DOYLE.

Charles Philip
married: 1884 Kate SIMPSON.

Terence
married: 1884 Bridget PHELAN.

William
married: 1885 Sarah Ann LAMBERT.

James
married: 1885 Ellen NEWMAN.

Bryan Robert
married: 1886 Mary Jane JOYCE.

James
married: 1887 Maria RYAN.

Patrick
married: 1888 Mary DUGGAN.

James
married: 1888 Elizabeth ANDERSON.

Edward
married: 1889 Ellen Jane DOUGLAS.

Philip
married: 1889 Anne JOHNSON.

Philip
married: 1889 Elizabeth LYNCH.

John
married: 1890 Mary Anne BRADY.

Patrick
married: 1890 Margaret Caldwell BLACKWOOD.

John
married: 1891 Annie DELANY.

Michael James Herbert
married: 1891 Annie Louisa MORRALL.

Thomas Wilfred
married: 1891 Catherine MCGINLEY.

Myles Beresford
married: 1892 Sarah Ann Frances BERGIN.

Patrick
married: 1892 Mary Jane BURGOYNE.

Henry Patrick
married: 1893 Susannah BARR.

Richard
married: 1893 Mary SHEEHAN.

Owen Stirling
married: 1894 Selina WRATHALL.

Michael
married: 1896 Elizabeth VANAVAN.

Thomas
married: 1898 Minnie WALSH.

James Blackwood
married: 1899 Emma SANDISON.

Philip Joseph
married: 1899 Louisa Marion Veronica MICHEL.

Alfred James
married: 1900 Margaret SHEEHAN.

James
married: 1900 Annie POWDERLY.

William
married: 1900 Margaret HODSMAN.

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on 2012-01-04 00:10:45

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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