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PEACHEY marriages 1857-1900 Victoria Australia

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PEACHEY marriages 1857-1900 Victoria Australia.

Males


John.
Married: Louisa BOND 1860.

Charles.
Married: Louisa Charlotte LEYHOUISA 1863.

George.
Married: Rachel DUKES 1867.

William.
Married: Mary Ann MEZGER 1867.

Henry.
Married: Isabella SEYMOUR 1868.

Robert Duncan.
Married: Elizabeth MORTON 1869.

John.
Married: Alice GORRY 1887.

Stephen George William.
Married: Florence Robina WATT 1890.

James.
Married: Annie Maria BAKER 1891.

John.
Married: Nellie PRUNTY 1895.

William.
Married: Esther A FEAVER 1898.

Henry.
Married: Mary Ann WATT 1900.

Females

Sarah.
Married: Thomas MORRIS 1857.

Jane.
Married: James BURTON 1859.

Caroline.
Married: Robert CONDRON 1863.

Emily Sarah.
Married: Reuben WARNE 1866.

Louisa Charlotte.
Married: Vincent MILLARD 1867.

Sarah.
Married: Thomas MEAD 1867.

Louisa.
Married: John WILLIAMS 1868.

Louisa Gilson.
Married: James TUCK 1869.

Matilda Elizabeth.
Married: Charles Alfred MARSHALL 1884.

Catherine.
Married: Joseph MILLER 1886.

Amelia.
Married: Isaac GODDEN 1887.

Ann Victoria.
Married: Thomas KELLY 1890.

Julia Elizabeth.
Married: Ernest SHORT 1891.

Annie.
Married: William STACEY 1892.

Lily Edith.
Married: Harry Archibald WOOD 1892.

Mary Moss.
Married: George Frederick DODWELL 1892.

Louisa Alice.
Married: John NISSEN 1895.

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

JN 66156

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