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QUIRK marriages (females) 1877-1900 Victoria Australia

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QUIRK marriages (females) 1877-1900 Victoria Australia.

QUIRK (females)


Eliza
married: 1877 Bernard MCGEARTY.

Margaret
married: 1878 Thomas DUFROCQ.

Elizabeth
married: 1878 John FERRIS.

Mary
married: 1879 Michael MOLLOY.

Fanny Frances
married: 1880 Frederick John GRAY.

Annie
married: 1880 Thomas FITZGERALD.

Catherine
married: 1881 Patrick MCGLENEHY.

Ellen
married: 1882 Cornelius CONNELL.

Mary
married: 1883 Francis DREW.

Mary Ann
married: 1884 James William DOUGLAS.

Mary Anne
married: 1884 James PHELAN.

Catherine
married: 1885 Frederick Arthur STOW.

Maggie
married: 1886 Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM.

Kate
married: 1886 William SMITH.

Bridget Violet
married: 1886 James Joseph BRADLEY.

Eliza
married: 1887 Charles Edmund CUCKSON.

Annie
married: 1888 Colin Campbell GRANT.

Mary
married: 1888 Patrick John KELLY.

Kathleen Gertrude
married: 1890 Henry Maxey CLARRY.

Mary
married: 1890 Alfred George RICHARDSON.

Margaret
married: 1891 Patrick KENNEDY.

Margaret
married: 1892 John Andrew SMITH.

Mary Ann
married: 1892 James GILBERT.

Mary Alice
married: 1893 Joseph PRYDDERCH.

Mary Catherine
married: 1894 Michael TATTAHL.

Anastasia
married: 1895 Henry DOYLE.

Mary Ellen
married: 1895 Henrik JANSSON.

Maud
married: 1897 Edward RICHARDS.

Annie
married: 1898 Thomas Charles TOBIN.

Mary
married: 1898 John LYNCH.

Bridget Josephine
married: 1899 Hugh Patrick KIELY.

Henrietta
married: 1899 William John Darley Butterfield MILSON.

Catherine Mary
married: 1900 Edwin Charles GALLAGHER.

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

JN 62482

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