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RANSOM marriages 1850-1885 Victoria Australia

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RANSOM marriages 1850-1885 Victoria Australia.

Compiled from the Victoriam marriage Indexes to assist others researching the RANSOM lines.


RANSOM (males)

Thomas
married: 1850 Eliza DEERING.

John Ellis
married: 1852 Mary Ann CAIN.

Thomas
married: 1854 Maria BUTLER.

Thomas
married: 1856 Mary Ann FORWARD.

Robert
married: 1859 Jacobina BRUCE.

Isaac
married: 1860 Margaret CARTER.

William James
married: 1863 Margaret LYONS.

George
married: 1870 Hannah WILSON.

Thomas Waghorn
married: 1874 Caroline SIMMONDS.

James
married: 1877 Jane KEEN.

James Ellis
married: 1879 Janet Rogers GRAY.

George Thomas
married: 1879 Alice GREVILLE.

Clarance Theodore
married: 1882 Lucy YORK.

Harry
married: 1884 Emily Jane HORTLE.

Alfred Thomas Blundell
married: 1885 Mary Charlotte LANGE.


RANSOM (females)

Louisa
married: 1852 William BURCHELL.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1855 Frederick Fleet GARDINER.

Elizabeth Courtn
married: 1858 Luke SMITH.

Harriette Waghorn
married: 1862 Frederick Charles LAMB.

Sarah Elliott
married: 1866 John BEAUCHAMP.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1870 Robert John KNELL.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1870: Albert LILLEY.

Emily
married: 1871 James PATON.

Susannah
married: 1871 James LANE.

Charlotte Agnes
married: 1872 Francis Joseph WAYTH.

Susannah
married: 1876 Amos HOARE.

Mary Jane
married: 1882 Alfred DICKINSON.

Amelia Jane
married: 1885 Phillip LEESON.

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on 2011-08-30 02:00:47

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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