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RICHARDS marriages (females) 1858-1861 Victoria Australia

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RICHARD marriages (females) 1858-1861 Victoria Australia.


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


RICHARDS (males)

Mary Ann
married: 1858 William James GEORGE.

Lydia
married: 1858 Thomas EYNON.

Jane
married: 1858 Robert SCOTT.

Mary Jane
married: 1858 Joseph Henry EDWARDS.

Susannah
married: 1858 John ROSSER.

Mary
married: 1858 Frank NEGUS.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1859 John MARK.

Catherine
married: 1859 William HENWOOD.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1859 Joseph BLIGHT.

Emma
married: 1859 James SPARGO.

Elizabeth
married: 1859 William Everett ALLPRESS.

Mary
married: 1859 William Geen WILLIAMS.

Jane
married: 1859 William Bray SANDERS.

Jane
married: 1859 John ROWE.

Frances Mary
married: 1859 William COLENSO.

Jane
married: 1860 George PLOUGHMAN.

Maria
married: 1860 William MCGEORGE.

Hannah Ford
married: 1860 John Paul WEBB.

Mary Thomas
married: 1860 James Andrew CHAPMAN.

Esther
married: 1860 George SIBON.

Caroline
married: 1861 Francis Henry WESTAWAY.

Anna
married: 1861 John HOCKING.

Mary Hannah
married: 1861 James CRAWFORD.

Elizabeth Jannet
married: 1861 Frederick Lewis EINSIDEL.

Ellen Elizabeth
married: 1861 William RITCHIE.

Elizabeth Pearce
married: 1861 George RICHARDS.

Margaret
married: 1861 William ELLIS.

Emma
married: 1861 John THOMAS.

Jane
married: 1861 John Henry SMITH.

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on 2012-02-29 18:54:11

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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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