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SCARLETT marriages 1849-1890 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

SCARLETT marriages 1849-1890 Victoria Australia.

SCARLETT (males)


George
married: 1849 Mary MURPHY.

James
married: 1853 Lily Anne BARBOUR.

William
married: 1854 Lucy SCOTT.

Thomas Clifford
married: 1865 Alice MACMIN.

Thomas Charles
married: 1866 Anna Maria HILL.

John
married: 1866 Ellen KEATING.

John
married: 1869 Eliza Elvina F W COLLINGS.

John
married: 1870 Katherine PITTMAN.

Frederick
married: 1875 Sarah Ethel CAVE.

George
married: 1878 Elizabeth Ellen BERRYMAN.

Thomas Clifford
married: 1878 Mary Ann PRICE.

Alfred
married: 1888 Ellen DICKSON.

Alexander
married: 1889 Emily Anne OLARENSHAW.

William Austin
married: 1890 Harriet Jane HYDE.

SCARLETT (females)

Caroline
married: 1853 Samuel THOMPSON.

Letitia
married: 1861 Charles Edward JORDAN.

Mary
married: 1862 Walter PHILPOT.

Margaret
married: 1863 James MILROY.

Elizabeth Amelia
married: 1868 Edwin CROSS.

Eliza
married: 1869 Frederick William HAGEMANN.

Mary Ann
married: 1870 John Charles DODDS.

Mary Ann married: 1872 John Bartham BOWKER.

Martha
married: 1875 Samuel McDonald MADDOCKS.

Letitia
married: 1875 Frederick DAWE.

Mary Ann
married: 1876 James GRANT.

Mary Jane
married: 1880 John MONTIFORD.

Mary
married: 1883 Frederick George GROOM.

Amelia Carol
married: 1884 James DUNCAN.

Ann
married: 1885 Alfred Raven DENNIS.

Letitia
married: 1887 Benjamin Walter BENN.

Emily Amelia
married: 1888 Peter Joseph MURPHY.

Annie
married: 1889 Alexander REID.

Grace
married: 1889 William ENGLAND.

Elizabeth
married: 1890 Peter HORRIDGE.

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

JN 62969

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on 2015-05-27 03:54:44

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