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SEXTON marriages (females) 1851-1900 South Australia

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SEXTON marriages (females) 1851-1900 South Australia.

SEXTON (females)


Ellen
married: 1851 Richard FALKMAN.

Margaret
married: 1860 Timothy QUINN.

Elizabeth
married: 1860 Thomas PRISK.

Mary
married: 1861 Patrick MEANY.

Anne
married: 1862 Roger GUERIN.

Anne
married: 1865 Martin COSTELLOE.

Anne
married: 1869 Patrick REILLY.

Isabella Rook
married: 1870 William ALMOND.

Bridget
married: 1875 Patrick BUTLER.

Mary
married: 1876 Bartholomew CARMODY.

Rhoda Catherine
married: 1876 Edward DAVIES.

Rachel
married: 1877 Charles CHAPMAN.

Bridget
married: 1880 Michael DALY.

Bridget
married: 1882 James OBRIEN.

Mary
married: 1884 Michael MCGRATH.

Mary
married: 1885 Patrick MCMAHON.

Ellen
married: 1885 Patrick OLEARY.

Bridget
married: 1886 Michael TIERNEY.

Catherine Agnes
married: 1888 George Fred SMITH.

Annie
married: 1889 Thomas ROWE.

Honnoria
married: 1890 Martin DALY.

Margaret Mary
married: 1890 Percival Henry EVANS.

Mary Agnes
married: 1891 Richard ROWE.

Catherine
married: 1892 Gustav Adolph BEINKE.

Bridget
married: 1893 Michael SHERIDAN.

Mary
married: 1893 Murty KEIRN.

Alice Maria
married: 1898 Alfred Bertram FRY.

Mildred Frances
married: 1899 James STUART.

Mary
married: 1899 James George COOK.

Annie
married: 1900 John HARRIS.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the SEXTON lines.

JN 46196

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on 2012-02-23 00:16:48

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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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