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SEXTON marriages (males) 1887-1906 Victoria Australia

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SEXTON marriages (males) 1887-1906 Victoria Australia.

SEXTON (males)

William Michael
married: 1887 Frances Annie BARBERS.

married: 1887 Catherine BARRY.

married: 1888 Sarah Elizabeth SHURIN.

married: 1888 Esther SHAW.

married: 1888 Alice MCDONALD.

Harry John
married: 1888 Elizabeth KING.

Frederick John
married: 1888 Emily Sophia THOMPSON.

Henry William
married: 1888 Florence MONUMENT.

married: 1890 Julia WHELTON.

Edward James
married: 1890 Elizabeth STROUD.

Patrick Cornelius
married: 1890 Mary RYAN.

married: 1890 Mary Ann CONNOLLY.

married: 1892 Elizabeth Jane JAMES.

Michael Francis
married: 1892 Rosa Augustine BAIN.

married: 1993 Elizabeth Ellen CASSIDY.

William John
married: 1893 Elizabeth JOHNSON.

married: 1894 Bridget REA.

Thomas Richard Luke
married: 1894 Jessie Agnes TAIT.

James Ettwell
married: 1895 Margaret Ann ARKLEY.

John Richard
married: 1896 Annie Darcy EVANS.

married: 1896 Marianne Gerte WESTON.

Frederick Joseph
married: 1897 Janet Johnstone STIRLING.

Stephen John
married: 1897 Margaret MCCARTHY.

John Oconnor
married: 1899 Ellen MOONEY.

John Michael
married: 1901 Angelina Charlotte BEAZLEY.

married: 1901 Bridget Agnes CAHILL.

married: 1902 Ellen MINTO.

Thomas Laurence
married: 1902 Mary Agnes MINTO.

married: 1903 Emily LEWIS.

James Michael
married: 1906 Bridget Mary GLEESON.

married: 1906 Margaret Jane MCLINDEN.

William George
married: 1906 Susan Ann TYRRELL.

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

JN 54600

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