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SHARP marriages 1859-1863 Victoria Australia

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SHARP marriages 1859-1863 Victoria Australia.

SHARP (males)


John Hitchinson
married: 1859 Mary Anne MURRAY.

Frederick Stoner
married: 1859 Agnes BROWNLINN.

George William
married: 1859 Margaret STENHOUSE.

George
married: 1860 Catherine CHRISTIE.

Thomas
married: 1860 Elizabeth Lee LOWREY.

Alexander
married: 1860 Annie NEWINGTON.

William
married: 1860 Elizabeth PINK.

James
married: 1861 Katherine SHEEN.

Joseph Wilson
married: 1861 Annie GIBBS.

John
married: 1861 Harriet SEWELL.

John Buchanan
married: 1861 Emily Eliza CAMPBELL.

James
married: 1861 Rosina DIXON.

William
married: 1862 Harriet HODGKINSON.

George Abel
married: 1862 Elizabeth Annie SPEED.

Walter
married: 1862 Mary SHARKEY.

Hugh
married: 1862 Isabella ROSS.

Edward
married: 1863 Margaret DEMPSTER.

Robert
married: 1863 Mary Elizabeth HERNON.

John
married: 1863 Fanny BAZELEY.

William Charles
married: 1863 Sarah HARLAND.

SHARP (females)

Letitia Mary
married: 1859 Thomas GILBERT.

Elizabeth
married: 1859 James BROWNHILL.

Rebekah Ann
married: 1859 George BILNEY.

Marion
married: 1861 John MACPHERSON.

Agnes
married: 1862 George Muir ROBERTSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1862 Hugh BUNTINE.

Sarah
married: 1862 William Henry RANDLE.

Mary
married: 1862 George HILL.

Angelina
married: 1863 Robert MULLINS.

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

JN 22355

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on 2010-07-04 09:14:48

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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