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SMITH marriages (females) 1843-1848 Victoria Australia

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SMITH marriages (females) 1843-1848 Victoria Australia.

SMITH marriages from the Victorian Marriage Index.
Collected while researching the SMITH lines in Victoria.
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SMITH (females)

Mary Ann - married George TAYLOR 1843.

Eliza - married William MILLERD 1843.

Agnes - married James LISTON 1843.

Alice - married James GILBY 1843.

Rebecca - married James BARNETT 1843.

Sarah - married Richard GRIFFIN 1843.

Maria - married William SHARRAN 1843.

Elizabeth - married John WALLACE 1843.

Sarah - married Thomas FINN 1844.

Amelia - married Philip YOUNG 1845.

Martha - married John REMMINGTON 1845.

Janet - married Donald MCDONALD 1845.

Alice Campbell - married William WALLACE 1846.

Jane - married David WAUGH 1846.

Mary - married Robert COLLIER 1846. *

Mary - married Robert CALLIER 1846. *

Maria - married Thomas HANLEY 1846.

Elizabeth Sarah - married Henry HARREN 1846.

Elizabeth - married John CARROLL 1847.

Sophia - married George HAYWARD 1847.

Mary Ann - married William JOHNSON 1847.

Rosanna - married Patrick BUCKLEY 1847.

Rosanna - married Patrick BUTLER 1847.

Elizabeth - married Walker BARBER 1847.

Sarah Ann - married Henry BLOORE 1847.

Isabella - married John CAMPBELL 1848.

Mary Sophia - married George Brown DUNCAN 1848.

Sarah - married Thomas Ashmore MACEY 1848.

Barbara - married Bernard TOWNSEND 1848.

Margaret - married John BROWN 1848.

Jane - married John DONALDSON 1848.

* Possibly the same marriage recorded a second time. COLLIER seems to be the correct spelling.

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on 2011-01-24 00:24:24

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

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