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SWEET marriages 1840-1888 Victoria Australia

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SWEET marriages 1840-1888 Victoria Australia.

SWEET (males)


Matthew
married: 1840 Bridget GLYN.

Matthew
married: 1842 Mary KELLY.

Harry
married: 1862 Clara Sophia BARNFIELD.

Simon
married: 1865 Catherine Sarah ELDERFIELD.

Thomas
married: 1865 Martha DOLPHIN.

William Hales
married: 1865 Elizabeth EVANS.

George
married: 1867 Kate TOOMY.

John
married: 1874 Fanny Ann MITCHELL.

Richard Charles
married: 1876 Florence GOODMAN.

Charles Arthur
married: 1877 Fanny WEBB.

James John
married: 1877 Hannah BALLY.

John
married: 1878 Sarah Sophia SAVILLE.

Edward George Leigh
married: 1883 Mary Stewart BUCHANAN.

Harry Benjamin
married: 1886 Annie Sarah MARCHANT.

William Thomas
married: 1887 Margaret Ann CHELLEW.

William
married: 1888 Harriet Sophia TAYLOR.

SWEET (females)

Jane
married: 1857 John WISHART.

Louisa
married: 1858 Edwin MILES.

Emma Jane
married: 1861 William George TUCKER.

Eliza
married: 1865 Timothy DWAN.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 William Webb DUDLEY.

Emma
married: 1873 Charles RISCHMULLER.

Rozeliea
married: 1876 John LEVITT.

Annie Theresa
married: 1876 Timothy ODONOGHUE.

Catherine
married: 1877 Robert CARRUTHERS.

Emily Jane
married: 1884 Arthur Thomas CADWALLADER.

Annie Sophia
married: 1886 John William GOY.

Mary Ann
married: 1886 Joseph SMITH.

Betsy
married: 1887 John Thomas KNIBBS.

Sarah Ann
married: 1888 Arnold CLEMANN.

Alice Sarah
married: 1888 Walter BRIDGES.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1888 William George TOZER.

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

JN 21142

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on 2010-05-08 05:56:44

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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