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HUBBARD marriages 1847-1880 Victoria Australia

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HUBBARD marriages 1847-1880 Victoria Australia.

HUBBARD (males)


David
married: 1847 Elizabeth MAWBEY.

Charles
married: 1850 Anne CUTHBERT.

Edward
married: 1852 Mary MACGILL.

Henry
married: 1854 Louisa PATIENT.

Samuel
married: 1856 Mary GAULTON.

Alexander Fridge
married: 1857 Anne ALEXANDER.

William
married: 1859 Kathy ROSS.

Edward
married: 1860 Christina DAVEY.

Meadows Wilkinson
married: 1869 Ann Jane MCNIEL.

William
married: 1871 Jane WHITTEN.

Robert
married: 1871 Ellen RYAN.

William
married: 1872 Agnes MCNEIL.

George
married: 1876 Sarah AMBERY.

George
married: 1876 Elizabeth Esther LONG.

Henry James
married: 1878 Margaret REDPATH.

Samuel
married: 1878 Sarah KERSHAW.

George
married: 1879 Mary Ellen HANSAN.

HUBBARD (females)

Sarah
married: 1850 Daniel GALLAND.

Adelaide
married: 1852 Henry VEZEY.

Elizabeth
married: 1853 Charles CHAMBERLAIN.

Sarah Ellen
married: 1853 Mat William BARTON.

Frances Ann
married: 1855 John PATIENT.

Elizabeth
married: 1856 John PESCUD.

Johana
married: 1859 Thomas JONES.

Mary Ann
married: 1862 William FRANCIS.

Elizabeth Anne
married: 1869 Alexander DEWAR.

Mary Ann
married: 1875 William SKINNER.

Annie
married: 1876 Samuel HAMPSON.

Mary
married: 1876 George BUNN.

Sarah Ann
married: 1877 George Boydell DUINS.

Annie
married: 1877 William MOOREHEAD.

Mary Annie
married: 1879 Michael MCALLAN.

Janice Catherine
married: 1880 Edward George INCE.

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

JN 50161

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on 2012-08-19 00:13:16

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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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