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TWEEDIE marriages 1850-1895 Victoria Australia

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TWEEDIE marriages 1850-1895 Victoria Australia.

TWEEDIE (males)


Robert
married: 1850 Mary Ann NICHOLS.

Robert
married: 1855 Elizabeth DUFF.

William
married: 1856 Elizabeth OCKLESHAW.

William
married: 1857 Hellen Forbes Wallace MCMILLAN.

David
married: 1857 Jane MOFFAT.

John
married: 1859 Elizabeth TURNBULL.

Robert
married: 1862 Joann SOMMERVILLE.

Archibald
married: 1863 Mary Ann ROBERTSON.

James Carlier
married: 1868 Anne HOGG.

William John
married: 1879 Bridget CLARK.

James Marshall
married: 1884 Barbara GORDON.

Peter
married: 1885 Elizabeth MCWHIRTER.

Walter Herbert
married: 1886 Eliza BROADBENT.

William
married: 1891 Ellen ENGLISH.

Robert Alexander
married: 1892 Isabella BASSETT.

George Bertram
married: 1892 Margaret HARRINGTON.

William Archibald
married: 1893 Margaret Florence ANDERSON.

Herbert
married: 1894 Ella Elizabeth WEBB.

David
married: 1894 Emma Jane PARKER.

TWEEDIE (females)

Mary
married: 1861 John CASSELDON.

Jane
married: 1869 Peter REID.

Sarah
married: 1875 Francis Patrick HINES.

Christina Wishart
married: 1876 William Bidder SELLECK.

Alice Fielding
married: 1880 Andrew Winton JACK.

Catherine Caroline
married: 1883 Benjamin LAMBERT.

Elenor Nichols
married: 1886 Martin RATY.

Margaret Jane
married: 1886 Charles Henry ANDREWS.

Eliza
married: 1886 William John COATSWORTH.

Mary Ann
married: 1888 John Charles BELLAMY.

Agnes
married: 1890 Hugh Michie SCOTT.

Allison Mabel
married: 1891 Frank HALL.

Agnes Somerville
married: 1894 Victor Gerhard HOELSKEN.

Catherine McKinley
married: 1895 Richard MILLER.

Frances Annie
married: 1895 Alfred PEARCE.

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

JN 50235

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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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