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CORK marriages 1853-1920 Victoria Australia

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CORK marriages 1853-1920 Victoria Australia.

Cork (males)


James
married: 1853 Mary MCNAMARA.

George W
married: 1855 Mary DUKES.

James
married: 1858 Christina BROWN.

Thomas
married: 1861 Rachel Elizabeth SIMONS.

John
married: 1869 Hannah DANDY.

Thomas Frederick
married: 1872 Eliza TRIGG.

William
married: 1879 Matilda CRABBE.

Herbert Thomas
married: 1893 Mary REYNOLDS.

Frederick W
married: 1898 Millicent M MADEX.

George Edward
married: 1899 Anna Elizabeth PACK.

Charles Thomas
married: 1902 Elinor Charlotte IVE.

Arthur Charles
married: 1905 Maria BURNSIDE.

Albert Frederick
married: 1907 Ellinor MCDONNELL.

Lewis Henry
married: 1911 Eliza KAY.

George
married: 1920 Grace Isabel HART.

Arthur Lewis
married: 1920 Ethel Harriette Elizabeth TRERWIN.

CORK (females)

Emma Ann
married: 1880 Thomas THOMPSON.

Mary Ann
married: 1884 Michael COSTELLO.

Margaret
married: 1896 Arthur MCKAY.

Eliza Jane
married: 1898 Charles MARSHALL.

Catherine
married: 1900 John LAMONT.

Eva Rachell
married: 1907 Michael MURRAY.

Ethel May
married: 1908 Charles BECK.

Beatrice Ethel
married: 1911 Benjamin Wright Ernshaw LOCKWOOD.

Sarah Blanche
married: 1911 William Charles Leslie WATTS.

Beatrice Mary
married: 1916 John Henry LINTON.

Beryl Margaret May
married: 1920 Louis William SIGEL.

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

JN 50742

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on 2012-09-14 23:17:32

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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