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LAWSON marriages 1842-1859 Victoria Australia

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LAWSON marriages 1842-1859 Victoria Australia.

LAWSON (males)


William
married: 1842 Margaret RUSSELL.

Thomas
married: 1854 Ellen NEISH.

John
married: 1855 Catherine HARBER.

Reuben
married: 1855 Margaret SYNOT.

Thomas
married: 1855 Elizabeth LANE.

Alexander Robertson
married: 1855 Emily Mountford BALL.

Joseph
married: 1856 Marian HUGHES.

Thomas
married: 1856 Isabella HAZLE.

John
married: 1857 Elizabeth MCKEAND.

Charles Graham
married: 1857 Mary EADIE.

Alexander
married: 1857 Margaret SHEPHERD.

John
married: 1858 Margaret LOWE.

Wilfrid Hill
married: 1858 Catherine Maria DAVIES.

John Robert
married: 1858 Amelia WHITE.

Matthew
married: 1858 Catherine KENNY.

William Benjamin
married: 1859 Hellen ADAMS.

John Booth
married: 1859 Emma BATT.

LAWSON (females)

Sarah
married: 1844 William POTTER.

Ann
married: 1847 Clarke FRISHNEY.

Mary
married: 1852 Robert CATO.

Marion
married: 1853 Henrt GRATER.

Lucy
married: 1853 George BROWN.

Elizabeth
married: 1854 William Simmonds ARCHER.

Fanny
married: 1855 John GILLESPIE.

Mary
married: 1856 Francis MCKENNA.

Janet
married: 1856 Alexander HARDIE.

Margaret
married: 1857 Thomas JOHNSON.

Issabella
married: 1858 Benjamin TAYLOR.

Mary Jane
married: 1858 Robert Blackwood SIBLEY.

Susan Margaret
married: 1858 William STEPHENSON.

Margaret
married: 1859 James EDMUNDSON.

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

JN 50835

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on 2012-09-18 19:03:47

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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