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CURTIS marriages (females) 1843-1865 Victoria Australia

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CURTIS marriages (females) 1843-1865 Victoria Australia.


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


CURTIS (females)

Mary Clair
married: 1843 William ATKINS.

Emily
married: 1843 Arthur SERGEANTSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1849 Frederick IRWIN.

Elizabeth
married: 1851 James GARDINER.

Emily
married: 1854 George CARR.

Ellen
married: 1854 William CAMBLE.

Ann
married: 1854 Terry EVANS.

Amelia
married: 1855 Thomas BATH.

Emily
married: 1855 Charles PHILLIPS.

Fanny
married: 1855 William ANDERSON.

Margaret Maria
married: 1855 George Andrew MARTIN.

Harriet
married: 1856 Robert BELL.

Christabel
married: 1856 George Francis CLARKSON.

Ellen
married: 1856 William TAYLOR.

Philippa
married: 1857 John HADE.

Mary
married: 1858 James LANGTRY.

Mary
married: 1858 Michael MCCOURTNEY.

Mary Anne
married: 1859 George FORBES.

Emma
married: 1859 James Henry BALAAM.

Esther
married: 1859 John TRITCHLER.

Maria
married: 1859 John BINNIE.

Elizabeth
married: 1860 Auguste PEYROUX.

Eliza
married: 1860 Andrew Hicks KIDDLE.

Esther Mary
married: 1860 James CLYMO.

Mary
married: 1861 James BRENNAN.

Ellen
married: 1862 Robert SCOTT.

Ellen Agnes
married: 1862 John SHAW.

Hanora
married: 1862 Michael MCNAMARA.

Elizabeth
married: 1862 John BRAY.

Elizabeth
married: 1863 Thomas BUCKLE.

Catherine
married: 1863 Thomas RIELLY.

Mary Anne
married: 1863 William Richard SHUREY.

Mary Ann
married: 1863 David GRIFFITHS.

Caroline
married: 1865 Samuel Borbridge DONNE.

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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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