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WALLACE marriages (females) 1861-1867 Victoria Australia

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WALLACE marriages (females) 1861-1867 Victoria Australia.


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


WALLACE (females)

Catherine
married: 1861 William BLACK.

Elizabeth
married: 1861 William CODNER.

Elizabeth
married: 1861 Jesse HOMBY.

Miriam Graham
married: 1861 William Williams HAMMILL.

Elizabeth
married: 1861 John KYNOCK.

Mary
married: 1861 Thomas COLLINS.

Eliza
married: 1861 John GLEESON.

Catherine
married: 1861 Matthew CLUNE.

Margaret
married: 1862 Richard EMERSON.

Elizabeth
married: 1862 Peter Henry ROWE.

Catherine
married: 1862 Charles Middlemiss DILLON.

Elizabeth
married: 1862 John LIPSETT.

Eleanor
married: 1862 George SEARLE.

Margaret
married: 1862 John SANDERSON.

Anne
married: 1863 Alfred Ferrie OCOCK.

Jane Margaret
married: 1863 John CAREY.

Anna Maria
married: 1863 George Ogilvy PRESHAW.

Margaret McLeod
married: 1863 James WATSON.

Margaret
married: 1863 Thomas FIRNS.

Annie
married: 1864 Samuel GLEDHILL.

Mary Eliza Owen
married: 1865 jonathan henry WERE.

Hellen
married: 1865 William THURGOOD.

Agnes
married: 1865 Robert Hystop RAE.

Emma
married: 1866 William James SMITH.

Ellen
married: 1867 Allan FISHER.

Jane
married: 1867 John Henry WILSON.

Frances Sarah
married: 1867 Robert James WILSON.

Mary
married: 1867 James MARTIN.

Margaret Amess
married: 1867 Matthew MINNIS.

Annie Augusta
married: 1867 John LEES.

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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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