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YOUNG marriages (females) 1841-1854 Victoria Australia

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Young marriages (females) 1841-1854 Victoria Australia.

YOUNG (females)

Elizabeth
married: 1841 John FLACK.

Elizabeth
married: 1843 John THOMSON.

Jane
married: 1845 Frederick FORSTER.

Eliza
married: 1845 Thomas CURRAN.

Catherine
married: 1846 John MCKENZIE.

Elizabeth
married: 1846 George CARNABY.

Jane
married: 1848 John ALLSWORTH.

Catherine
married: 1849 Hugh PATERSON.

Ellen
married: 1849 Patrick MEADE.

Anne
married: 1851 George CROCKITT.

Agnes
married: 1851 John GALE.

Hanorah
married: 1852 Lancelot COSTELLOE.

Isabella
married: 1852 John Charles YOUNG.

Anne
married: 1852 William MOORE.

Kate
married: 1852 Thomas GIBSON.

Jessie
married: 1852 Joseph TAIT.

Emily
married: 1853 Richard DIGNUM.

Sarah
married: 1853 William LUGG.

Elizabeth
married: 1853 Thomas BRAGG.

Margaret
married: 1853 Henry HARRINGTON.

Helen
married: 1854 Thomas SHARP.

Margaret
married: 1854 George TIMBRELL.

Mary Jane
married: 1854 William LEESON.

Sarah
married: 1854 Archibald MCNAY.

Isabella
married: 1854 Robert GRAY.

Rebecca
married: 1854 James DAY.

Jane Martha
married: 1854 Thomas BOWMAN.

Sophia Elizabeth
married: 1854 George SAVORY.

Jane
married: 1854 George DAVIES.

Robina Betsie
married: 1854 Duncan ROBERTSON.

Margaret
married: 1854 Henry SEVERSON.

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

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on 2012-12-31 07:23:32

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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