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BIRD marriages 1870-1876 Victoria Australia

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BIRD marriages 1870-1876 Victoria Australia.

BIRD (males)

James
married: 1870 Luisina PRITCHARD.

John
married: 1870 Mary Anne TUCKER.

Thomas
married: 1871 Mary POPHAM.

William
married: 1871 Lucinda FIDLER.

William
married: 1871 Ann NIVEN.

Charles John
married: 1871 Mary Ann SULLIVAN.

Charles
married: 1871 Margaret GREEN.

Samuel Dongan
married: 1872 Susan BROWN.

Charles
married: 1873 Theresa CHAMBERS.

Charles Branston
married: 1873 Emma FUTCHER.

Thomas
married: 1873 Susen OHEGEN.

John
married: 1873 Mary COCKING.

William
married: 1874 Elizabeth MILLS.

Charles James
married: 1875 Alice Julia STANBROUGH.

James
married: 1875 Frances BRIGGS.

Charles
married: 1876 Elizabeth MUIR.

George
married: 1876 Sarah BOWEN.

BIRD (females)

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1870 Henry Ham SULE.

Ann Sophia
married: 1870 John GOLDING.

Mary Ann
married: 1870 Edmund TURNBULL.

Alice Ann
married: 1871 Daniel James FIELDING.

Florence
married: 1871 John LAY.

Eliza Matilda
married: 1871 John GOULLET.

Annie
married: 1871 John TRUSCOTT.

Caroline Elizabeth
married: 1872 Ottley PAPINEAU.

Eliza Jane
married: 1872 Samuel BAKER.

Georgina Elizabeth
married: 1873 John KEYS.

Ann
married: 1873 Sidney WILSON.

Malinda
married: 1873 John SLUCK.

Elizabeth
married: 1874 James JOYCE.

Harriet
married: 1874 Edward WILKINSON.

Amelia
married: 1875 Samuel GRAY.

Mary Amelia
married: 1875 James BATE.

Jane
married: 1876 James SHAW.

Louisa
married: 1876 Mills THOMPSON.

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

JN 53292

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on 2013-01-28 16:03:40

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 the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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