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CULLEN marriages 1840-1860 Victoria Australia

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CULLEN marriages 1840-1860 Victoria Australia.

CULLEN (males)


Edward
married: 1840 Eliza HILL.

Thomas
married: 1844 Catherine MONAGHAN.

Patrick
married: 1847 Ellen READ.

Patrick
married: 1848 Margaret CALLAGHAN.

John
married: 1849 Martha EDOLS.

Walter
married: 1851 Margaret OWENS.

John
married: 1851 Mary MCEVOY.

Peter
married: 1853 Elizabeth THOMSON.

Thomas
married: 1853 Margaret MURPHY.

Thomas
married: 1853 Jane TRESSA.

Thomas
married: 1853 Mary Anne MCNAMARA.

Charles Grovesno
married: 1854 Letitia Charlott DAY.

James
married: 1856 Jane MOSSOP.

Thomas
married: 1857 Mary SKEAHAN.

Anthony
married: 1858 Eliza BARRY.

Walter
married: 1858 Harriett HARRIS.

CULLEN (females)

Catherine
married: 1852 John GRIFFITHS.

Anne
married: 1854 Edward KEELY.

Anne
married: 1854 Patrick MCCORMACK.

Eliza
married: 1854 Henry WEBB.

Zilla
married: 1855 William WEDGWOOD.

Eliza Ann
married: 1855 Edward ABERDEEN.

Catherine
married: 1856 Charles SHAW.

Mary Anne
married: 1856 Daniel John FITZGERALD.

Jane
married: 1858 John ELLIOTT.

Mary
married: 1859 Marlin ODEA.

Ann
married: 1859 Andrew Irwin MUSGRAVE.

Jane
married: 1859 Caleb Amos KENNETT.

Johanna
married: 1859 Enoch WALKERDEN.

Bridget Mary
married: 1860 James CHINNOCK.

Maria
married: 1860 James SADLER.

Compiled from the victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the CULLEN lines.

JN 53897

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on 2013-02-28 22:01:34

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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