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SAINT marriages (females) 1846-1905 South Australia

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SAINT marriages (females) 1846-1905 South Australia.

SAINT (females)

Susan
married: 1846 John SAINT.

Jane
married: 1852 Mark MCALLAN.

Mary Ann
married: 1853 William NICHOLLS.

Matilda
married: 1853 Frederick SAINT.

Mary Ann
married: 1854 Robert CLARK.

Elizabeth
married: 1868 John RIDGWAY.

Alice Elizabeth
married: 1875 Alfred WOOD.

Elizabeth
married: 1877 Frederick WILMSHURST.

Emily
married: 1878 Henry Broucher WELCH.

Marcella Hamblyn
married: 1879 Joseph BATTY.

Ann
married: 1879 Thomas FISHER.

Annie
married: 1881 Henry WOOD.

Rosiedell
married: 1881 Patrick William TYMMONS.

Charlotte
married: 1881 Edward John KITTO.

Lucy Ann
married: 1881 John PALMER.

Isabella Hamblyn
married: 1882 Richard TRAY.

Florence
married: 1883 Edward John TAYLOR.

Felicia Rosina
married: 1885 James SCOTT.

Elizabeth Ann
married: 1886 Johann Heinrich WEHR.

Susan
married: 1886 Henry Boucher WELCH.

Margaret
married: 1887 Anthony Francis JOHNSON.

Charlotte
married: 1891 Arthur Miller THOMPSON.

Matilda
married: 1892 Wesley Pinder PEEK.

Mary
married: 1898 William SMITH.

Hebe Bertha
married: 1900 John Thomas OATES.

Myrtle Lucy
married: 1902 Edwin Theodore PEEK.

Edith Hilda
married: 1902 Horace BRIGHT.

Beatrice Olive
married: 1904 David Peter THOMAS.

Ellen Maud
married: 1904 Francis Andrew MEANEY.

Ethel May
married: 1905 David William EVANS.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the SAINT lines.

JN 54040

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on 2013-03-09 03:36:09

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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