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BLACKBURN marriages 1881-1890 Victoria Australia

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BLACKBURN marriages 1881-1890 Victoria Australia.

BLACKBURN (males)

John Thomas
married: 1881 Elizabeth BULLOCK.

Moses
married: 1881 Emily Susan FLIGHT.

James
married: 1881 Mary WAUGH.

Robert
married: 1881 Mary MILNE.

John
married: 1882 Alice HARRIS.

John
married: 1883 Jane GOODFELLOW.

William Henry
married: 1883 Elizabeth FOX.

Edward
married: 1883 Mary GALLOWAY.

William
married: 1884 Mary Ann DAVISON.

Hartley
married: 1884 Charlotte GIDNEY.

Joseph
married: 1885 Kitty WALLACE.

Thomas
married: 1886 Mary Ann UNDERDOWN.

George Richards
married: 1886 Sarah Hannah HARBECK.

George Francis Burdett Arthur
married: 1886 Hannah Clara WISEMAN.

James Chrisp
married: 1887 Georgina GILBERT.

William
married: 1887 Frances Jane ARMSTRONG.

Thomas
married: 1887 Nellie KEAN.

Charles
married: 1888 Ann HOLLINGSWORTH.

Richard
married: 1888 Mary Elizabeth POLLARD.

BLACKBURN (females)

Mary Adelaide
married: 1881 Henry George BURRELL.

Sarah Turner
married: 1881 John PIMBLETT.

Eleanor Rachel
married: 1882 Alfred BOCK.

Catherine McLachlan
married: 1882 William WILKIE.

Elizabeth Hastings
married: 1883 Robert Anderson BOND.

Catherine Jane
married: 1884 James MADDEN.

Matilda Jessie Short
married: 1887 Harry BULL.

Mary Ann
married: 1887 James LAUGHLIN.

Jane
married: 1888 Edwin JAMES.

Wilhelmina
married: 1888 Stephen HAISMAN.

Eliza
married: 1889 George William SHEPPARD.

Harriet Annie
married: 1889 Edward John KETTLE.

Margaret
married: 1889 Joseph Henry LATIMER.

Mary
married: 1889 Luke COGHLAN.

Mary Millicent
married: 1889 William STURGEON.

Eliza
married: 1890 William John DRIVER.

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

JN 54599

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