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GUNN marriages (females) 1868-1880 Victoria Australia

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GUNN marriages (females) 1868-1880 Victoria Australia.

GUNN (females)

Jane
married: 1868 Robert Gunn GOATHAM.

Dorothy
married: 1868 Ralph SELBY.

Ellen Mary
married: 1868 James Joseph KILLICK.

Christina
married: 1869 John MCLAUGHLIN.

Frances Margaret
married: 1869 Thomas Hall NEWTON.

Elizabeth Young
married: 1869 Henry HOLSCHIER.

Anastasia
married: 1869 Thomas James COGHLAN.

Ann
married: 1869 William WILLIAMS.

Lillias
married: 1870 Alexander CRABBE.

Margaret
married: 1871 Charles FAULKNER.

Elizabeth
married: 1871 John SELF.

Elizabeth
married: 1872 Richard Lambert GREAVES.

Catherine
married: 1873 David HENDERSON.

Anne
married: 1874 John WIPER.

Jessie
married: 1874 David BRUCE.

Sarah
married: 1874 George CAVILL.

Margaret
married: 1875 John NAUGHTON.

Alice Ann
married: 1875 Henry GULLIFER.

Ellen Elizabeth
married: 1875 Robert SHARP.

Catherine
married: 1875 Walter BRADLY.

Isabella Martin
married: 1876 Robert Henery ACKERS.

Georgina Emme
married: 1876 Phillip WILLIAMS.

Mary Jane
married: 1876 Joseph BOYD.

Harriett
married: 1876 Andrew Chambers WASON.

Jane Georgiana
married: 1876 Henry Alfred KRONE.

Jessie Omen
married: 1877 William HEUPT.

Ann Wood
married: 1877 John KILGOUR.

Annie Rebecca
married: 1878 Samuel BISHOP.

Mary
married: 1878 Adam SMITH.

Mary
married: 1880 Robert James HARMAN.

Christina
married: 1880 William HULM.

Christina
married: 1880 George HUTCHISON.

Jemima
married: 1880 John Alexander TURNBULL.

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

JN 55258

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Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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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