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HARKNESS marriages 1849-1885 Victoria Australia

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HARKNESS marriages 1849-1885 Victoria Australia.

HARKNESS (males)

Andrew
married: 1849 Sarah OSWIN.

Charles
married: 1854 Eliza PODGER.

Daniel
married: 1854 Matilda OSTEN.

William
married: 1854 Elizabeth VRONIN.

John Brown
married: 1856 Elizabeth LAWRIE.

Edward
married: 1857 Emma LEETE.

James
married: 1860 Rebecca WIELD.

Charles Thomas
married: 1861 Charlotte MURPHY.

Abraham
married: 1864 Jane Elizabeth NOBLE.

John
married: 1864 Mary Dunworth FITZGERALD.

George Thorndike
married: 1865 Jennie MCQUEEN.

Charles Scott
married: 1878 Margaret Thomson Inglis ANDERSON.

Oliver
married: 1880 Ellen Margaret DICKSON.

Thomas Young
married: 1880 Mary Ann L STEVENSON.

David
married: 1881 Edith Walters GADD.

Tichard Evans
married: 1885 Nellie SAVAGE.

HARKNESS (females)

Martha
married: 1855 George Edward LINEY.

Margaret
married: 1857 William EDMONDSON.

Helen
married: 1858 Thomas GOSSIP.

Jane
married: 1859 John Loutit MCLEAN.

Catherine
married: 1865 Thomas BURNETT.

Ann
married: 1866 Sidney Bloomfield KNIGHT.

Mary
married: 1869 Robert HURLE.

Agnes
married: 1870 John WYLIE.

Janet Armstrong
married: 1871 Samuel TOWN.

Jane
married: 1872 James MORRISON.

Isabella Ann Emma
married: 1876 William Henry WINNETT.

Frances
married: 1877 Alexander Lamont WHITE.

Elizabeth Mitchell
married: 1880 Edward BEASTON.

Emma
married: 1883 Charles HOWARD.

Janey Louisa
married: 1885 Phillip Snell BLACKMORE.

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

JN 55262

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on 2013-05-26 01:31:16

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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