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BELCHER marriages (females) 1843-1900 Victoria Australia

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BELCHER marriages (females) 1843-1900 Victoria Australia

BELCHER (females)


Josephina
married: 1843 William LANGHORNE.

Sophia Louisa
married: 1844 Charles Augustus VON STEIGLITZ.

Marcella
married: 1845 Robert William STIEGLITZ.

Mary Ann
married: 1848 David STEAD.

Susanna Amelia
married: 1849 Francis Grey SMITH.

Sarah
married: 1852 John JOYCE.

Hephzibah
married: 1853 Joseph Francis GARLICK.

Sophia
married: 1854 Richard NICHOLS.

Sarah
married: 1864 John FURLONG.

Charlotte Elizabeth
married: 1864 Morris COHEN.

Sarah
married: 1865 Henry FROOMES.

Martha
married: 1867 John Barmby MARRIS.

Elizabeth
married: 1874 William SEGAR.

Harriette
married: 1874 John ROMANIS.

Elizabeth
married: 1876 Henry MCCAHON.

Elizabeth Marianne
married: 1881 George Frederick LANGHORNE.

Amelia
married: 1882 Frederick William STEPHENSON.

Elizabeth Caulfield
married: 1883 John CAY.

Frances
married: 1887 Thomas STEPHENSON.

Ellen
married: 1888 Charles BROWN.

Eliza
married: 1889 Thomas ROBINSON.

Margaret
married: 1889 Thomas BURNETT.

Frances Sarah
married: 1890 Henry CHADWICK.

Mary Ann
married: 1890 Richard WHEATLEY.

Emily
married: 1891 Donald BROWN.

Florence Emily
married: 1894 John Nearns COSGROVE.

Florence Mildred
married: 1894 Louis John Holland ISLIP.

Margaret McCaulay
married: 1894 Guy Robert ANDREW.

Hannah Elizabeth
married: 1895 Martin CAULFIELD.

Sarah Ann
married: 1895 John PETERSON.

Alice
married: 1896 Ernest Edward KING.

Rebecca
married: 1897 James TAYLOR.

Julia
married: 1900 George William GATES.

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

JN 56273

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on 2013-08-05 17:05:20

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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