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CULLEN marriages 1861-1873 Victoria Australia

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CULLEN marriages 1861-1873 Victoria Australia.

CULLEN (males)


Richard
married: 1861 Elizabeth HANNER.

Rody
married: 1861 Mary DOYLE.

Bartlet
married: 1862 Catherine OKEEFFE.

William
married: 1862 Mary FARRELL.

Robert
married: 1863 Annie BUDDS.

Samuel
married: 1863 Sarah Ann French NEAL.

Franis
married: 1863 Mary Ann RICE.

Denis
married: 1864 Ann KINSELLA.

John
married: 1864 Mary Jane COLEMAN.

Patrick
married: 1866 Catherine CARROLL.

William
married: 1868 Catherine MOLONEY.

William
married: 1868 Jeanette FRASER.

Nathaniel
married: 1869 Mary Ann SYKES.

John
married: 1869 Mary JORDAN.

William
married: 1870 Bridget KILKELLY.

Alfred
married: 1871 Louisa ILTON.

Henry
married: 1871 Emma Amy GILBEY.

Richard
married: 1872 Annie MCCAFFERY.

Malcolm
married: 1872 Helen ROBERTSON.

James John
married: 1872 Susannah Elizabeth THORLEY.

William
married: 1872 Harriet ROBERTSON.

John
married: 1873 Elizabeth KEMPSTER.

Patrick
married: 1873 Mary OROURKE.

CULLEN (females)

Margaret
married: 1861 Prosper SANDAL.

Anne
married: 1862 Albert WEEKS.

Sarah
married: 1862 John HOWELLS.

Margaeretta
married: 1865 Cyrus Warren BOULTON.

Mary Catherine
married: 1865 Denis HALLAHAN.

Sarah
married: 1866 Henry CRABTREE.

Anne
married: 1867 Robert BURKE.

Mary Ann
married: 1867 Michael DOYLE.

Jeane
married: 1869 Timothy RYAN.

Caroline Agnes
married: 1869 James BANA.

Jane
married: 1872 Ezra HULL.

Jane
married: 1873 Thomas DIXON.

Elizabeth Mary Agnes
married: 1873 John Patrick NOLAN.

Ellen
married: 1873 Henry John CLIFFORD.

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

JN 56670

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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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