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HOSKING marriages (females) 1855-1874 Victoria Australia

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HOSKING marriages (females) 1855-1874 Victoria Australia.

HOSKING (females)


Elizabeth
married: 1855 Thomas James CONNELLY.

Mary Jane
married: 1856 William John ROGERS.

Jane
married: 1856 Richard JEFFERY.

Mary
married: 1857 William Wood WATSON.

Elizabeth Jeffery
married: 1857 William John Bailey STEWART.

Jane
married: 1858 Joseph WALLISH.

Margaret
married: 1858 John LETCHER.

Mary
married: 1859 George FORDRED.

Urcella
married: 1860 John WESTERGAARD.

Catherine
married: 1861 Joseph MAIDMENT.

Emma
married: 1861 William Allan RAMSAY.

Grace
married: 1864 James SCADDAN.

Maria
married: 1864 Henry SALOSHIN.

Mary
married: 1865 Henry GENDERS.

Sarah
married: 1867 William EDWARDS.

Mary Jane
married: 1867 Herbert RANDALL.

Elizabeth
married: 1867 Matthew BRYENT.

Elizabeth Delbridge
married: 1868 Joseph Hudson JOHNS.

Catherine
married: 1868 John OPIE.

Ursula
married: 1868 George RICHARDSON.

Emblym Renfry
married: 1868 James Reynolds HENWOOD.

Elizabeth Jane
married: 1870 Joseph George SMITH.

Mariette Elizabeth Elinor
married: 1870 William Henry USTICK.

Elizabeth
married: 1871 Nicholas BENNETTS.

Mary Helen
married: 1872 Hugh HAWTHORNE.

Mary Anne
married: 1872 William Frederick CARTHEW.

Jane Ann Remfry
married: 1872 John George ROBSON.

Emily
married: 1873 Emmanuel HUNKIN.

Emma
married: 1873 William MEADE.

Jane Johns
married: 1873 Joseph Allen JEFFERY.

Mary Jane
married: 1874 Alfred RAGLUS.

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

JN 57404

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on 2013-11-10 01:43:01

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected.
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