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LAIRD marriages (females) 1850-1907 Victoria Australia

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LAIRD marriages (females) 1850-1907 Victoria Australia.

LAIRD (females)


Isabella
married: 1850 William VINEY.

Mary
married: 1855 Thomas DYKE.

Ellen Wilson
married: 1858 Peter JOHNSON.

Sarah
married: 1859 Samuel HORNE.

Christina
married: 1868 Michael KENNY.

Mary Ann
married: 1875 Alvers Walter GREGSON.

Mary
married: 1878 Daniel ODONOGHUE.

Christina
married: 1878 James DALZIEL.

Louisa Matilda
married: 1883 John MCCREDDEN.

Janet
married: 1891 Frederick COE.

Margaret
married: 1891 George DEWE.

Margaret
married: 1892 Gustav William Joachim STELLING.

Maggie
married: 1894 John MALONEY.

Sarah Grierson
married: 1894 Bernard PALMER.

Margaret Elizabeth
married: 1895 John Edmund Thomas MILLS.

Mary Agnes
married: 1895 Francis Henry Alexander MITCHELL.

Susan Annie
married: 1896 Frederick Ernest REAPER.

Jane
married: 1900 Thomas Arthur BIRD.

Mary
married: 1900 John Richard BENJAMIN.

Emily Jane
married: 1901 James SHARP.

Isabel May
married: 1902 Joseph BOGIE.

Agnes Elizabeth
married: 1903 Thomas Sladden BARKS.

Isabella Faskein Dow
married: 1903 Joseph Rickett SHEPHARD.

Agnes
married: 1905 Howard Stuart SERGEANT.

Cora Beatrice
married: 1905 Percy Cuthbert LILLINGSTON.

Jane Donaldson
married: 1905 Charles George CAR.

Charlotte Elizabeth
married: 1906 Patrick KELLY.

Christina
married: 1906 George Edward FISHER.

Viola
married: 1906 Herbert ROBERTS.

Mabel Catherine
married: 1907 Charles George HEATHER.

Margaret Craig
married: 1907 Albert James Robert MILLER.

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

JN 57455

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on 2013-11-15 04:47:25

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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