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LAIRD marriages (males) 1857-1896 Victoria Australia

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LAIRD marriages (males) 1857-1896 Victoria Australia.

LAIRD (males)


John
married: 1857 Maria NASH.

James
married: 1861 Mary ROUGHAN.

Charles
married: 1863 Mary COOKE.

John
married: 1864 Henrietta NEAVE.

James
married: 1864 Emma Jane TILL.

James
married; 1866 Sarah VANCE.

George Greirson
married: 1868 Mary WALL.

James
married: 1871 Elisabeth RICKARD.

William Brown
married: 1873 Annie Stevens LESSELS.

Henry Alexander
married: 1876 Hannah BEVAN.

James William
married: 1878 Ann Jane ROSS.

John Christopher
married: 1878 Elizabeth Agnes ONEILL.

Charles
married: 1881 Margaret ROBERTSON.

William Sinclair
married: 1882 Lillie Eliza REEVE.

David James
married: 1882 Jane WILSON.

Abraham
married: 1884 Emma Grace Louisa MOFFAT.

Samuel
married: 1885 Clara SHEPPARD.

John
married: 1886 Ada Louisa QUINAN.

John
married: Isabella BURNETT.

Charles Almond
married: 1889 Adeline Victoria TAYLOR.

Charles Donald
married: 1889 Martha Sarah SHARPE.

John
married: 1889 Ellen Catherine JOINER.

Richard
married: 1889 Jane ABSALOM.

Andrew Brown
married: 1890 Katherina ADAME.

Richard Walker
married: 1891 Mary Elizabeth KELLAM.

William
married: 1891 Mary Ann HART.

Alexander Smith
married: 1893 May Harcourt HUTCHENS.

John Angus
married: 1893 Robina GILLIES.

Alexander
married: 1895 Jennie BENSON.

Ernest Corrie Campbell
married: 1898 Christina MCINTYRE.

Robert Hill
married: 1896 Mary Louisa ROBINS.

William
married: 1896 Eliza Dorkin LOVELL.

William
married: 1896 Annie RUSSELL.

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

JN 57469

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on 2013-11-16 07:07:46

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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