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MCGOWAN marriages (males) 1842-1890 Victoria Australia

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MCGOWAN marriages (males) 1842-1890 Victoria Australia.

MCGOWAN (males)


John
married: 1842 Margaret PHILLIPS.

Alexander
married: 1852 Elizabeth Tweedy HUGILL.

Samuel Walker
married: 1857 Annie BENSON.

John
married: 1860 Ellen RYAN.

Samuel
married: 1861 Maria GIBSON.

William
married: 1861 Elizabeth PARKER.

William
married: 1864 Jane REID.

James
married: 1865 Margaret KEARNY.

James
married: 1868 Jane KING.

John Glasgow
married: 1869 Martha HENRY.

Daniel Andrew
married: 1869 Josephine ANDERSON.

George Alexander
married: 1871 Susan SKINNER.

James
married: 1874 Ann WRIGHT.

Samuel Henry
married: 1874 Kate GOYNE.

Partick
married: 1874 Susan RIBINSON.

Robert
married: 1876 Emilia Harriett BURTON.

Arthur
married: 1876 Mary HARE.

John
married: 1877 Emma DAVIS.

Thomas
married: 1877 Mary LAIDLAW.

Thomas
married: 1878 Mary LAWSON.

James
married: 1880 Mary RYAN.

Bernard
married: 1880 Ellen COLLINS.

John
married: 1881 Clara Dover PEMBERTON.

Patrick
married: 1881 Clara WILSON.

Thomas Bernard
married: 1884 Mary MCGUIGAN. (Registered 1885)

Patrick
married: 1885 Catherine HOGAN.

James Bernard
married: 1886 Norah MORONEY.

Thomas
married: 1888 Margaret BAIRD.

Thomas
married: 1888 Kate CULHANE.

George
married: 1889 Annie DAVIS.

John
married: 1889 Margery McDonald LINDSAY.

Samuel Brusa
married: 1889 Elizabeth Jane CRICHTON.

Patrick Herbert
married: 1890 Rose Gertrude KNOTH.

Thomas
married: 1890 Eliza WILSON.

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

JN 32833

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on 2011-05-16 03:19:41

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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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