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FISHER marriages (females) 1845-1872 South Australia

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FISHER marriages (females) 1845-1872 South Australia.

FISHER (females)

Elizabeth
married: 1845 William WINTER.

Harriet
married: 1846 George ELPHICK.

Anna
married: 1847 John EASTWOOD.

Eliza
married: 1849 James IRON.

Frances Lucy
married: 1851 John Vidal JAMES.

Elizabeth
married: 1851 William GARSED.

Hannah
married: 1851 William JOHNS.

Sarah
married: 1852 George LOWE.

Caroline
married: 1854 George Peter HARRIS.

Emily Ann
married: 1855 Joseph PALMERS.

Henrietta
married: 1856 William WHITEHOUSE.

Elizabeth
married: 1858 Frederick COX.

Theresa
married: 1859 John DUNGEY.

Eliza
married: 1859 George MURRAY.

Agnes Jessie
married: 1859 James DAWSON.

Harriet
married: 1861 Henry SMITH.

Margaret
married: 1862 William STOTT.

Anne
married: 1863 Martin SHEA.

Esther
married: 1864 Richard ACKLAND.

Esther
married: William CALAS.

Mary
married: 1864 William FIFE.

Alice Ellen
married: 1864 Heinrich MARTIN.

Elizabeth Maria Kelke
married: 1866 Frederick MALIN.

May
married: 1866 William STOTT.

Margaret Thompson
married: 1867 John DAWSON.

Elizabeth Mary
married: 1867 Thomas HARVEY.

Eliza
married: 1868 Ralph WILLIAMS.

Emma Ann
married: 1869 Charles Thomas NEWMANN.

Esther
married: 1870 William Isaac BREAKER.

Lucy Julinda
married: 1871 William Escott ESCOTT. *

Eliza
married: 1871 Charles H LILLECRAPP.

Emily
married: 1871 William FIELDHOUSE.

Lucy
married: 1871 William ESCOTT. *

Emily
married: 1872 Frank MUNT.

* Not the same bride and groom.

Compiled from the South Australian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the FISHER lines.

JN 52644

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on 2012-12-27 19:12:18

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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