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BEATTIE marriages 1852-1868 Victoria Australia

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BEATTIE marriages 1852-1868 Victoria Australia.

BEATTIE (males)


George
married: 1852 Ann Jane HAMILTON.

Samuel
married: 1854 Jane MOFFAT.

Alexander
married: 1854 Jane ANDERSON.

George
married: 1854 Sarah Ann MOFFIT.

James
married: 1857 Marion MCDONALD.

Robert
married: 1857 Marion THOMPSON.

Joseph
married: 1857 Mary Anne MCNAMARA.

John
married: 1858 Agnes HOLLAND.

Henry
married: 1860 Margaret SIMPSON.

Christopher
married: 1860 Ellen Ann WARD.

William Bruce
married: 1861 Ellen CHESTER.

Robert
married: 1861 Eliza MURPHY.

Edward
married: 1865 Thurza FOSTER.

Joseph
married: 1865 Joanna CLEARY.

Robert
married: 1865 Jemima Ure WHYTE.

David
married: 1866 Agnes PATERSON.

John Wilson
married: 1867 Georgina KELLY.

George
married: 1867 Agnes MACGREGOR.

Thomas
married: 1868 Annie MCFEE.

Allen
married: 1868 Beatrice PATON.

BEATTIE (females)

Jane
married: 1854 Richard HUNT.

Margaret
married: 1854 James PATTIE.

Christina
married: 1855 Alexander MCGREGOR.

Hannah
married: 1855 William Jarrett TURNLAND.

Helen
married: 1859 John MCLENNAN.

Catherine
married: 1859 Joseph SMIRTHWAIT.

Janatt
married: 1861 John Peter OPIE.

Janet Richmond
married: 1861 George GIBSON.

Helen
married: 1861 John WHITE.

Matilda
married: 1861 Joslen MCEWAN.

Emma
married: 1862 John Peter SMITH.

Jane Mont Anderson
married: 1862 Alexander Kennedy COWAN.

Sarah
married: 1865 William MCNABB.

Ellen Dalrymple
married: 1868 Harrie WOOD.

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

JN 56249

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