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DEMPSEY marriages 1865-1885 Victoria Australia

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DEMPSEY marriages 1865-1885 Victoria Australia.

DEMPSEY (males)


Daniel
married: 1866 Elizabeth EDWARDS.

William
married: 1869 Annie KERLEY.

Patrick Charles
married: 1871 Eliza YOUNG.

Edmund
married: 1871 Mary GRACE.

David
married: 1871 Mary COUGHLAN.

Samuel
married: 1871 Jane MCCULLEY.

Michael
married: 1876 Anastasia DEMPSEY.

Patrick James
married: 1879 Clara Emily MCINNESS.

James R
married: 1880 Agnes RUSSELL.

William
married: 1883 Mary SCULLY.

DEMPSEY (females)

Anne
married: 1866 Patrick CURRAN.

Emma Jane
married: 1866 James Spring EBBELS.

Julia
married: 1867 James HAMILL.

Mary
married: 1869 Maurice OSHANNASSY.

Bridget
married: 1869 Timothy KENNY.

Harriet Ann
married: 1870 Henry DAVIES.

Etty
married: 1871 Walter Michael BRENNAN.

Ellen Theresa
married: 1871 William KENNEDY.

Mary
married: 1871 Richard SHEA.

Mary
married: 1872 Jeremiah MALONE.

Sarah
married: 1875 John FRASER.

Margaret
married: 1875 John QUINN.

Anastasia
married: 1876 Michael DEMPSEY.

Mary
married: 1876 Lewis BENNETT.

Margaret Jane
married: 1876 Robert BRITNELL.

Sarah
married: 1877 Robert SCOTT.

Ellen
married: 1877 John SALTER.

Mary Teresa
married: 1880 Daniel MINEHAN.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 Henry PAYNE.

Mary Ann
married: 1882 Denis RYAN.

Bridget
married: 1882 Richard DINSDALE.

Annie
married: 1883 David HUTTON.

Catherine
married: 1884 Phillip MACCAHERY.

Catherine
married: 1884 Michael OSULLIVAN.

Annie
married: 1884 George REED.

Mary
married: 1885 John MCCONVILLE.

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

JN 56941

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