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SPARROW marriages 1842-1882 Victoria Australia

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SPARROW marriages 1844-1882 Victoria Australia.

SPARROW (males)


Joseph
married: 1846 Jean BRUCE.

William
married: 1847 Bridget HARE.

Richard
married: 1851 Lucinda WALSH.

Christopher Watson
married: 1852 Sarah BOLSH.

John
married: 1856 Jane Ellen GOODISSON.

George
married: 1857 Jane MCNALLY.

John
married: 1858 Julia MCDONALD.

William Chambers
married: 1861 Clara SHACKEL.

Isaac
married: 1866 Louisa Helena BROWN.

George
married: 1867 Mary MCNALLY.

John
married: 1871 Annie WHARLDALL.

Judah
married: 1878 Edith Elizabeth LAVENDER.

James
married: 1878 Jemima GALE.

George Thomas
married: 1879 Margaret TAYLOR.

Abigar John
married: 1880 Emma PETERS.
Abigar also recorded as Abijar.

Stephen
married: 1880 Lydia Jane BROOKFIELD.

Reuben
married: 1881 Jeanie RINTOUL.

Alexander
married: 1881 Letitia Lavinia BEASLEY.

Edward Rogers
married: 1882 Maria WILSON.

SPARROW (females)

Mary
married: 1844 Richard CLARK.

Ann
married: 1852 James MCLAURIN.

Jane
married: 1852 John William ALLEN.

Jane
married: 1857 Emmanual MACE.

Maria
married: 1857 James KERNSHAN.

Mary Ann
married: 1857 John Edward MOOR.

Mary
married: 1859 James BRYNES.

Emma
married: 1862 William MADDREN.

Lucinda
married: 1879 John RAY.

Emily Maria
married: 1879 Henry James MCCLURE.

Laura Ellen Tyrer
married: 1881 Thomas READ.

Ruth
married: 1881 Alfred POOLEY.

Athalia
married: 1882 William Alexander EADES.

Amy Woods
married: 1882 Francis MCLAUCHLAN.

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

JN 58447

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on 2014-02-18 02:14:56

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 my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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