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VICTORY marriages 1845-1915 South Australia

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VICTORY marriages 1845-1915 South Australia.


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


VICTORY (males)

Peter
married: 1848 Mary KIERNAN.

James
married: 1851 Mary ONEILL.

Luke
married: 1852 Mary MCGANN.

Luke
married: 1862 Bridget HALLEY.

Peter
married: 1863 Catherine RYAN.

James
married: 1880 Anne MCVARISH.

James
married: 1880 Mary OCONNORS.

Luke
married: 1884 Mary FITZPATRICK.

Thomas
married: 1884 Emilie VOGEL.

James
married: 1896 Amelia QUIGLEY.

Timothy
married: 1906 Anastasia Catherine TRAVERS.

James
married: 1911 Gertrude Raphael OBRIEN.

John James
married: 1913 Annie ASHTON.


VICTORY (females)

Catherine
married: 1845 Michael BLOOD.

Margaret
married: 1851 Thomas TILLETT.

Katherine Bridget
married: 1875 Reuben SHARP.

Mary
married: 1881 James MCNAIR.

Margaret
married: 1883 James Bennett MOORE.

Ellen
married: 1884 Cornelius WOODS.

Mary Ann
married: 1885 Thomas KENNEDY.

Mary Ann
married: 1890 Albert BARTON.

Ellen Agnes
married: 1892 Edward Bernard TRAVERS.

Margaret
married: 1892 John Thomas NICHOLAS.

Ellen
married: 1893 John FITZPATRICK.

Bridget
married: 1894 Thomas James PREISS.

Dora
married: 1896 James Joseph MULLINS.

Catherine Julia Maria
married: 1900 William Patrick FROST.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1901 John Joseph CASEY.

Julia
married: 1902 Patrick FENNERCEY.

Katherine
married: 1906 John Albert FLAHERTY.

Ellen May
married: 1908 William John APPELBY.

Elizabeth
married: 1909 James Stephen SLATTERY.

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on 2011-12-25 22:07:33

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members 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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