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CROSBY marriages 1843-1900 Victoria Australia

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CROSBY marriages 1843-1900 Victoria Australia.

CROSBY (males)


James
married: 1843 Maria RYAN.

William
married: 1860 Elzabeth Amelia LANDOR.

Edward Andrew
married: 1864 Susanna Jane SWAN.

James Joseph
married: 1873 Catherine DOWNY.

William Charles
married: 1875 Agnes Elizabeth BATES.

James
married: 1879 Ann POLDING.

John Lincoln
married: 1887 Catherine TUDDENHAM.

James Crellin
married: 1888 Marie Cecile MURRAY.

Thomas
married: 1888 Bridget Jane CORRIGAN.

Charles Fenwick
married: 1889 Ellen Swanton HINES.

David
married: 1890 Nellie GRANGE.

James
married: 1893 Julia Leslie MCCONECHY.

Thomas Crellin
married: 1893 Annie Mabel Selina RYAN.

Andrew James
married: 1895 Frances Eliza HITCHEN.

James William
married: 1895 Ellen GUILLE.

John Franklin
married: 1898 Ida Lillian Alice BUZZARD.

CROSBY (females)

Caroline
married: 1856 Henry STEVENSON.

Letitia
married: 1858 George WARD.

Ellen
married: 1865 Patrick REIDY.

Ann Pacton
married: 1869 Charles Magnes JOHNSON.

Harriet Louisa
married: 1872 George PEACOCK.

Matilda Mary
married: 1879 John David MCEWAN.

Ellen Sophia
married: 1879 Thomas Matthew LADD.

Mary Elizabeth
married: 1883 William Stephen PEACE.

Kate
married: 1884 James MORTON.

Clara Hope
married: 1885 William DONALD.

Elizabeth Katie
married: 1885 John Thomas REID.

Catherine
married: 1885 John HACKETT.

Clara Harriet
married: 1887 John LEISHMAN.

Gerte
married: 1897 James Henry MCGREGOR.

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

JN 43556

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on 2011-12-16 22:14:34

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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