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WHITE marriages (males) 1853-1855 Victoria Australia

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WHITE marriages (males) 1853-1855 Victoria Australia.

WHITE (males)


Frederick
married: 1853 Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY.

Alfred
married: 1853 Frances GREEN.

John
married: 1853 Elizabeth CRANE.

Edward
married: 1853 Ann REDGATE.

Henry
married: 1853 Fanny Millicent MCGOWAN.

Charles James
married: 1853 Catherine SMITH.

Joseph
married: 1853 Mary Ann HARGRAVES.

John William
married: 1853 Amelia Matilda SHORT.

James
married: 1853 Mary CONNOR.

William
married: 1854 Sarah BALL.

John
married: 1854 Mary Anne THOMSON.

Henry
married: 1854 Margaret GILDEA.

Edward
married: 1854 Adelaide LANDELS.

Isaac
married: 1854 Caroline CARPENTER.

Michael
married: 1854 Margaret MOLAN.

Alexander
married: 1854 Mary MURDOCK.

Daniel
married: 1854 Eliza Jane KENNEDY.

William
married: 1854 Margaret REID.

Thomas
married: 1854 Mary NICHOLAS.

Simon
married: 1854 Mary BUTLER.

William
married: 1854 Anne JONES.

Edwin
married: 1854 Sarah WEBB.

John
married: 1854 Caroline UEBERGANG.

Alfred
married: 1855 Mary Jane TAYLOR.

Alexander
married: 1855 Hellen RAE.

Thomas William
married: 1855 Fanny LLOYD.

William Patrick
married: 1855 Mary WALTERS.

William
married: 1855 Jane TAIT.

James
married: 1855 Isabella FARQUHARSON.

Samuel
married: 1855 Frances Emeline WILLIAMSON.

Augustus Frederick
married: 1855 Isabella PRESSWELL.

William
married: 1855 Ellen CHAMPION.

Charles
married: 1855 Sarah FRY.

Thomas
married: 1855 Margaret STEVENS.

Thomas
married: 1855 Bridget BARNES.

Thomas
married: 1855 Anne KEATING.

Walter Hill
married: 1855 Janet MORRISON.

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

JN 52076

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on 2012-11-23 13:42:57

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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