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WISE marriages (males) 1844-1883 Victoria Australia

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WISE marriages (males) 1844-1883 Victoria Australia.

WISE (males)


George
married: 1844 Alice LUCKER.

Henry
married: 1844 Rebecca HUTCHINSON.

John
married: 1845 Jane WELLER.

James
married: 1852 Mary MCINTOSH.

John
married: 1854 Elizabeth JONES.

William Scotton
married: 1854 Ellen NOONAN.

Francis
married: 1855 Margaret MARTIN.

Edward
married: 1856 Maria Bate SMITH.

Mark
married: 1860 Ellen BOND.

Arthur
married: 1860 Mary ALLEN.

William
married: 1861 Elizabeth NICHOLLS.

Frederick Marriott
married: 1865 Mary LAMB.

Joseph
married: 1866 Ann WOLSTENHOLME.

Henry George
married: 1867 Emily GREGORY.

Arthur
married: 1868 Sarah Ann THORNE.

Richard Edwin
married: 1870 Margaret BOYLE.

George
married: 1870 Elizabeth HOLDEN.

Johan
married: 1870 Matilda MARKS.

Michael Murray
married: 1870 Catherine WISE.

Charles
married: 1871 Catherine CAMERON.

James
married: 1872 Mahala REED.

Henry
married: 1873 Jane Isabella KILPATRICK.

Edward
married: 1873 Mary CONROY.

George
married: 1873 Agnes Amelia KILPATRICK.

Stephen
married: 1874 Mary LILLEY.

George
married: 1875 Mary Grace VODDEN.

George
married: 1875 Agnes HUSHION.

Stephen Theodore
married: 1875 Catherine SULLIVAN.

James Arthur
married: 1876 Emma WALLIS.

William
married: 1877 Margaret MARTIN.

William James
married: 1878 Mary Ann ALSTON.

George Henry
married: 1880 Mary Thornton SMITH.

Thomas
married: 1881 Flora WILLIS.

Samuel
married: 1882 Bridget MCGINTY.

Henry George
married: 1882 Emily Lyttleton HUTCHISON.

Henry James
married: 1883 Fanny RATTLE.

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

JN 62414

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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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