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YOUL marriages 1855-1905 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

YOUL marriages 1855-1905 Victoria Australia.

YOUL (males)


Richard
married: 1855 Sarah Ann Jane MARTIN

James Brown
married: 1864 Agnes FORSYTH.

William
married: 1865 Anna Maria COSTELLO.

Harry
married: 1867 Emma Mary Gear MARTIN.

William
married: 1867 Jessie White VEITCH.

Michael
married: 1872 Maria MCGRATH.

William Joseph
married: 1876 Ellen HUNTLY.

David Alfred
married: 1888 Eliza Jane BELL.

David Ross Forsyth
married: 1893 Maria Armstrong MCINNES.

John Anderson
married: 1898 Mary Anna MCCULLOCH.

Ebenezer William
married: 1900 Susan Maria WATTS.

Percy Gear
married: 1901 Sarah RAY

James Melbourne
married: 1904 Emma Ann ADAMS.

YOUL (females)

Janet
married: 1855 William GRAY.

Helen
married: 1858 William John BILSBORROW.

Margaret
married: 1858 James SMITH.

Mary
married: 1860 Mattio MARASSOVICH.

Marjory
married: 1866 David MCCLELLAN.

Ada Mary
married: 1883 Guy Murray NANKIVELL.

Edith Rose Phelps
married: 1887 William Bradford BARTLAM.

Mary Catherine
married: 1888 John Mee EDWARDS.

Ellen
married: 1890 Ernest WATSON.

Mary Ann
married: 1891 William BERGER.

Alice May
married: 1892 Alexander CARUTH.

Emily
married: 1901 John VERNER.

Evangeline Mary
married: 1901 Ernest MCCULLLOCH.

Jessie White Veitch
married: 1901 James Edward GERRISH.

Marjory
married: 1901 William Andrew GRAHAM.

Ellen
married: 1902 Patrick NEESON.

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

JN 35886

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on 2011-07-05 17:50:10

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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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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