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YOUNG marriages (males) 1850-1862 South Australia

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YOUNG marriages (males) 1850-1862 South Australia.


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


YOUNG (males)

Henry
married: 1851 Sarah FITZPATRICK.

William
married: 1851 Sarah DREW.

James
married: 1852 Anne CASTOLLO.

William
married: 1852 Eliza JARVIS.

Angus
married: 1853 Mary LANGLEY.

James
married: 1854 Dorothy BIGGS.

Bradshaw
married: 1855 Ann DAVIDSON.

George
married: 1855 Hannah SAFFEN.

John Lorenzo
married: 1855 Martha Paynter YOUNG.

Andrew Meldrum
married: 1855 Catherine HUTCHISON.

Emery
married: 1856 Mary Ann CASTLE.

William
married: 1856 Elizabeth NOCTAR.

Simon
married: 1856 Margaret KENNEDY.

William James
married: 1856 Sarah MURPHY.

Robert
married: 1857 Elizabeth LARKING.

David
married: 1857 Honora HANLEY.

John
married: 1857 Sarah MURPHY.

James
married: 1857 Agnes DOUGALL.

Andrew
married: 1858 Marian Rosalie POWELL.

John
married: 1858 Maria HYNES.

Frederick
married: 1859 Elizabeth MADDICKS.

William
married: 1859 Elizabeth RICHARDSON.

Thomas
married: 1859 Emily Mary DANIEL.

George Henry
married: 1860 Sophia TAYLOR.

John
married: 1860 Sarah Ann DOCHERTY.

John George
married: 1860 Emma VINCE.

Laurence
married: 1861 Christina WISHART.

Isaac
married: 1861 Susan GAVAN.

Gavin David
married: 1861 Frances RICHMAN.

Joseph
married: 1862 Mildred MCCORD.

Elias
married: 1862 Susanna SAINSBURY.

Thomas
married: 1862 Jane HOPE.

Thomas Bisp
married: 1862 Sophia SHARP.

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on 2011-11-08 00:10:31

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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