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ARBUCKLE marriages 1850-1900 Victoria Australia

Journal by tonkin

ARBUCKLE marriages 1850-1900 Victoria Australia.

ARBUCKLE (males)


Thomas
married: 1859 Mary Ann FITZGIBBON.

Joseph
married: 1859 Amelia SMEED.

John
married: 1868 Sushannah HOLLIDAY.

Walter
married: 1868 Jane CHRISTIE.

Joseph
married: 1869 Elizabeth ROWLAND.

John
married: 1870 Bridget ODEA.

Johnston
married: 1872 Mary Ann CAMPBELL.

Robert
married: 1874 Elizabeth KLEPPER.

Robert
married: 1875 Mary BOWDEN.

James
married: 1882 Josephine Robina MCCULLOCH.

Thomas
married: 1885 Ada NEAL.

John
married: 1888 Margaret ERSKINE.

Walter
married: 1888 Florence ROGERS.

John
married: 1891 Matilda Maud CUNNINGHAM.

James
married: 1893 Dolina Mary MATHER.

John
married: 1896 Margaret Ann ANDERSON.

Henry
married: 1897 Constance Elizabeth HAINES.

Samuel
married: 1898 Annie PENMAN.

Robert Scotland
married: 1899 Hannah Rebecca WILDING.

ARBUCKLE (females)

Mary Ann
married: 1850 James CARTER.

Ann
married: 1850 James RIX.

Sarah
married: 1851 Joseph RICHARDSON.

Ellen
married: 1856 Samuel BAIRD.

Jessie Parker
married: 1857 John Stirling HOOD.

Flora
married: 1859 Alexander MACDONALD.

Jessie
married: 1866 Henry Ryder WHEELER.

Margaret
married: 1875 Patrick Henry HARRINGTON.

Isabella
married: 1888 Robert OXLEY.

Jemima
married: 1888 Alexander FOWLER.

Elizabeth Mcleod
married: 1890 James Edward BARAGWANATH.

Jessie
married: 1890 John MCCALLUM.

Mary
married: 1890 John RUSSELL.

Barbara
married: 1894 James Pearson Ross CROLL.

Catherine Scotland
married: 1897 Edward John George TAYLOR.

Mary Ann
married: 1898 Frederick PETTMAN.

Ellen
married: 1900 William MOSS.

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

JN 60553

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