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DACK marriages 1872-1915 South Australia

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DACK marriages 1872-1915 South Australia.

DACK (males)

Francis Isaac
married: 1872 Elizabeth Louisa WITCOMB.

married: 1876 Martha BISHOP.

married: 1876 Harriet CREASY.

married: 1877 Elizabeth MILNE.

Thomas Henry
married: 1888 Margaret SCOTT.

Albert Augustus
married: 1888 Margaret NORTHEAST.

married: 1893 Elizabeth Doorne SMELT.

George Herbert
married: 1905 Christina MCKINNON.

Thomas High
married: 1908 Caroline Florence MADGE.

Thomas George Francis
married: 1909 Myrtle Mary Elizabeth LARWOOD.

Ernest Henry
married: 1915 Edith Louisa BRISTOW.

DACK (females)

Frances Emily
married: 1880 William CREASY.

married: 1888 Frank BURGESS.

Rosalie Ellen
married: 1895 Thomas ANGRAVE.

Charlotte Louisa
married: 1896 Arthur Dunning CARTER.

Emily Eliza
married: 1899 George GOSS.

Sarah Louisa
married: 1901 James MCEWIN.

Harriet May
married: 1904 Samuel GOSS.

Ella Beatrice
married: 1906 Arthur John NORTHEAST.

Charlotte Maud
married: 1910 Edwin John Elder LARWOOD.

Olive Beatrice
married: 1911 Percy Rupert SMALLACOMBE.

Elsie Ellen
married: 1911 Arthur Albert HICKS.

Lily Eliza
married: 1912 William Malcolm NEATE.

Eva Annie
married: 1913 Charles NEATE.

Margaret Mary
married: 1914 Bernard Francis HIGGINS.

Clarice Vida
married: 1914 Walter James Stanley BOWMAN.

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

JN 54876

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