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HEATH marriages (females) 1850-1890 South Australia

Journal by tonkin

HEATH marriages 1850-1890 South Australia.

Females


Esther
Married: Reuben DURBIDGE 1850.

Ann
Married: Peter STEWART 1852.

Mary Elizabeth
Married: Richard WEST 1855.

Martha
Married: Robert EVANS 1856.

Emma Jane
Married: George Augustus MATTHEWS 1857.

Jane
Married: William PEARCE 1859.

Alice
Married: Benjamin Morgan PERRYMAN 1861.

Sarah
Married: George SHIELL 1862.

Adelaide
Married: George KELLOGG 1862.

Rhoda
Married: Samuel HOPKINS 1866.

Ellen
Married: William READ 1867.

Elizabeth
Married: William Stanford BEASLEY 1870.

Harriet
Married: Charles Alexander PATERSON 1872.

Mary Ann
Married: Henry ATYEO 1874.

Elizabeth Sarah
Married: Charles Sturt COOK 1875.

Sarah Ann
Married: Alexnader MCLEAN 1875.

Charlotte
Married: James ARVON 1877.

Emily
Married: Thomas EASTON 1877.

Amelia
Married: Edmund HAND 1877.

Maria
Married: William TELFER 1877.

Annie
Married: Joseph RAVIL 1878.

Catherine
Married: Edward Millwood POOLE 1879.

Elizabeth Eleanor
Married: Thomas Joseph MOORE 1885.

Mary Rosetta
Married: John Heath ALLEN 1888.

Florence Mary Rebecca
Married: Francis Sidney WITCOMB 1888.

Emma Eliza
Married: Walter Fisher BEARD 1889.

Elizabeth Maryann
Married: John PERRYMAN 1889.

Fanny Eliza
Married: William Verco CORNISH 1890.

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

JN 66335

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