KIRBY marriages (males) 1876-1892 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marriages 1876-1892 Victoria Australia.
married: 1876 Sarah Ann BINCH.
married: 1878 Agnes Percy PEET.
married: 1878 Annie BARNES.
married: 1878 Emma ANGELL.
married: 1879 Louisa Mary TURNER.
married: 1879 Catherine POWER.
married: 1880 Ella KENYON.
married: 1880 Margaret Barclay BAND.
married: 1881 Carol Sapphire HASSAN.
married: 1882 Ruth Dianah HITT.
married: 1882 Annie WILLIAMSON.
married: 1883 Mary RYAN.
married: 1884 Hannah Maria KING.
married: 1884 Elizabeth LILLEY.
married: 1884 Mary Ann BAILEY.
married: 1884 Johanna FOLEY.
married: 1884 Elizabeth Jane ARMSTRONG.
married: 1884 Sarah JENKINS.
married: 1885 Mary HAWKE.
married: 1885 Mary Elizabeth HART.
married: 1886 Harriet Harris SCOTT.
married: 1886 Jessie COATS.
married: 1886 Miriam Alma Alleyne FERNLEIGH.
married: 1886 Mary Honorah GARTNER.
married: 1887 Ellen Jane CAMPBELL.
married: 1888 Blanche May REDPATH.
married: 1888 Maria CROWE.
married: 1888 Johanna Mary FOX.
married: 1890 Amy Hannah KING.
married: 1890 Eliza CHRISTMAS.
married: 1891 Agnes COLLINS.
married: 1891 Mary Ann CLARK.
married: 1892 Bridget MCEWAN.
married: 1892 Mary Jane COLVIN.
married: 1892 Jane MADDEN.
married: 1892 Jane Maria INGHAM.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the KIRBY lines.
KIRBY marriages (males) 1850-1875 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marriages (males) 1893-1909 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marriages (males) 1910-1917 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marriages (females) 1843-1870 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marriages (females) 1871-1888 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marriages (females) 1889-1905 Victoria Australia
KIRBY marraiges (females) 1906-1914 Victoria Australia
on 2014-05-26 04:38:51
tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
Journals are intended to assist new members 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 or advised.