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LAIRD marriages (females) 1850-1907 Victoria Australia

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LAIRD marriages (females) 1850-1907 Victoria Australia.

LAIRD (females)

married: 1850 William VINEY.

married: 1855 Thomas DYKE.

Ellen Wilson
married: 1858 Peter JOHNSON.

married: 1859 Samuel HORNE.

married: 1868 Michael KENNY.

Mary Ann
married: 1875 Alvers Walter GREGSON.

married: 1878 Daniel ODONOGHUE.

married: 1878 James DALZIEL.

Louisa Matilda
married: 1883 John MCCREDDEN.

married: 1891 Frederick COE.

married: 1891 George DEWE.

married: 1892 Gustav William Joachim STELLING.

married: 1894 John MALONEY.

Sarah Grierson
married: 1894 Bernard PALMER.

Margaret Elizabeth
married: 1895 John Edmund Thomas MILLS.

Mary Agnes
married: 1895 Francis Henry Alexander MITCHELL.

Susan Annie
married: 1896 Frederick Ernest REAPER.

married: 1900 Thomas Arthur BIRD.

married: 1900 John Richard BENJAMIN.

Emily Jane
married: 1901 James SHARP.

Isabel May
married: 1902 Joseph BOGIE.

Agnes Elizabeth
married: 1903 Thomas Sladden BARKS.

Isabella Faskein Dow
married: 1903 Joseph Rickett SHEPHARD.

married: 1905 Howard Stuart SERGEANT.

Cora Beatrice
married: 1905 Percy Cuthbert LILLINGSTON.

Jane Donaldson
married: 1905 Charles George CAR.

Charlotte Elizabeth
married: 1906 Patrick KELLY.

married: 1906 George Edward FISHER.

married: 1906 Herbert ROBERTS.

Mabel Catherine
married: 1907 Charles George HEATHER.

Margaret Craig
married: 1907 Albert James Robert MILLER.

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

JN 57455

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