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LYALL marriages 1841-1885 Victoria Australia

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LYALL marriages 1841-1885 Victoria Australia.

Males


Andrew.
Married: Helen BROWN 1854.

David.
Married: Eliza BETHELL 1856.

Robert Rolling.
Married: Susan Jane JEMMETT 1856.

William Andrew.
Married: Elizabeth FLAXMAN 1864.

John.
Married: Elizabeth PATON 1870.

James Alexander.
Married: Dorothy LIVINGSTON 1871.

William.
Married: Catherine Agnes KING 1871.

Thomas.
Married: Mary GALLOWAY 1873.

David.
Married: Harriet Antonia Wallace DUNLOP 1875.

Robert.
Married: Jane BREE 1876.

Arthur.
Married: Catherine FENNELLY 1877.

William Bond.
Married: Eliza HAYNES 1878.

William.
Married: Margaret Anna HEMPHILL 1884.

William St Clair.
Married: Catherine MURRAY 1884.

William.
Married: Margaret MONAGHAN 1884.

James.
Married: Elizabeth Ann PEARCE 1884.

Females

Julia.
Married: Henry ANDERSON 1841.

Margaret.
Married: John MICKLE 1848.

Elizabeth.
Married: Thomas ROBINSON 1853.

Helen.
Married: William Allen DONALDSON 1859.

Jane.
Married: George Ferguson SIMPSON 1859.

Alison Arnot.
Married: John SIMPSON 1859.

Mary.
Married: William SHAW 1862.

Catherine.
Married: Sampson Grager HARRIS 1863.

Julia.
Married: William STEWART 1872.

Helene Webster.
Married: James CHRISTIE 1873.

Mary Ann.
Married: James HAYNES 1874.

Marguerite Edith.
Married: Trevethan BURNS 1875.

Margaret Mickle.
Married: Robert Oliphant TIMMS 1876.

Annabella Euginea.
Married: Percy Ralph RICARDO 1879.

Martha.
Married: William RATTRAY 1880.

Eleanor Rea.
Married: Francis Gregory DUNN 1882.

Robina.
Married: Henry John LIVESLEY 1882.

Sarah Amelia.
Married: Richard John LIVETT 1885.

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

JN 65685

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