SHAW marriages (females) 1859-1866 Victoria Australia
SHAW marriages 1859-1866 Victoria Australia.
married: 1859 William JEFFERY.
married: 1859 Thomas REDFEARN.
married: 1859 Joseph William STEVENS.
married: 1859 Robert BROWN.
married: 1859 Henry BOSE.
married: 1860 David MCLEISH.
married: 1861 John Crawford VALLANCE.
married: 1861 James KEOGH.
married: 1861 Charles Travers MACKIN.
married: 1861 John MINTERN.
married: 1862 Charles Stanley RAW.
married: 1862 Charles William Absalom THOMPSON.
married: 1862 William PAICE.
married: 1862 James MCKEE.
married: 1863 Henry BULLOCK.
married: 1863 John BUCKLAND.
married: 1863 Malcolm MCINNES.
married: 1863 John MORGANS.
married: 1863 Samuel DAVIDSON.
married: 1863 Henry LILLYCRAP.
Mary Ann Fitzgerald
married: 1863 Peder JORNSEN.
Some confusion with Peder's surname.
In the birth records for his children he is recorded as:
- Peter Jensen MADVIC.
- Peter Jansen MADVIC.
- Peder Jonsen MEDWY.
married: 1864 John Getty CRAIG.
married: 1864 James FRAZER.
married: 1865 Charles Meredith POYNTER.
married: 1865 Henry Roby DAWSON.
married: 1865 George Alfred FEALY.
married: 1866 George EDWARDS.
married: 1866 Henry Ralph HARRISON.
married: 1866 Peter WILLIAMS.
married: 1866 Frederick erdman PLIER.
married: 1866 Augustus WALKER.
married: 1866 Peter FINLAYSON.
married: 1866 Thomas John MARTIN.
married: 1866 William MORRIS.
married: 1866 Nicholas COLLINS.
Marie Anne Adelaide
married: 1866 David MARTIN.
married: 1866 William Innes MCDONALD.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the SHAW lines.
SHAW marriages (females) 1840-1858 Victoria Australia
SHAW marriages (males) 1841-1856 Victoria Australia
SHAW Marriages (males) 1857-1863 Victoria Australia
on 2015-01-10 15:34:28
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.