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    Eustice Cutler CUTLER—PRIEST.-On the 4th February, St. George's, Woodforde, Magill, by the Rev. A, Honner, Eustace, second son of William Henry Cutler, of London, to Aimee, second daughter of the lat...

Married abroad - marriage notices with overseas references - Australia

If an Australian has married abroad or parents live overseas, the information is not always in our local records.

We will list those announcements here until the person is placed on the tree, or, add them to the project if profiles are created but not yet connected to the tree.

This is a project to assist research, not a project that will be added to if the family is resolved and the information is entered on the profile.


  • 1867 VALENTINE - SMITH.—On the 21st September, by special licence, at St. James's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. M. H. Becher, Mr. William Valentine, Aberdeen, Scotland, late of the John Wesley, to Mary, only daughter of Mr. George Smith, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. Home papers please copy.
  • 1867 McCOLL - GOLDIE.—On the 27th September at Angas-street, by the Rev. James Henderson, of Port Adelaide, Mr. James R. McColl, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. John Goldie, Greenock, Scotland.
  • 1867 MURRAY - DODDS.—On the 25th October, by licence, at Port Adelaide, by the Rev. S Raymond, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. Andrew Murray, of Edron, Scotland, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph Dodds, of Banff, Scotland.
  • 1867 HAWTHORN - BURLEY.—On the 9th October, at the residence of the bride's father, by special licence, by the Rev. B. T Craig, M.A., Alexander Hawthorn, of Scott's Creek, Nairne, second son of Mr. John Hawthorn, Newtown, Hamilton, County Armagh, Ireland, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Burley, farmer, Littlewood, Harrowgate.
  • 1867 HARVEY - HELLYER.—On the 24th September, by licence, by the Rev. J. B. Titherington, at the residence of the bridegroom's father, Saddleworth, Jesse Harvey, eldest son of Mr. Samuel Harvey, to Elizabeth Hellyer, only daughter of Mr. John Hellyer, of St. Blaze, Cornwall, England.
  • 1867 BRANDSTETTER - STAMP.—On the 13th August, at St. Saviour's Church, Clifton Gardens, London, by the Rev. Hamilton Davies, D.D., Richard Brandstetter, Esq., of Brixton, Surrey, and Rüben, near Leipzig, Saxony, to Emily Martha, eldest daughter of W. C. Stamp, Esq., of Randolph Gardens, Maida Yale, and grand-daughter of F. E. Blatspiel, Esq. No cards.
  • 1867 BENNETT - LONGBOTHAM.—On the 1st October, at Trinity Church, by the Very Rev. Dean Farrell, W. B. Bennett, eldest son of Chas. Bennett, of Houghton, to Susannah, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Longbotham, of Houghton, and grandaughter of the late Rev. Mark Longbotham, curate of Catton, Yorkshire.
  • 1867 ADEY - RITCHIE.—On the 10th October, at the residence of Mr. John Barclay, of Millbrook, by the Rev. G. E. Swann, Wesleyan minister, Charles George, youngest son of Mr. William George Adey, Surgeon, Yalding, Chain of Ponds, to Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James Ritchie, of Cockenzie, Haddingtonshire, Scotland.

Family Notices (1867, October 28). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 7. Retrieved November 20, 2016


  • 1880 BUTTERS— MACKENZIE - On the 8th March at the Flinders-street Baptist Church, Adelaide, by Her. 8. Mead, M.A., LL.B., Albert Henry, eldest son of Edward David Butters Worthing, Sussex, England to Elisabeth MacKenzie of Adelaide, eldest daughter of John.
  • 1880 BUlK-PITT- On the 9th March, at Trinity Church, by the Rev.- F. E. Gibbes, Robert Whyte, second son of W. O. Buik Esq., Louie the youngest daughter of the late J. Pitt, Esq. of Wolverhampton, England.

Family Notices (1880, March 20). South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1868 - 1881), p. 4. Retrieved November 19, 2016

  • 1880 BETTS — ROBERTS. — On the 2nd August, at the residence of the bride's parents, Windsor by the Rev. Mr. Wilcox, Thomas Betts, Good-game, Wild Horse Plains, eldest son of Richard De Veir Betts, native of Haddenham, County Bucks, England to Margaret Isabella Roberts, third daughter of James and Frances Roberts.
  • 1880 SCHRODER - PIKE On the 3rd August, at the residence of Mr. John Watson, Unley Park, by the Rev. Mr. Maschmedt, W. G. F. Schroder, to Ann, second daughter of the late Mr. Isaac Pike, Somersetshire, England.
  • 1880 GODFREE— FRINSDORF. — On the 1st August at Christchurch, North Adelaide,by the Rev. F. Coghlan, Josepjh, sixth son. of the late Henry Godfree, Sussex. England, to Amelia Emma, youngest daughter of the late Frederick Frinsdorf, of St. John's Wood. North Adelaide.

Family Notices (1880, August 7). South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1868 - 1881), p. 4. Retrieved November 19, 2016


  • 1881 EDWARDS—TOLL.— On the 29th December, at St. Paul's Church, Adelaide, by the Very Rev. the Dean, William, eldest son of Charles Edwards, Shropshire, England, to Alice, third surviving daughter of the late Charles Toll, of Adelaide.
  • 1881 GRIFFIN— CASTLES.— On the 23rd December, at West-terrace Chapel, by the Rev. Father Sullivan, John Griffin, second son of Roderick Griffin, of Galway, Ireland, to Mary, only daughter of the late Patrick Castles, Cavan, Ireland.
  • 1881 COLES— MADDIGAN.— On the 6th January, at the Methodist Free Church, Waymouth-street, by the Rev. B. P. Mudge, Stephen O. Coles, youngest son of E. Coles, Kent, England, to Annie, only daughter of James Maddigan, of Adelaide.

Family Notices (1881, January 8). South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1868 - 1881), p. 4. Retrieved November 19, 2016


  • 1885 CHESTER—PARLOR.—(anniversary) On the 17th June, 1885, at the Congregational Manse, Port Pirie, by the late Rev. W. Wilson, Thos. S. Chester, son of Elizabeth and the late W. H. Chester, Esq., of Bootle, England, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of the late B. B. Parlor, Esq., of Rapid Bay. Present address—The Ranch, One-Mile Crossing, Pirie South. Family Notices (1910, June 25). Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), p. 33. Retrieved October 28, 2016
  • 1885 BETHELL— GWYNNE.— On the 1st October, at St. Aidan's, Marden, by the Rev. Rowland Hayward, Frederick, youngest son of the late Henry Bethell, Grenville House, Bath, England, to Eleanor, third daughter of the Hon. Mr. Gwynne, Glynde-place, Adelaide.
  • 1885 GILL— HIDDLESTONE.— On the 12th October, at the residence of the bride's sister, Glen Osmond road, Parkside, by the Rev. W. R. Hiddlestone, Walter, eldest son of the Rev. Walter Gill, of Heathfield, Parkstone, Dorsetshire, England, to Elizabeth Frances, youngest daughter of William Taylor Hiddlestone, of Launceston, Tasmania.
  • 1885 CARWARDINE — LINDRUM. — On the 15th October, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. R. Reid, Joseph Carwardine, eldest son of Joseph Carwardine, Leominster, Herefordshire, to Clara Lindrun, eldest daughter of the late Frederick William Lindrum, Adelaide.
  • 1885 KING—YOUNG.—On the 30th September, at the Wesleyan Church, Napperby, by the Rev. J. N. Mills, Norman, second son of Reuben King, Esq., of Port Adelaide, to Elizabeth (Bessie), second daughter of the late Samuel Perrin Young, Esq., Penwortham.
  • 1885 MILLER— SUTTON.— On the 8th October, at St. Paul's Church, Adelaide, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Adelaide, Edward Miller, late of 163, Kennington Park-road, London, to Tryphosa Mary, eldest daughter of the late John Sutton, of Liverpool, and formerly of Para River, Gawler, South Australia.
  • 1885 MORGAN— HARVEY.— On the 23rd September, at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, by the Ven. Archdeacon Farr, LL.D., Godfrey, second son of the late Charles Morgan, of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, to Annie, second daughter of James Harvey.
  • 1885 OGILVY —ELLIOTT. —On the 8th October, at the residence of the bride's parents, Terowie, by the Rev. J. Hier, Alexander J. B., second son of James Ogilvy, Adelaide (late of Gawler), to Mary, eldest daughter of John Elliott, Terowie (late of Dumfrie shire, Scotland).
  • 1885 WALDIN —RANWELL. —On the 10th October, at the residence of Mr. Walter Budden, Liston-street, Parkside, by licence, by the Rev. S. Fairey, William, second son of the late John Waldin, of Mitcham, to Selina Stuart Ranwell, late of Plumstead, England.
  • 1885 WILKINS— ENGLISH.— On the 29th September, at Rathbone House, Parkside, South Australia, by the Rev. David Paton, M.A., B.D., Robert Henry, eldest son of the late George A. Wilkins, Esq., Petersburg, Virginia, U.S.A., to Isabella Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Hon. Thos. English, M.L.C.

Family Notices (1885, October 19). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 1 (Supplement to the South Australian Register.). Retrieved October 28, 2016


  • 1877 BERTIE-McCALMAN.-On the 10th September, by the Rev. J. Pollitt, incumbent of St. Luke's, Thomas Bertie, late of Dundee, Scotland, to Mary McCalman, daughter of the late H. M. McCalman, Black Forest Inn, South road.
  • 1877 CARSLAKE-BROSTER.-On the 13th September, at the Primitive Methodist Church, Two Wells, by licence, by the Rev. W. Diment, Edward, youngest son of Mr. John Carslake, of Dublin, to Emily Rose, fifth daughter of Mr. G. Broster, of Penfield.
  • 1877 COLLINS-VICKERS.-On the 13rh September, by special licence, at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, South Australia, by the Rev. J. Pollitt, David Collins, eldest son of Robt. Collins, of Little Horton, Bradford, York, England, to Mary Elizabeth Vickers, daughter of Edward Vickers, of Wellington Solop. Bradford papers please copy.

Family Notices (1877, September 15). South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1868 - 1881), p. 4. Retrieved November 19, 2016


  • 1895 CUTLER—PRIEST.-On the 4th February, St. George's, Woodforde, Magill, by the Rev. A, Honner, Eustace, second son of William Henry Cutler, of London, to Aimee, second daughter of the late Edward Priest, of Cossington, Somerset-shire. (both fathers are in England - no South Australian births - not connected to the tree yet) Family Notices (1895, April 9). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 3. Retrieved October 23, 2016
  • 1910 DRAKE—SHARP.—On the 14th June, at St. Michael's Church, Mitcham, by the Rev. A. W. Clampett, Charles, eldest son of William Drake, Hammersmith, England, to Beatrice May Sharp, eldest daughter of David Charles Sharp, Mitcham.
  • 1910 HUNT—URQUHART.—On the 8th June, at Fletcher-road, Birkenhead, by the Rev. T. Shanks, M.A. (Presbyterian minister), William Hunt, farmer, of Hope Valley, to Lizzie Lawson, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Urquhart, of Arbroath, Scotland.
  • 1910 LOVERIDGE—GORDON.—On the 24th May, at the manse, Port Pirie, by the Rev. W. J. Walker, Frederick (foreman A.S.T. Co.), fourth son of Captain E. Loveridge, Guernsey, to Alice Maude, only daughter of Mrs. Gordon, Cockburn, S. A.

Family Notices (1910, June 25). Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), p. 33. Retrieved October 28, 2016