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Doughty, Julia Capper (1824–1850)

  • Julia Capper Anstey married John Doughty, 35, a doctor, on 17 November  1842, according to the Rites of the Catholic Church at Oatlands. Mary Bisdee and Thomas Anstey were witnesses.

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  • Anstey, Julia Capper

28 June, 1824
Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia


3 June, 1850 (aged 25)
Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia

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