Agnes (Ball) Alsop

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updated February 06, 2019
Agnes Ball Alsop was born into the Ball family and married into the Alsop family. She married Craig James Alsop, and they gave birth to Janet Alsop. We know that Agnes Ball Alsop had been residing in Winchelsea, Australia.

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Agnes Ball Alsop

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Winchelsea, Australia

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Craig James Alsop
Winchelsea, Australia

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Janet Alsop
1862 - 1953
Winchelsea, Australia

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Agnes Ball Alsop married Craig James Alsop, and they gave birth to Janet Alsop. We know that Agnes Ball Alsop had been residing in Winchelsea, Australia.
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