Agnes (Cumming) Mcglashan

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updated February 06, 2019
Agnes Cumming Mcglashan was born into the Cumming family and married into the Mcglashan family. She married Alexander Mcglashan, and they gave birth to Robert Mcglashan. We know that Agnes Cumming Mcglashan had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

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Agnes Cumming Mcglashan

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Bendigo, Australia

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Alexander Mcglashan

Bendigo, Australia

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Robert Mcglashan
1909 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia

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Agnes Cumming Mcglashan married Alexander Mcglashan, and they gave birth to Robert Mcglashan. We know that Agnes Cumming Mcglashan had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.
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Agnes Mcglashan
Died: 1923
Australia

Other McGLASHANs

Gilbert Keith Mcglashan
1902 - 1961
Melbourne, Australia
Gilbert Mcglashan

Melbourne, Australia
Emm Margaret Mcglashan

Melbourne, Australia
Robert Aden Mcglashan
1884 - 1961
Moon, Australia
Robert Mcglashan

Moon, Australia
Letitia Kook Mcglashan

Moon, Australia
William Mcglashan
1877 - 1962
Carlton, Australia
Robert Mcglashan

Carlton, Australia
Lett Cook Mcglashan

Carlton, Australia
William Anderson Mcglashan
1897 - 1962
Heidelberg, Australia
Peter Mcglashan

Heidelberg, Australia
Jane Mcglashan

Heidelberg, Australia
Alexander High Mcglashan
1875 - 1962
Cock, Australia
John Mcglashan

Cock, Australia
Mary High Mcglashan

Cock, Australia
Thomas Mcglashan
1881 - 1963
Redc, Australia
William Mcglashan

Redc, Australia
Marie Mcglashan
1893 - 1965
Carn, Australia
Alexander Mcglashan
1885 - 1965
Castlemaine, Australia

Other Cummings

William Cumming
1882 - 1959
News, Australia
Alexander Cumming

News, Australia
John Duncan Cumming
1865 - 1959
Swan, Australia
Alexander Cumming

Swan, Australia
Violet Adelaide Cumming
1890 - 1960
Prahran, Australia
Dale Fredrick Cumming

Prahran, Australia
Mary Griefson Cumming

Prahran, Australia
Ethel Jean Cumming
1912 - 1960
Cola, Australia
Prosser Edwin Cumming

Cola, Australia
Basil Cumming
1887 - 1960
Wodo, Australia
John Cumming

Wodo, Australia
Edith Maude Cumming
1882 - 1960
Trar, Australia
Gorman Philip Cumming

Trar, Australia
Diana Somerville Cumming

Trar, Australia
Claude Colin Cumming
1890 - 1961
Park, Australia
Robert Colin Cumming

Park, Australia

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Richard Swift
1875 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
James Swift

Bendigo, Australia
Catherine Peake Swift

Bendigo, Australia
Robert William Johns
1886 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
Thomas Willi Johns

Bendigo, Australia
George Frederick Bullen
1891 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
George Bullen

Bendigo, Australia
James Wilfred Brooks
1891 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
James Wilfre Brooks

Bendigo, Australia
Reginald Thomas Davey
1878 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
Henry Davey

Bendigo, Australia
Maria Davey

Bendigo, Australia
William James Elvey
1892 - 1959
Lockwood, Australia
William Jame Elvey

Bendigo, Australia
Margaret Eli Hazlett Elvey

Bendigo, Australia
Flora Constance Carwardine
1875 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
Hill Frederick Carwardine

Bendigo, Australia
Mary Ann Kershaw Carwardine

Bendigo, Australia
John Ormond Charlton
1889 - 1959
Bendigo, Australia
John Price Charlton

Bendigo, Australia
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