Agnes Jane (Matherson) Campbell

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Agnes Jane Matherson Campbell was born into the Matherson family and married into the Campbell family. She married Campbell William Henry Campbell, and they gave birth to Lorna Winifred Mary Campbell. We know that Agnes Jane Matherson Campbell had been residing in Rworth, Australia.

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1918 - 1949
Rworth, Australia

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Agnes Jane Matherson Campbell married Campbell William Henry Campbell, and they gave birth to Lorna Winifred Mary Campbell. We know that Agnes Jane Matherson Campbell had been residing in Rworth, Australia.
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Agnes Marnock Campbell
around 1899 - May 6, 1941
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around 1901 - Mar 13, 1941
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Agnes Matilda Campbell
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Park, Australia
Agnes Joyce Campbell
1910 - 1983
Warr, Australia
Agnes Laura Campbell
Scau, Australia
Agnes Emma Campbell
Kew, Australia
Agnes Munro Campbell
Geelong, Australia
Agnes Ellen Campbell
1902 - 1978
Prahran, Australia
Agnes Martin Campbell
Birr, Australia
Agnes Patterson Campbell
1885 - 1975
Geelong, Australia
Agnes Jane Campbell
1883 - 1974
Rush, Australia
Agnes Shaw Campbell
Alto, Australia
Agnes Kean Campbell
Bent, Australia
Agnes Phoebe Campbell
1905 - 1972
Park, Australia
Agnes Templeton Campbell
Brighton, Australia
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Will, Australia

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John Campbell
1859 - 1949
Wbeal, Australia
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Wbeal, Australia
Percy William Campbell
1878 - 1949
Ballarat, Australia
Campbell William Campbell
Ballarat, Australia
Annie Comrie Campbell
Ballarat, Australia
Catherine Campbell
1870 - 1949
Ballarat, Australia
Powell George Campbell
Ballarat, Australia
Bridget Sheehan Campbell
Ballarat, Australia
Charles Edwin Campbell
1879 - 1949
Croydon, Australia
Tolmae Campbell
Croydon, Australia
Mary Campbell
1867 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Hamilton John Campbell
Geelong, Australia
Mary Morarty Campbell
Geelong, Australia
Jessie Jeanette Campbell
1867 - 1949
Gborough, Australia
Huntley Thomas Campbell
Gborough, Australia
Mary Ann Ferguson Campbell
Gborough, Australia
Francis Frederick Campbell
1864 - 1949
Wgul, Australia

Other Mathersons

John Matherson
1877 - 1959
Myrt, Australia
Donald Matherson
Myrt, Australia
Charles Edward Matherson
1880 - 1966
Mildura, Australia
James Matherson
Mildura, Australia
Ellen Ahearn Matherson
Mildura, Australia
Christina Anne Matherson
1892 - 1968
Fitzroy, Australia
Mcdonald Pierc Matherson
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Ann Chapman Matherson
Fitzroy, Australia
Donald Edward Ar Matherson
1899 - 1969
Cobr, Australia
William Matherson
Cobr, Australia
William Matherson
1955 - 1976
Fran, Australia
Edward Chris Matherson
Fran, Australia
Alfred John Alla Matherson
1908 - 1979
Bent, Australia
Alfred John Matherson
Bent, Australia

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Dunstan William Dunstan
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Mckenzie James Mcpherson
Rutherglen, Australia
Martha Stephenson Mcpherson
Rutherglen, Australia
Emily Jolly
1870 - 1949
Rutherglen, Australia
Allen Joseph Jolly
Rutherglen, Australia
Mary Hannah Hicks Jolly
Rutherglen, Australia
Margaret Josine Howell
1875 - 1949
Rutherglen, Australia
Kelly Thomas Howell
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Rutherglen, Australia
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Rutherglen, Australia
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