Aileen Gertrude (Osullivan) Smith

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Aileen Gertrude Osullivan Smith was born into the Osullivan family and married into the Smith family. She married Smith Errol Charles Smith, and they gave birth to Michael Charles Smith. We know that Aileen Gertrude Osullivan Smith had been residing in Hton, Australia.

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Died: 1949
Hton, Australia

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Aileen Gertrude Osullivan Smith married Smith Errol Charles Smith, and they gave birth to Michael Charles Smith. We know that Aileen Gertrude Osullivan Smith had been residing in Hton, Australia.
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Ian Stewart Smith
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Winifred Osullivan
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Fern T G, Australia
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Fern T G, Australia
Margaret Osullivan
1869 - 1950
Abbotsford, Australia
Jerone Osullivan
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Helen Collins Osullivan
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Mary Osullivan
Died: 1950
East Melbourne, Australia
Kevin Mason Osullivan
East Melbourne, Australia
Winifred Marie Mcdonnell Osullivan
East Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Osullivan
1884 - 1950
Shine, Australia
Donovan Michael Osullivan
Shine, Australia
Catherine Looney Osullivan
Shine, Australia
Patrick Michael Osullivan
1865 - 1950
E Cwell, Australia
John Osullivan
E Cwell, Australia
Scully Osullivan
E Cwell, Australia
Edmund Francis Osullivan
1900 - 1950
Coburg, Australia
Edmund Francis Osullivan
Coburg, Australia

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