Alan Eric Phefley

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updated February 06, 2019
Alan Eric Phefley married Rita Alma Wiggins, and they gave birth to Maxwell Leo Phefley. We know that Alan Eric Phefley had been residing in Carlton, Australia.

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Alan Eric Phefley

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Carlton, Australia

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Alan Eric Phefley & Rita Alma Wiggins Phefley

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Rita Alma Wiggins Phefley
Carlton, Australia

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Maxwell Leo Phefley
1946 - 1960
Carlton, Australia

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Alan Eric Phefley married Rita Alma Wiggins, and they gave birth to Maxwell Leo Phefley. We know that Alan Eric Phefley had been residing in Carlton, Australia.
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Alan Eric Phefley
1908 - 1971
Will, Australia

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Rita Alma Wiggins Phefley
Carlton, Australia
Doris Mary Phefley
1893 - 1970
Wodo, Australia
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Helen Omealy Phefley
Wodo, Australia
Alan Eric Phefley
1908 - 1971
Will, Australia
Christian Phefley
Will, Australia
Martha Schultz Phefley
Will, Australia
Sydney William Phefley
1897 - 1973
Moe, Australia
Christian Phefley
Moe, Australia
Martha Schultz Phefley
Moe, Australia
Annie Irene Phefley
1901 - 1983
Wodo, Australia
Donchi James Phefley
Wodo, Australia
Annie Phefley
Wodo, Australia
Richard Reginald Phefley
1908 - 1985
Wodo, Australia
Jakob Christia Phefley
Wodo, Australia
Martha Phefley
Wodo, Australia

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Rita Alma Wiggins Phefley
Carlton, Australia
Annie Collinson
1885 - 1960
Will, Australia
Edwards Willia Collinson
Will, Australia
Clarice Elice Kearsley
1895 - 1960
Footscray, Australia
Walker Edward Kearsley
Footscray, Australia
Rebecca Ashwood Kearsley
Footscray, Australia
Lionel Eltoft Sitlington
1897 - 1960
Will, Australia
Robert Ernes Sitlington
Will, Australia
Ethel Ivy Middleton
1896 - 1960
Melbourne, Australia
Wall Joseph Middleton
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Victori Mckay
1887 - 1960
Melbourne, Australia
Waddell James Mckay
Melbourne, Australia
Annie Anderson Mckay
Melbourne, Australia
Donald Kenneth Lovel
1893 - 1960
Melbourne, Australia
William Lovel
Melbourne, Australia
Janet Patterson Lovel
Melbourne, Australia
Lyel Hoptoun French
1892 - 1960
Kew, Australia
Henry French
Kew, Australia
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