Alexander Oneill

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updated February 06, 2019
Alexander Oneill married Agnes Wright, and they gave birth to John James Oneill. We know that Alexander Oneill had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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Alexander Oneill

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Alexander Oneill & Agnes Wright Oneill

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Agnes Wright Oneill
Melbourne, Australia

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John James Oneill
1897 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia

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Alexander Oneill married Agnes Wright, and they gave birth to John James Oneill. We know that Alexander Oneill had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.
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Other ONeills

Agnes Wright Oneill
Melbourne, Australia
Edward Oneill
1868 - 1954
Cheltenham, Australia
Michael Oneill
Cheltenham, Australia
Mary Oneill
Cheltenham, Australia
James Myles Oneill
1880 - 1954
Will, Australia
Michael Jose Oneill
Will, Australia
Alicia Byrne Oneill
Will, Australia
Margaret Oneill
1928 - 1954
Park, Australia
Doherty George Oneill
Park, Australia
Ellen Keating Oneill
Park, Australia
Arthur James Oneill
1886 - 1954
Sandhurst, Australia
Arthur St Jo Oneill
Ivan, Australia
Lillian Edith Oneill
1891 - 1954
Heidelberg, Australia
Mcore George Oneill
Heidelberg, Australia
Elizabeth Worley Oneill
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Oneill
1877 - 1954
Clay, Australia
James Wren Oneill
Clay, Australia
Emma Etheridge Oneill
Clay, Australia
John Thomas Oneill
1883 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia

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Agnes Wright Oneill
Melbourne, Australia
Colin Culton Cromie
1921 - 1954
Clay, Australia
William John Cromie
Clay, Australia
Jane Driver
1873 - 1954
Richmond, Australia
Thompson Edward Driver
Richmond, Australia
Mary Jane Porter Driver
Richmond, Australia
Kenneth Leslie Duckett
Died: 1954
Carlton, Australia
Walter Duckett
Carlton, Australia
Valerie Baxter Duckett
Carlton, Australia
Gerard Mcelwain
Died: 1954
Carlton, Australia
John Francis Mcelwain
Carlton, Australia
Mary Julia Ell Feely Mcelwain
Carlton, Australia
Julie Ann Nankervis
1953 - 1954
Carlton, Australia
Maurice Nankervis
Carlton, Australia
Margaret Ethel Semmens
1882 - 1954
Park, Australia
Stuart Oscar J Semmens
Park, Australia
Annie Mcdougall Semmens
Park, Australia
Dulcie Mary Hopkins
1903 - 1954
Park, Australia
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