Alice Cadoux (Hudson) Hunter

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Alice Cadoux Hudson Hunter was born into the Hudson family and married into the Hunter family. She married John Archiba Hunter, and they gave birth to James Archibald Hunter. We know that Alice Cadoux Hudson Hunter had been residing in Mord, Australia.

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Alice Cadoux Hudson Hunter

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Hudson

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Mord, Australia

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John Archiba Hunter
Mord, Australia

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James Archibald Hunter
1880 - 1963
Mord, Australia

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Alice Cadoux Hudson Hunter married John Archiba Hunter, and they gave birth to James Archibald Hunter. We know that Alice Cadoux Hudson Hunter had been residing in Mord, Australia.
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Died: 1964
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1886 - 1964
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1896 - 1964
St Arnaud, Australia
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St Arnaud, Australia
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1897 - 1964
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Annie Rooney Hudson
Coburg, Australia
Herbert James Ro Hudson
1904 - 1964
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