Alice Elizabet (Smith) Hunter

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updated February 06, 2019
Alice Elizabet Smith Hunter was born into the Smith family and married into the Hunter family. She married Rothacker Char Hunter, and they gave birth to Bernice Elizabet Hunter. We know that Alice Elizabet Smith Hunter had been residing in Gunb, Australia.

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Alice Elizabet Smith Hunter

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Alice Elizabet Smith Hunter & Rothacker Char Hunter

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Rothacker Char Hunter
Gunb, Australia

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Bernice Elizabet Hunter
1924 - 1974
Gunb, Australia

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Alice Elizabet Smith Hunter married Rothacker Char Hunter, and they gave birth to Bernice Elizabet Hunter. We know that Alice Elizabet Smith Hunter had been residing in Gunb, Australia.
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Bund, Australia
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Died: 1974
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Ashw, Australia
Charlotte Scott Smith
Ashw, Australia
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