Alice Erskine (Travis) Wheatland

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Alice Erskine (Travis) Wheatland
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Alice Erskine (Travis) Wheatland was born into the Travis family and married into the Wheatland family. She was the parent of Frank Travis Wheatland, and Benjamin Wilmot Wheatland with an unlisted spouse. We know that Alice Erskine (Travis) Wheatland had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.
Updated: September 11, 2019
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Alice Erskine (Travis) Wheatland
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She was the parent of Frank Travis Wheatland, and Benjamin Wilmot Wheatland with an unlisted spouse. We know that Alice Erskine (Travis) Wheatland had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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