Alice (Gleeson) Nioa

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updated February 06, 2019
Alice Gleeson Nioa was born into the Gleeson family and married into the Nioa family. She married Munro Rodk Nioa, and they gave birth to Mary Margaret Nioa. We know that Alice Gleeson Nioa had been residing in Wedderburn, Australia.

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Alice Gleeson Nioa

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Wedderburn, Australia

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Alice Gleeson Nioa & Munro Rodk Nioa

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Munro Rodk Nioa

Wedderburn, Australia

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Mary Margaret Nioa
1868 - 1949
Wedderburn, Australia

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Alice Gleeson Nioa married Munro Rodk Nioa, and they gave birth to Mary Margaret Nioa. We know that Alice Gleeson Nioa had been residing in Wedderburn, Australia.
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John Nioa
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Minnie Trephena Nioa
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1859 - 1949
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Margaret Gleeson

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Norman Francis Gleeson
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Heyfield, Australia
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Heyfield, Australia
James Joseph Gleeson
1889 - 1949
Warnambool, Australia
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Warnambool, Australia
Mary Hayes Gleeson

Warnambool, Australia
Thomas Patrick Gleeson
1878 - 1949
Heyfield, Australia
Gleeson Thomas Gleeson

Heyfield, Australia
Julia Drew Gleeson

Heyfield, Australia
Joseph Gleeson
1874 - 1950
Wtown, Australia
James Gleeson

Wtown, Australia
Caroline Armstrong Gleeson

Wtown, Australia
John Joseph Gleeson
1873 - 1950
Ihoe, Australia
Michael Gleeson

Ihoe, Australia

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1864 - 1949
Wedderburn, Australia
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Medley George Medley

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Ellen Keating Medley

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Florence Annie Daff
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Welshpool, Australia
Clayton Samuel Daff

Welshpool, Australia
Mary Jane Mallinson Daff

Welshpool, Australia
Samuel David Mcnaughton
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Werribee, Australia
Mcnaughton John Mcnaughton

Werribee, Australia
Annie Baxter Mcnaughton

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Dugald John Mcnaughton
1875 - 1949
Werribee, Australia
Mcnaughton John Mcnaughton

Werribee, Australia
Annie Baxter Mcnaughton

Werribee, Australia
Harriet Seammell Bensted
1873 - 1949
Werribee, Australia
Welsh Charles Dougl Bensted

Werribee, Australia
Hugh Aikman
1864 - 1949
Werribee, Australia
Aikman John Aikman

Werribee, Australia
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