Alice Margare (Smythe) Hunter

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updated February 06, 2019
Alice Margare Smythe Hunter was born into the Smythe family and married into the Hunter family. She married Scott Alfred D Hunter, and they gave birth to Pearl Henrietta Hunter. We know that Alice Margare Smythe Hunter had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.

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Alice Margare Smythe Hunter

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Heidelberg, Australia

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Scott Alfred D Hunter
Heidelberg, Australia

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Pearl Henrietta Hunter
1916 - 1976
Heidelberg, Australia

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Alice Margare Smythe Hunter married Scott Alfred D Hunter, and they gave birth to Pearl Henrietta Hunter. We know that Alice Margare Smythe Hunter had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.
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Bendigo, Australia
Rodney Paul Hunter
Bendigo, Australia
Jillian Blyth Hunter
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Margaret Jean Hunter
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Wood, Australia
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Wood, Australia
Caroline Hunter
1895 - 1977
Surr, Australia
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Alistair Hunter
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Prahran, Australia
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Other Smythes

Mira Smythe
1910 - 1976
Mildura, Australia
Thomson David Smythe
Mildura, Australia
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1893 - 1978
Temp, Australia
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Temp, Australia
Mary Kilroy Smythe
Temp, Australia
Donald William Smythe
1929 - 1980
Newm, Australia
William Smythe
Newm, Australia
Emily Annie Smythe
Newm, Australia
Winifred Rose Smythe
1901 - 1981
Macl, Australia
Ambrose Willia Smythe
Macl, Australia
Rose Matilda Smythe
Macl, Australia
Vyron Thomas Smythe
1915 - 1981
Heidelberg, Australia
William Smythe
Heidelberg, Australia
May Mabel Smythe
Heidelberg, Australia
Eric Kitchener Smythe
1910 - 1981
Geelong, Australia
John George Smythe
Geelong, Australia
Ethel Smythe
Geelong, Australia
Peter Leslie Smythe
1958 - 1982
Carr, Australia
Graham Norma Smythe
Carr, Australia

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Cecilia Brosnan Harvey
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Maud Agnes Sloley
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Clark Gilbert Sloley
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Elizabe Jane Sloley
St Kilda, Australia
Rose Elizabeth Turner
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Melbourne, Australia
Roy William He Turner
Melbourne, Australia
Johanna Pabst Turner
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Leslie Hector Thomas
1923 - 1976
Kew, Australia
Arthur Lesli Thomas
Kew, Australia
Euphemia Mclean Thomas
Kew, Australia
Catherine Theres Derhorst
1974 - 1976
Fair, Australia
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Fair, Australia
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1974 - 1976
Fair, Australia
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