Alice Veronica (Mcfadden) Hunter

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updated February 06, 2019
Alice Veronica Mcfadden Hunter was born into the Mcfadden family and married into the Hunter family. She married Theodore Ver Hunter, and they gave birth to Norma Jabour and Verdon Patrick Hunter. She had Verdon Patrick Hunter with an unlisted spouse. We know that Alice Veronica Mcfadden Hunter had been residing in Grafton, in Grafton, NSW Australia.

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Alice Veron Alice Veron (Mcfadden) Hunter Biography

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Alice Veronica Mcfadden Hunter

First name

Alice Veron

Middle name

Alice Veron

Maiden name

Mcfadden

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Gender

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Australian

Nationality & Locations Lived

Australian

Religion

Catholic

Last Known Residence

Grafton, in Grafton, NSW Australia

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Dressmaker

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Alice Veronica Mcfadden Hunter & Theodore Ver Hunter

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Theodore Ver Hunter
Heidelberg, Australia

Children:

Verdon Patrick Hunter
Nov 12, 1925 - 1972
Macleod, Vic, Australia
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Verdon Patrick Hunter
Nov 12, 1925 - 1972
Macleod, Vic, Australia

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Alice Veronica Mcfadden Hunter married Theodore Ver Hunter, and they gave birth to Norma Jabour and Verdon Patrick Hunter. She had Verdon Patrick Hunter with an unlisted spouse. We know that Alice Veronica Mcfadden Hunter had been residing in Grafton, in Grafton, NSW Australia.
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Box Hill, Australia
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Park, Australia
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Warr, Australia
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Warr, Australia
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