Alice (Wright) Quelch

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updated February 06, 2019
Alice Wright Quelch was born into the Wright family and married into the Quelch family. She married Gissing Edwin Quelch, and they gave birth to Olive Mary Quelch. We know that Alice Wright Quelch had been residing in Sandhurst, Australia.

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Alice Wright Quelch

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Alice

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Sandhurst, Australia

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Alice Wright Quelch & Gissing Edwin Quelch

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Gissing Edwin Quelch
Sandhurst, Australia

Children:

Olive Mary Quelch
1892 - 1965
Sandhurst, Australia

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Alice Wright Quelch married Gissing Edwin Quelch, and they gave birth to Olive Mary Quelch. We know that Alice Wright Quelch had been residing in Sandhurst, Australia.
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