Ann (Mcintosh) Buchanan

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updated February 06, 2019
Ann Mcintosh Buchanan was born into the Mcintosh family and married into the Buchanan family. She married John Buchanan, and they gave birth to Alex Buchanan. We know that Ann Mcintosh Buchanan had been residing in Yonga, Australia.

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Ann Mcintosh Buchanan

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Mcintosh

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Yonga, Australia

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John Buchanan
Yonga, Australia

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Alex Buchanan
1815 - 1891
Yonga, Australia

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Ann Mcintosh Buchanan married John Buchanan, and they gave birth to Alex Buchanan. We know that Ann Mcintosh Buchanan had been residing in Yonga, Australia.
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