Ann Mitchell (Thom) Delaland

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updated February 06, 2019
Ann Mitchell Thom Delaland was born into the Thom family and married into the Delaland family. She married Stephens Thoma Delaland, and they gave birth to Agnes Delaland. We know that Ann Mitchell Thom Delaland had been residing in Footscray, Australia.

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Ann Mitchell Thom Delaland

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Footscray, Australia

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Ann Mitchell Thom Delaland & Stephens Thoma Delaland

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Stephens Thoma Delaland

Footscray, Australia

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Agnes Delaland
1887 - 1964
Footscray, Australia

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Ann Mitchell Thom Delaland married Stephens Thoma Delaland, and they gave birth to Agnes Delaland. We know that Ann Mitchell Thom Delaland had been residing in Footscray, Australia.
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Hector George Delaland
1886 - Oct 5, 1965
Collingwood, Australia
Phillip Delaland

Footscray, Australia
Lavinia Moore Delaland

Footscray, Australia
Arnold Philip Delaland
1910 - 1968
Ballarat, Australia
Delaland Leona Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Jessica Patterson Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Jessie Craig Delaland
1887 - 1969
Ballarat, Australia
Patterson John Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Isabella Rodger Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Hazel Irene Delaland
1912 - 1970
Ballarat, Australia
Green William Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Isabell Pitman Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Norman Arthur Delaland
1901 - 1974
Ballarat, Australia
Arthur Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Margaret Anne Drough Delaland

Ballarat, Australia
Jonathon Delaland
1919 - 1976
Footscray, Australia
Hector Georg Delaland

Footscray, Australia
Agnes Stephens Delaland

Footscray, Australia
Mavis Vina Delaland
1910 - 1978
Ballarat, Australia
Sullivan James Delaland

Ballarat, Australia

Other Thoms

John Thom
1903 - 1964
Mitc, Australia
Walter Thom

Mitc, Australia
Elizabeth Orr Thom

Mitc, Australia
Harry Thom
1887 - 1964
Ashb, Australia
Frederick Thom

Ashb, Australia
Isabel Larkin Thom

Ashb, Australia
Sydney Claude Thom
1889 - 1964
Beec, Australia
Walter Thom

Beec, Australia
Mary Harvey Thom

Beec, Australia
Isaac Davidson Thom
1897 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
David Thom

Melbourne, Australia
Mary Smith Smith Thom

Melbourne, Australia
Janet Nish Thom
1886 - 1965
Poin, Australia
Robert Thom

Poin, Australia
Francis James Thom
1923 - 1966
Ballarat, Australia
William Thom

Ballarat, Australia
Florence Diana Marks Thom

Ballarat, Australia
Stephen Thom
1958 - 1966
Cald, Australia
Allan Archib Thom

Cald, Australia

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Park, Australia
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1892 - 1964
Daylesford, Australia
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Daylesford, Australia
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Daylesford, Australia
George Henry White
1888 - 1964
Vi Town, Australia
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Vi Town, Australia
Margaret Aldridge White

Vi Town, Australia
Sydney Angel Turner
1878 - 1964
Arar, Australia
Henry Turner

Arar, Australia
Alice Hammill Turner

Arar, Australia
William George Burke
1896 - 1964
Arar, Australia
George Burke

Arar, Australia
Gertrude Mary Wheeler
1882 - 1964
Arar, Australia
Lang Henry Har Wheeler

Arar, Australia
Thomas Joseph Vi Tuttle
1896 - 1964
Arar, Australia
John Tuttle

Arar, Australia
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