Anna Turner

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updated February 06, 2019
Anna Turner married Jehn Turner, and they gave birth to Amelia Anna Turner. We know that Anna Turner had been residing in Wind, Australia.

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Anna Turner

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Wind, Australia

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Jehn Turner
Wind, Australia

Children:

Amelia Anna Turner
1869 - 1954
Wind, Australia

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Anna Turner married Jehn Turner, and they gave birth to Amelia Anna Turner. We know that Anna Turner had been residing in Wind, Australia.
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Anna Rose Turner
1896 - 1958
Ballarat, Australia

Other Turners

Frances Mary Turner
1869 - 1954
Thor, Australia
Rodgers James Turner
Thor, Australia
Jane Turner
1863 - 1954
Ormo, Australia
William Turner
Ormo, Australia
Anne Blanksby Turner
Ormo, Australia
Marion Elizabeth Turner
1865 - 1954
Camberwell, Australia
Clyne David Turner
Camberwell, Australia
Emma Kitson Turner
Camberwell, Australia
Jean Elizabeth Turner
1916 - 1954
Park, Australia
Soutter Albert Turner
Park, Australia
Ruth Cameron Turner
Park, Australia
Victor Robert Ed Turner
1895 - 1954
Will, Australia
Charles Turner
Will, Australia
Isabella Black Turner
Will, Australia
Adrian Charles Turner
Died: 1954
Melbourne, Australia
Charles Bour Turner
Melbourne, Australia
Barbara Mary Wilding Turner
Melbourne, Australia
Charles James Turner
1889 - 1954
Park, Australia
Joseph Turner
Park, Australia

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1890 - 1954
Heidelberg, Australia
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1879 - 1954
Glen, Australia
Cochrane Andre Dawson
Glen, Australia
Christina Fleming Dawson
Glen, Australia
George Venville
1870 - 1954
Footscray, Australia
Mary Margaret Williams
1878 - 1954
Park, Australia
Moriarty Williams
Park, Australia
William Alfred Cook
1881 - 1954
Murr, Australia
Gordon Mcgeorge Miller
1898 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia
Ernest Harold Fr Lowe
1880 - 1954
Fitzroy, Australia
Horatio Will Lowe
Fitzroy, Australia
Christina Fraser Lowe
Fitzroy, Australia
John James Oneill
1897 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia
Alexander Oneill
Melbourne, Australia
Agnes Wright Oneill
Melbourne, Australia
Colin Culton Cromie
1921 - 1954
Clay, Australia
William John Cromie
Clay, Australia
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