Annetta Laura (Tromp) Mcknockiter

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Annetta Laura Annetta Laura (Tromp) Mcknockiter
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Arma, Australia
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Annetta Laura Tromp Mcknockiter was born into the Tromp family and married into the Mcknockiter family. She married William Mcknockiter, and they gave birth to Josephine Mcknockiter. We know that Annetta Laura Tromp Mcknockiter had been residing in Arma, Australia.
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Annetta Laura Tromp Mcknockiter
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Annetta Laura Annetta Laura (Tromp) Mcknockiter
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Arma, Australia
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1894 - 1959 1894 - 1959

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Annetta Laura Tromp Mcknockiter married William Mcknockiter, and they gave birth to Josephine Mcknockiter. We know that Annetta Laura Tromp Mcknockiter had been residing in Arma, Australia.

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