Annie Eliza (Canty) Dawson

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updated February 06, 2019
Annie Eliza Canty Dawson was born into the Canty family and married into the Dawson family. She married Christopher Dawson, and they gave birth to Michael Stanley Dawson. We know that Annie Eliza Canty Dawson had been residing in Yarr, Australia.

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Annie Eliza Canty Dawson

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Yarr, Australia

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Christopher Dawson
Yarr, Australia

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Michael Stanley Dawson
1902 - 1979
Yarr, Australia

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Annie Eliza Canty Dawson married Christopher Dawson, and they gave birth to Michael Stanley Dawson. We know that Annie Eliza Canty Dawson had been residing in Yarr, Australia.
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1896 - 1980
Esse, Australia
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Esse, Australia
Elizabeth Dawson
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Iris Letitia Dawson
1897 - 1980
Caulfield, Australia
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Caulfield, Australia
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Caulfield, Australia
Elizabeth Jane Dawson
1906 - 1980
Hami, Australia
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Hami, Australia
Ann Mary Dawson
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Mildura, Australia
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Mildura, Australia
Helen Dawson
Mildura, Australia
Stewart Howe Dawson
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Footscray, Australia
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Maid, Australia

Other Canties

Gwendaline Lilian Canty
1918 - 1980
Cant, Australia
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Cant, Australia
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Cant, Australia
John Francis Canty
1924 - 1981
Ashw, Australia
John Canty
Ashw, Australia
Sylvia Canty
Ashw, Australia
John Alexander Canty
1922 - 1982
Preston, Australia
Mary Canty
Preston, Australia
James Patrick Canty
1902 - 1983
Heidelberg, Australia
Jnaes Canty
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Bridget Canty
Heidelberg, Australia
John Francis Canty
1906 - 1984
Drom, Australia
James Canty
Drom, Australia
Mary Bridget Canty
Drom, Australia
James Aloysius Canty
1917 - 1984
Pake, Australia
Patrick Ignati Canty
Pake, Australia
Teresa Mary Canty
Pake, Australia
Olive Marjory Canty
1923 - 1985
A Ar, Australia
Johnson Edward Canty
A Ar, Australia
Ada Canty
A Ar, Australia

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Heidelberg, Australia
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Fitzroy, Australia
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Fitzroy, Australia
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Macl, Australia
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Macl, Australia
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