Annie (Mildren) Osmotherly

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updated February 06, 2019
Annie Mildren Osmotherly was born into the Mildren family and married into the Osmotherly family. She married Osmotherly Jonathan Osmotherly, and they gave birth to William Osmotherly. We know that Annie Mildren Osmotherly had been residing in Watta, Australia.

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Annie Mildren Osmotherly

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Watta, Australia

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William Osmotherly
1878 - 1949
Watta, Australia

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Annie Mildren Osmotherly married Osmotherly Jonathan Osmotherly, and they gave birth to William Osmotherly. We know that Annie Mildren Osmotherly had been residing in Watta, Australia.
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James Harrison Osmotherly
1882 - 1955
Ta Ll, Australia
Jonathan Osmotherly

Ta Ll, Australia
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Ta Ll, Australia
Ethel Mary Osmotherly
1896 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
Mather John Osmotherly

Melbourne, Australia
Mary Fulton Osmotherly

Melbourne, Australia
William George Osmotherly
1922 - 1965
Box Hill, Australia
Percival Osmotherly

Box Hill, Australia
Elsie Maude Smith Osmotherly

Box Hill, Australia
Percival Robert Osmotherly
1925 - 1969
Cheltenham, Australia
Percival Osmotherly

Cheltenham, Australia
Elsie Maud Smith Osmotherly

Cheltenham, Australia
Ethel May Osmotherly
1881 - 1970
Kew, Australia
Emma Watts Osmotherly

Kew, Australia
William Thomas Osmotherly
1920 - 1972
Wangaratta, Australia
William Osmotherly

Wangaratta, Australia
Jane Brown Osmotherly

Wangaratta, Australia
Robert John Osmotherly
1923 - 1972
Melbourne, Australia
Robert Henry Osmotherly

Melbourne, Australia

Other Mildrens

Joseph Henry Mildren
1880 - 1950
Tatta, Australia
Joseph Henry Mildren

Tatta, Australia
Lorrie Evan Mildren
1909 - 1950
Corryong, Australia
William John Mildren

Cong, Australia
Mary Ann Mildren
1877 - 1950
Castlemaine, Australia
Evans Thomas Mildren

Castlemaine, Australia
Virginia Barling Mildren

Castlemaine, Australia
Louisa Violet Blanche Mildren
1870 - 1952
Sham, Australia
Horton Charles Mildren

Sham, Australia
Maud Henrietta Mildren
1889 - 1955
Bulu, Australia
Barlee Ray Reg Mildren

Bulu, Australia
Catherine Daly Mildren

Bulu, Australia
Elizabeth Ann Mildren
1881 - 1956
Carlton, Australia
Laverty James Mildren

Carlton, Australia
Ann Boyd Mildren

Carlton, Australia
Allan George Mildren
1901 - 1956
Corr, Australia
Edward Henry Mildren

Corr, Australia

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Roy Thompson
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Watta, Australia
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Watta, Australia
Rose Anne Oliver Thompson

Watta, Australia
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Watta, Australia
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Watta, Australia
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Watta, Australia
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