August Ludge

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updated February 06, 2019
August Ludge married Wilhemena Craemer, and they gave birth to John William Ludge. We know that August Ludge had been residing in Elst, Australia.

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Elst, Australia

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August Ludge & Wilhemena Craemer Ludge

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Wilhemena Craemer Ludge
Elst, Australia

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John William Ludge
1886 - 1955
Sandhurst, Australia

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August Ludge married Wilhemena Craemer, and they gave birth to John William Ludge. We know that August Ludge had been residing in Elst, Australia.
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August Ernes Ludge
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1878 - 1960
Oakl, Australia
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Other Ludges

Wilhemena Craemer Ludge
Elst, Australia
William Fernand Ludge
1889 - 1959
Sandhurst, Australia
August Ernes Ludge
Sandhurst, Australia
Wilhelmina Kraemer Ludge
Sandhurst, Australia
August Ludge
1878 - 1960
Oakl, Australia
Ernest Henry Ludge
Oakl, Australia
Wilhelmina Chris Ludge
1882 - 1972
Koru, Australia
August Ernes Ludge
Koru, Australia
Wilhelmina Kraemer Ludge
Koru, Australia
Jessica Irene Ludge
1900 - 1979
Dandenong, Australia
Driver William Ludge
Dandenong, Australia
Eliza Blackburn Ludge
Dandenong, Australia

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Wilhemena Craemer Ludge
Elst, Australia
John Robert Page
1888 - 1955
St Kilda, Australia
John Robert Page
St Kilda, Australia
Jane Welsford Page
St Kilda, Australia
Lynette Ann Allen
Died: 1955
Melbourne, Australia
Leslie Frede Allen
Melbourne, Australia
Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen
Melbourne, Australia
Eileen Alice Bradley
1882 - 1955
Brighton, Australia
Gibbins George Bradley
Brighton, Australia
Mary Corcoran Bradley
Brighton, Australia
Victoria Margare Foster
1873 - 1955
Cheltenham, Australia
Joseph Foster
Cheltenham, Australia
Margaret Clarke Foster
Cheltenham, Australia
Kinneburgh
Died: 1955
Melbourne, Australia
Leonard Angu Kinneburgh
Melbourne, Australia
Linda May Hearn Kinneburgh
Melbourne, Australia
Salim Malouf
1873 - 1955
Carlton, Australia
Samuel Malouf
Carlton, Australia
John Gregory Manenti
1926 - 1955
Fitzroy, Australia
Sebastiano Manenti
Fitzroy, Australia
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