Bridget (Carless) Furnell

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Bridget Carless (Carless) Furnell
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updated September 18, 2019
Bridget Carless Furnell was born into the Carless family and married into the Furnell family. She married Frederick Cudmore Furnell, and they gave birth to Lindsay Gordon Furnell. We know that Bridget Carless Furnell had been residing in Williamstown, Australia.

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Bridget Carless (Carless) Furnell Biography

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Bridget Carless Furnell

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Carless

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Williamstown, Australia

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Bridget Carless Furnell & Frederick Cudmore Furnell

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Frederick Cudmore Furnell
Williamstown, Australia

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Lindsay Gordon Furnell
1899 - 1960
Williamstown, Australia

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Bridget Carless Furnell married Frederick Cudmore Furnell, and they gave birth to Lindsay Gordon Furnell. We know that Bridget Carless Furnell had been residing in Williamstown, Australia.
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Mary Jane Furnell
1873 - 1966
Heidelberg, Australia
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Jinne Harris Furnell
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Rebecca Rose Furnell Ve
Box Hill, Australia
Ernest James Furnell
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Bair, Australia
James Alfred Furnell
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Prahran, Australia
Charles Edwa Furnell
Elst, Australia
Hilda Mary Heap Furnell
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Herbert Giblin Furnell
1898 - 1973
Melbourne, Australia
George Gibli Furnell
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Florence Herbert Furnell
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Selena Violet Furnell
1898 - 1975
Bair, Australia
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Edward Pearcy Carless
1904 - 1960
Moli, Australia
Edward Henry Carless
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Frances Caroline Carless
1877 - 1961
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Shay James Carless
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George Alfred Carless
1886 - 1964
Moliagul, Australia
Edward Pearcey Carless
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Sarah Hopewell (Ford) Carless
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Alice Lynda Jane Carless
1912 - 1965
Duno, Australia
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Marion Ward Carless
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Donald Bertrand Carless
1909 - 1966
Coburg, Australia
Neville Carless
Coburg, Australia
Edwin Carless
1913 - 1973
Heat, Australia
Edwin Carless
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Ada Sumner Carless
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William Frederic Carless
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Preston, Australia
Myrtle Alice Carless
1884 - 1973
Dandenong, Australia

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