Bridget (Delahunty) Degroot

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updated February 06, 2019
Bridget Delahunty Degroot was born into the Delahunty family and married into the Degroot family. She married Degroot Charles Austin Degroot, and they gave birth to Kevin Degroot. We know that Bridget Delahunty Degroot had been residing in Kyneton, Australia.

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Bridget Delahunty Degroot

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Kyneton, Australia

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Died: 1914
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Bridget Delahunty Degroot married Degroot Charles Austin Degroot, and they gave birth to Kevin Degroot. We know that Bridget Delahunty Degroot had been residing in Kyneton, Australia.
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Bridget Elizabet Degroot
1886 - 1975
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Ballarat, Australia
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1915 - 1961
Berw, Australia
Charles Aust Degroot

Berw, Australia
Johannus Martinu Degroot
1938 - 1962
Fran, Australia
Martinus Cor Degroot

Fran, Australia
Ernest John Degroot
Died: 1965
Melbourne, Australia
Adrianus Degroot

Melbourne, Australia
Judith an Lillywhite Degroot

Melbourne, Australia
John Degroot
Died: 1970
Ballarat, Australia
Peter Freder Degroot

Ballarat, Australia
Sandra Mary Mckew Degroot

Ballarat, Australia
Anne Marie Corne Degroot
1956 - 1970
Ballarat, Australia
Petrus Johan Degroot

Ballarat, Australia
Anna Maria Drunen Degroot

Ballarat, Australia
Adriana Degroot
1926 - 1971
Geelong, Australia
Molenaar Antho Degroot

Geelong, Australia

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1856 - 1914
S Fitzroy, Australia
Delahunty Richard Delahunty

S Fitzroy, Australia
Patrick Delahunty
1835 - 1915
Arat, Australia
John Delahunty
1826 - 1915
Geelong, Australia
Delahunty John Delahunty

Geelong, Australia
Fanny Knox Delahunty

Geelong, Australia
Jeremiah Delahunty
1868 - 1917
Ballarat, Australia
William Delahunty
1832 - 1917
Bburn, Australia
Norah Shelly Delahunty

Bburn, Australia
Amelia Delahunty
1852 - 1917
Inverleigh, Australia
Ellen Farrell Delahunty

Inverleigh, Australia
Martin Delahunty
1847 - 1917
Millbrook, Australia
Delahunty Michael Delahunty

Millbrook, Australia
Mary Moylan Delahunty

Millbrook, Australia
Louisa Isabel Delahunty
1880 - 1917
Bendigo, Australia
Goodwin James Delahunty

Bendigo, Australia
Margaret Jane Corr Delahunty

Bendigo, Australia
James Delahunty
1853 - 1917
Melbourne South, Australia

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Kyneton, Australia
Thomas Henry Bengough
1865 - 1914
Kyneton, Australia
Selina Bengough

Kyneton, Australia
Russell Watson
Died: 1914
Kyneton, Australia
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Kyneton, Australia
Maude Mary Hunt Watson

Kyneton, Australia
Edwin Bland
1850 - 1914
Kyneton, Australia
Bland Paul Bland

Kyneton, Australia
Pollard Bland

Kyneton, Australia
Mary Arnold
1828 - 1914
Kyneton, Australia
Hall Joseph Arnold

Kyneton, Australia
Sarah Edwards Arnold

Kyneton, Australia
John Rogerson
1873 - 1914
Kyneton, Australia
Rogerson John Rogerson

Kyneton, Australia
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