Bridgid (Craven) English

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Bridgid Bridgid (Craven) English
Last Known Residence
Sale, Australia
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Bridgid Craven English was born into the Craven family and married into the English family. She married John English, and they gave birth to Gerald Vincent English. We know that Bridgid Craven English had been residing in Sale, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Bridgid Craven English
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Bridgid Bridgid (Craven) English
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Sale, Australia
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Bridgid Craven English married John English, and they gave birth to Gerald Vincent English. We know that Bridgid Craven English had been residing in Sale, Australia.

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1891 - 1954 1891 - 1954
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1877 - 1954 1877 - 1954
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1879 - 1954 1879 - 1954
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1929 - 1954 1929 - 1954
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