Brooks William Dart

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updated February 06, 2019
Brooks William Dart married Jane Catherine, and they gave birth to Muriel Alice Dart. We know that Brooks William Dart had been residing in Murr, Australia.

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Brooks William Dart Biography

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Brooks William Dart

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Brooks

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William

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Last Known Residence

Murr, Australia

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Brooks William Dart & Jane Catherine Dart

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Jane Catherine Dart

Murr, Australia

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Muriel Alice Dart
1897 - 1981
Murr, Australia

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Brooks William Dart married Jane Catherine, and they gave birth to Muriel Alice Dart. We know that Brooks William Dart had been residing in Murr, Australia.
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Jane Catherine Dart

Murr, Australia
Rosie Victoria M Dart
1915 - 1981
Dandenong, Australia
Hutchinson Cha Dart

Dandenong, Australia
May Frances Dart

Dandenong, Australia
Ruby Margaret Dart
1907 - 1982
Echuca, Australia
Hynes James Dart

Echuca, Australia
Ruby Dart

Echuca, Australia
Ruby Dart
1899 - 1982
Warr, Australia
Ladlow George Dart

Warr, Australia
Ann Mary Dart

Warr, Australia
Stanley William Dart
1915 - 1982
Blac, Australia
William Dart

Blac, Australia
Sophie Dart

Blac, Australia
Geoffrey William Dart
1964 - 1982
Warr, Australia
William Jame Dart

Warr, Australia
Frances Clarie Dart

Warr, Australia
William Douglas Dart
1898 - 1983
Warr, Australia
Frederick Dart

Warr, Australia
Amelia Dart

Warr, Australia
Reginald Ernest Dart
1909 - 1983
Lasc, Australia

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Jane Catherine Dart

Murr, Australia
Osvalds Rode
1906 - 1981
Mtal, Australia
Kristaps Rode

Mtal, Australia
Anna Rode

Mtal, Australia
Gladys Dorothy Bosaid
1918 - 1981
Nuna, Australia
Mcmillan James Bosaid

Nuna, Australia
Evelyn Laura Bosaid

Nuna, Australia
Alma Ivy Jackson
1889 - 1981
Cran, Australia
King Llewellyn Jackson

Cran, Australia
Jennifer Jackson

Cran, Australia
Leonard Horace C Lawson
1924 - 1981
Whit, Australia
James Lawson

Whit, Australia
Bertha Lawson

Whit, Australia
Meryl Kathleen Curtis
1900 - 1981
Geelong, Australia
Findlay Alexan Curtis

Geelong, Australia
Emily Alice Curtis

Geelong, Australia
Lorna Livingstone Aikman
1897 - 1981
Geelong, Australia
Carr Walter Li Aikman

Geelong, Australia
Jane Eliza Aikman

Geelong, Australia
Anthony Hassent
1897 - 1981
Geelong, Australia
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