Burvill Alfred Burvill

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updated February 06, 2019
Burvill Alfred Burvill married Elizabeth Mounesy, and they gave birth to John Burvill. We know that Burvill Alfred Burvill had been residing in Trafalgar, Australia.

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Elizabeth Mounesy Burvill

Trafalgar, Australia

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John Burvill
1865 - 1949
Trafalgar, Australia

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Burvill Alfred Burvill married Elizabeth Mounesy, and they gave birth to John Burvill. We know that Burvill Alfred Burvill had been residing in Trafalgar, Australia.
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Elizabeth Mounesy Burvill

Trafalgar, Australia
Henrietta Lavini Burvill
1883 - 1955
Coburg, Australia
Gamsaska Agust Burvill

Coburg, Australia
Emma Lechte Burvill

Coburg, Australia
Edward Mackenzie Burvill
1889 - 1958
Park, Australia
John Burvill

Park, Australia
Emma Stone Burvill

Park, Australia
Ruby Wells Burvill
1890 - 1961
Melbourne, Australia
Bright Richard Burvill

Melbourne, Australia
Isabel Thompson Burvill

Melbourne, Australia
Agnes Josephine Burvill
1909 - 1962
Melbourne, Australia
Quinlivan Thom Burvill

Melbourne, Australia
Hazel Burvill
1894 - 1964
Arar, Australia
Emma Maud May Burvill
1878 - 1965
Warr, Australia
Edis William L Burvill

Warr, Australia
Emma Papworth Burvill

Warr, Australia
Clement Welsh Burvill
1903 - 1970
Ment, Australia
Solley Burvill

Ment, Australia
Edith Brown Burvill

Ment, Australia
Katherine Doreen Burvill
1906 - 1972
Ballarat, Australia

Other Bios

Elizabeth Mounesy Burvill

Trafalgar, Australia
William Ernest Parke
1920 - 1949
Trafalgar, Australia
Alice Nelson Parke

Trafalgar, Australia
Lucy Eliza Thomson
1867 - 1949
Tralgar, Australia
Cumming Edward John Thomson

Tralgar, Australia
Eliza Bartlett Thomson

Tralgar, Australia
Dory Edna Cookson
1922 - 1949
Traralgon, Australia
Earle William Cookson

Traralgon, Australia
Ada Doris King Cookson

Traralgon, Australia
Catherine Templeton
Died: 1949
Tralgon, Australia
Mathieson Archibald Templeton

Tralgon, Australia
Elizabeth Stevens Templeton

Tralgon, Australia
Walter William Handley
1880 - 1949
Traralgon, Australia
Handley Walter Handley

Traralgon, Australia
Caroline Sherwood Handley

Traralgon, Australia
Mary Gertrude Crang
1871 - 1949
Tralgon, Australia
Crang Charles Henry Crang

Tralgon, Australia
Adelaide Marsh Crang

Tralgon, Australia
Jessie Ann Mitchell
1884 - 1949
Tralgon, Australia
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