Caroline Ann (Obrien) Hunter

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updated February 06, 2019
Caroline Ann Obrien Hunter was born into the Obrien family and married into the Hunter family. She married Baker Rufus Spencer Hunter, and they gave birth to Florence Eva Hunter. We know that Caroline Ann Obrien Hunter had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.

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Caroline Ann Obrien Hunter

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South Melbourne, Australia

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Baker Rufus Spencer Hunter
South Melbourne, Australia

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Florence Eva Hunter
1870 - 1950
South Melbourne, Australia

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Caroline Ann Obrien Hunter married Baker Rufus Spencer Hunter, and they gave birth to Florence Eva Hunter. We know that Caroline Ann Obrien Hunter had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.
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Ewick, Australia
Elizabeth Anderson Obrien
Ewick, Australia
Patrick Obrien
1879 - 1950
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