Caroline Perry (Gough) Dart

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updated February 06, 2019
Caroline Perry Gough Dart was born into the Gough family and married into the Dart family. She married Thomas Dart, and they gave birth to Edward John Gough Dart. We know that Caroline Perry Gough Dart had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.

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Caroline Perry Gough Dart

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Caroline Perry

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Caroline Perry

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South Melbourne, Australia

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Thomas Dart

South Melbourne, Australia

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Edward John Gough Dart
1858 - 1885
South Melbourne, Australia

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Caroline Perry Gough Dart married Thomas Dart, and they gave birth to Edward John Gough Dart. We know that Caroline Perry Gough Dart had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.
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1848 - 1929
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Other Darts

Ada Margaret Dart
1886 - 1887
Woorak, Australia
Dark Thomas Dart

Woorak, Australia
Elizabeth Adams Dart

Woorak, Australia
Annie Dart
1861 - 1889
South Melbourne, Australia
Todd John Murray Dart

South Melbourne, Australia
Mary James Dart

South Melbourne, Australia
Edwin Dart
1870 - 1890
Melbourne South, Australia
Henry Dart

Melbourne South, Australia
Ellen Munday Dart

Melbourne South, Australia
Thomas Dart
1831 - 1890
Kangaroo Flat, Australia
Jonathan Dart

Kangaroo Flat, Australia
Ellen Margaret Dart
1828 - 1890
Kangaroo Flat, Australia
Leary Keady Dart

Kangaroo Flat, Australia
Margaret Caine Dart

Kangaroo Flat, Australia
Minnie Dart
1866 - 1891
Taradale, Australia
Mclinch James Dart

Taradale, Australia
Catherine Dart
1867 - 1891
Castlemaine, Australia
Thomas Dart

Castlemaine, Australia
Ellen Leary Dart

Castlemaine, Australia
Joseph Dart
Died: 1892
Woorak, Australia

Other Goughs

William Gough
1819 - 1885
W Melb, Australia
Thomas Gough

W Melb, Australia
Christina Olive Gough
Died: 1886
Msfield, Australia
John Gough

Msfield, Australia
Mary Jane Bulmer Gough

Msfield, Australia
William Ralph Gough
Died: 1887
Brnswk, Australia
Fred James Gough

Brnswk, Australia
Jane Nicholas Gough

Brnswk, Australia
Edwin Rufus Gough
1836 - 1887
Richmond, Australia
Edward Gough

Richmond, Australia
Isabella Williams Gough

Richmond, Australia
Lena Rose Gough
Died: 1888
South Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Gough Gough

South Melbourne, Australia
William Gough
1815 - 1888
Branxholme, Australia
James Matthew Gough
Died: 1889
Geelong, Australia
James Gough

Geelong, Australia
Margaret Jane Mcclure Gough

Geelong, Australia
Alfred George Gough
1873 - 1889
Casterton, Australia
Alfred George Gough

Casterton, Australia
Emily Williams Gough

Casterton, Australia

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1884 - 1885
U, Australia
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U, Australia
Arthur Longmuir
Died: 1885
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Jane Longmuir Longmuir

South Melbourne, Australia
Norman Douglas Fisher
Died: 1885
South Melbourne, Australia
John Rees Fisher

South Melbourne, Australia
Annie Forbes Fisher

South Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Mcconnell
1840 - 1885
South Melbourne, Australia
Marion Douglas
1876 - 1885
South Melbourne, Australia
James Hereford Douglas

South Melbourne, Australia
Lydia Mcdonald Douglas

South Melbourne, Australia
Mary Hall
Died: 1885
South Melbourne, Australia
Mary Hall Hall

South Melbourne, Australia
Thomas William Smith
Died: 1885
South Melbourne, Australia
Thomas Smith

South Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Ann Cederholm Smith

South Melbourne, Australia
Thomas Barlow
1851 - 1885
U, Australia
James Barlow

U, Australia
Rachel Barlow

U, Australia
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