Catherine (Whelan) Moore

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updated February 06, 2019
Catherine Whelan Moore was born into the Whelan family and married into the Moore family. She married Pat Moore, and they gave birth to James Moore. We know that Catherine Whelan Moore had been residing in Wandiligon, Australia.

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Catherine Whelan Moore

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Catherine

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Whelan

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Wandiligon, Australia

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Pat Moore
Wandiligon, Australia

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James Moore
1831 - 1886
Wandiligon, Australia

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Catherine Whelan Moore married Pat Moore, and they gave birth to James Moore. We know that Catherine Whelan Moore had been residing in Wandiligon, Australia.
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Born: around 1920
California, United States
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Born: around 1918
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Born: around 1923
Ohio, United States
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North Carolina, United States
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Died: 1886
Thurso Scotland, Australia
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Died: 1885
Victoria, Australia
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Died: 1850
Australia
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Died: 1837
Australia
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Footscray, Australia
Catherine Nary Moore
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Cola, Australia
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Burw, Australia
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Malvern, Australia
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Warr, Australia

Other Moores

Andrew Moore
1833 - 1886
Amphitheat, Australia
Pat Moore
Amphitheat, Australia
Margaret Everard Moore
Amphitheat, Australia
William Moore
1806 - 1886
Ballt Ben, Australia
Joseph Moore
Ballt Ben, Australia
Elizabeth Moore
Ballt Ben, Australia
Thomas Moore
1826 - 1886
Echuca, Australia
Mary Moore
1834 - 1886
Echuca, Australia
Nihill Matthew Moore
Echuca, Australia
Hanorah Hannan Moore
Echuca, Australia
James Moore
1828 - 1886
E Melb Imm, Australia
Maria Moore
1819 - 1886
South Melbourne, Australia
Hutchison Samuel Moore
South Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Moore
South Melbourne, Australia
Daniel Moore
1837 - 1886
W Melb, Australia
James Moore
W Melb, Australia
Ann Chesshire Moore
W Melb, Australia
David Moore
1807 - 1886
Preston, Australia
Emma Moore
Died: 1886
St Arnaud, Australia
George Raglan Moore
St Arnaud, Australia

Other Whelans

Helen Whelan
1867 - 1886
Winchelsea, Australia
John Whelan
Winchelsea, Australia
Catherine Baldwin Whelan
Winchelsea, Australia
James Whelan
Died: 1886
Bellarine, Australia
RobT Whelan
Bellarine, Australia
Margaret Davis Whelan
Bellarine, Australia
Edmd Thomas Whelan
1865 - 1886
B Marsh, Australia
Stephen Whelan
B Marsh, Australia
Margaret Mcgrath Whelan
B Marsh, Australia
Thomas James Whelan
1856 - 1886
Carlton, Australia
John Whelan
Carlton, Australia
Mary Looney Whelan
Carlton, Australia
Julia Whelan
1809 - 1886
Carngham, Australia
Welch James Whelan
Carngham, Australia
Catherine Keating Whelan
Carngham, Australia
Ellen Whelan
Died: 1887
B Marsh, Australia
Stephen Whelan
B Marsh, Australia
Margaret Mcgrath Whelan
B Marsh, Australia
Michael Whelan
1843 - 1887
Kilmore, Australia
Pat Whelan
Kilmore, Australia

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George Harrison
1832 - 1886
Wandiligon, Australia
Thomas Harrison
Wandiligon, Australia
Mary Marchant Harrison
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Charles Grogan
1865 - 1886
Watta, Australia
John Grogan
Watta, Australia
Margaret Gibson Grogan
Watta, Australia
Mary Mcferran
1861 - 1886
W Atta, Australia
Fulton William Mcferran
W Atta, Australia
Eliza Williams Mcferran
W Atta, Australia
David Leonard
1825 - 1886
Wratta, Australia
David Leonard
Wratta, Australia
Mary Brennan Leonard
Wratta, Australia
Robert Hoysted
Died: 1886
Watta, Australia
William Hoysted
Watta, Australia
Marion Simson Hoysted
Watta, Australia
Charles Bryant
1828 - 1886
Watta, Australia
James Bryant
Watta, Australia
George Ernest Fortescue
1837 - 1886
Watta, Australia
Louisa Hughes
1820 - 1886
Watta, Australia
Poulton Hughes
Watta, Australia
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