Clara (Layton) Mcnaughton

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updated February 06, 2019
Clara Layton Mcnaughton was born into the Layton family and married into the Mcnaughton family. She married James Mcnaughton, and they gave birth to Stewart Cunningham Mcnaughton. We know that Clara Layton Mcnaughton had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.

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Clara Layton Mcnaughton

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Fitzroy, Australia

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James Mcnaughton
Fitzroy, Australia

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Stewart Cunningham Mcnaughton
1884 - 1951
Fitzroy, Australia

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Clara Layton Mcnaughton married James Mcnaughton, and they gave birth to Stewart Cunningham Mcnaughton. We know that Clara Layton Mcnaughton had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.
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1897 - 1951
Geelong, Australia
Isobel Gilchrist Mcnaughton
1886 - 1951
Sale, Australia
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Sale, Australia
Roderick John Mcnaughton
1873 - 1951
Sunbury, Australia
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Stephen Duncan Mcnaughton
1898 - 1952
Hthorn E, Australia
John Mcnaughton
Hthorn E, Australia
Elizabeth Balmer Mcnaughton
Hthorn E, Australia
Violet Osborne Mcnaughton
1884 - 1952
E Malv, Australia
Luff Charles Mcnaughton
E Malv, Australia
John Edward Mcnaughton
1904 - 1952
Fawkner, Australia
John Mcnaughton
Fawkner, Australia
Emma Rebecca Vale Mcnaughton
Fawkner, Australia
Mary Mcnaughton
1904 - 1952
Mortlake, Australia

Other Laytons

Mary Hannah Layton
1868 - 1952
E Bton, Australia
Taylor Edward Layton
E Bton, Australia
Hannah Dewhurst Layton
E Bton, Australia
Charles Rippon Layton
1877 - 1953
Cheltm, Australia
William Layton
Cheltm, Australia
Emily Rippon Layton
Cheltm, Australia
Ellen Layton
1892 - 1953
Fitzroy, Australia
Jackson George Alex Layton
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Ellen Bown Layton
Fitzroy, Australia
Vernon Clarence Layton
1910 - 1953
South Yarra, Australia
Charles Layton
South Yarra, Australia
Gladys Emily Ross Layton
South Yarra, Australia
George Frederick Layton
1908 - 1953
Geelong, Australia
George Layton
Geelong, Australia
Emily Ross Layton
Geelong, Australia
David Layton
1881 - 1954
Yarr, Australia
Edward Layton
Yarr, Australia
Catherine Blades Layton
Yarr, Australia
Leslie Walter Layton
1905 - 1954
Fitzroy, Australia
Henry Layton
Fitzroy, Australia

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Lucy Rose Keddell Candy
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Albert William Elms
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Collingwood, Australia
Alfred William Stout Elms
Collingwood, Australia
Eliza Dyke Elms
Collingwood, Australia
Margaret Beatrice Sims
1930 - 1951
Fitzroy, Australia
Hart Louis Sims
Fitzroy, Australia
Dory Anderson Sims
Fitzroy, Australia
Glen Francis Sloan
1949 - 1951
Carlton, Australia
Francis Malcolm Sloan
Carlton, Australia
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