Clarence Henry Stocks

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updated February 06, 2019
Clarence Henry Stocks married Mary Farrell, and they gave birth to Shirley Stocks. We know that Clarence Henry Stocks had been residing in Melbourne East, Australia.

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Clarence Henry Stocks Biography

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Clarence Henry Stocks

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Clarence

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Henry

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Melbourne East, Australia

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Clarence Henry Stocks & Mary Farrell Stocks

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Mary Farrell Stocks
Melbourne East, Australia

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Shirley Stocks
1927 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia

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Clarence Henry Stocks married Mary Farrell, and they gave birth to Shirley Stocks. We know that Clarence Henry Stocks had been residing in Melbourne East, Australia.
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Other Stockses

Mary Farrell Stocks
Melbourne East, Australia
Sarah Priscilla Stocks
1854 - 1929
Box Hill, Australia
Evett William Stocks
Box Hill, Australia
Ann Hodges Stocks
Box Hill, Australia
Annie Stocks
1862 - 1929
Coburg, Australia
Stocks Hamer Stocks
Coburg, Australia
Marcella Farrell Stocks
Coburg, Australia
Jane Stocks
1844 - 1930
Geelong, Australia
Cooper George Stocks
Geelong, Australia
Ann Robinson Stocks
Geelong, Australia
Joseph John Stocks
1861 - 1931
Hawthorn, Australia
Stocks Joseph John Stocks
Hawthorn, Australia
Elizabeth Miller Stocks
Hawthorn, Australia
Frank Leslie Stocks
1898 - 1931
Richmond, Australia
Charles Stocks
1861 - 1932
Adale, Australia
Stocks Edward Stocks
Adale, Australia
Ann Beyers Stocks
Adale, Australia
Edgar Dutton Stocks
1863 - 1932
Ballarat, Australia
Elizabeth Vasey Stocks
Bburn, Australia

Other Bios

Mary Farrell Stocks
Melbourne East, Australia
Mabel Elizabeth Banfield
1882 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Hogben William David Banfield
Melbourne East, Australia
Hislop Banfield
Melbourne East, Australia
Sidney Arthur Weakley
1865 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Weakley William Weakley
Melbourne East, Australia
Emily Duncan Weakley
Melbourne East, Australia
David James Tuddenham
1852 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Amy Edith Mullins
1892 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Runcieman George Mullins
Melbourne East, Australia
Maria Aldridge Mullins
Melbourne East, Australia
George Edward Pettman
1899 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Pettman William Pettman
Melbourne East, Australia
Ellen Sneddon Pettman
Melbourne East, Australia
Edward Arthur Painter
1868 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Painter Hezekiah Painter
Melbourne East, Australia
Elizabeth Walker Painter
Melbourne East, Australia
John Douglas Davey
1892 - 1928
Melbourne East, Australia
Davey Francis Davey
Melbourne East, Australia
Mary Jane Annie Young Davey
Melbourne East, Australia
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