Clifford Stanley Clements

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updated February 06, 2019
Clifford Stanley Clements married Lillian Petronella Rode, and they gave birth to Clifford Allan Clements. We know that Clifford Stanley Clements had been residing in Adale, Australia.

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Clifford Stanley Clements

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Clifford Allan Clements
1922 - 1952
Adale, Australia

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Clifford Stanley Clements married Lillian Petronella Rode, and they gave birth to Clifford Allan Clements. We know that Clifford Stanley Clements had been residing in Adale, Australia.
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Cyril Hubert Clements
1892 - 1952
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
Agnes Maud Clements
1870 - 1952
Bton B, Australia
Sheite William Clements
Bton B, Australia
Elizabeth Wilson Clements
Bton B, Australia
Regld John Edwards Clements
1868 - 1952
Bton, Australia
John Alex Clements
Bton, Australia
Hector Seaward Clements
1896 - 1952
Geelong, Australia
William Henry Clements
Geelong, Australia
Blanche Nairn Clements
Geelong, Australia
Lillian Ada Clements
1898 - 1952
Cdown, Australia
Nicol Daniel Clements
Cdown, Australia
Ruth Errey Clements
Cdown, Australia
Giovanni Battista Clements
1924 - 1953
Parkville, Australia
Vincenzo Clements
Parkville, Australia
Elizabeth Polistina Clements
Parkville, Australia
Leonard Edgar Clements
1913 - 1953
Glen Iris, Australia

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