Cobain Robert Cloak

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updated February 06, 2019
Cobain Robert Cloak married Eliza Jane Scanlon, and they gave birth to Mabel Cloak. We know that Cobain Robert Cloak had been residing in Sale, Australia.

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Cobain Robert Cloak

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Sale, Australia

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Cobain Robert Cloak & Eliza Jane Scanlon Cloak

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Eliza Jane Scanlon Cloak
Sale, Australia

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Mabel Cloak
1892 - 1961
Sale, Australia

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Cobain Robert Cloak married Eliza Jane Scanlon, and they gave birth to Mabel Cloak. We know that Cobain Robert Cloak had been residing in Sale, Australia.
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Cobain Robert Cloak
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Sale, Australia
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1892 - 1965
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Sale, Australia
Sarah Sullivan Cloak
Sale, Australia
Albert Henry Cloak
1910 - 1966
Outtrim, Australia
Richard Alfr Cloak
Sale, Australia
Caroline Bryce Cloak
1887 - 1967
Sale, Australia
Rivett Robert Cloak
Sale, Australia
Jane Mcgillivray Cloak
Sale, Australia
Fred Henry Cloak
1881 - 1968
Sale, Australia
Cloak Richard Cloak
Sale, Australia
Ellen Galway Cloak
Sale, Australia
Lionel James Cloak
1937 - 1968
Flyn, Australia
Cloak John Hen Cloak
Flyn, Australia
Violet May Curtin Cloak
Flyn, Australia
Violet May Cloak
1917 - 1970
Trar, Australia
Curtin Patrick Cloak
Trar, Australia
Jessie Northway Cloak
Trar, Australia
Blanche Cloak
1889 - 1973
Sale, Australia

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Eliza Jane Scanlon Cloak
Sale, Australia
James Johnson Hercus
1879 - 1961
Miti, Australia
William Hercus
Miti, Australia
Jane Fraser Bruce Hercus
Miti, Australia
John Michael Oli Mcdonald
1892 - 1961
Melbourne, Australia
Hugh Mcdonald
Melbourne, Australia
Catherine Mulrooney Mcdonald
Melbourne, Australia
John Kershaw
1904 - 1961
Park, Australia
Kay Elizabeth Brown
1958 - 1961
Kyab, Australia
Kevin Brown
Kyab, Australia
William Anthony Clarke
1908 - 1961
Bendigo, Australia
Thomas Edmun Clarke
Bendigo, Australia
Louisa Maud Jayne Clarke
Bendigo, Australia
Glenn Robert Bartlett
Died: 1961
Carlton, Australia
Norman Georg Bartlett
Carlton, Australia
Kathleen Pat Carroll Bartlett
Carlton, Australia
Rhondda Gladys Wallace
1921 - 1961
Carlton, Australia
Harding Harold Wallace
Carlton, Australia
Gladys Graham Wallace
Carlton, Australia
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