Colliver James Garland Roach

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updated February 06, 2019
Colliver James Garland Roach married Agnus Onions, and they gave birth to Agnes Gertrude Roach. We know that Colliver James Garland Roach had been residing in Sunshine, Australia.

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Colliver James Garland Roach

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James Garland

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Sunshine, Australia

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Colliver James Garland Roach & Agnus Onions Roach

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Agnus Onions Roach
Sunshine, Australia

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Agnes Gertrude Roach
1868 - 1950
Sunshine, Australia

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Colliver James Garland Roach married Agnus Onions, and they gave birth to Agnes Gertrude Roach. We know that Colliver James Garland Roach had been residing in Sunshine, Australia.
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