Donaghy Daniel Knowles

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updated February 06, 2019
Donaghy Daniel Knowles married Mary Egan, and they gave birth to Mary Ann Knowles. We know that Donaghy Daniel Knowles had been residing in W Melb, Australia.

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W Melb, Australia

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Mary Egan Knowles
W Melb, Australia

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Mary Ann Knowles
1865 - 1951
W Melb, Australia

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Donaghy Daniel Knowles married Mary Egan, and they gave birth to Mary Ann Knowles. We know that Donaghy Daniel Knowles had been residing in W Melb, Australia.
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K N Knowles
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James Vic Clarkson Knowles
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Port Melbourne, Australia
James Vic Knowles
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Beatrice Watson Knowles
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Douglas John Maurice Knowles
1893 - 1952
Northcote, Australia
John Knowles
Northcote, Australia
Bertha Adeline Turpin Knowles
Northcote, Australia
Herbert Ray Knowles
1893 - 1952
Brunswick, Australia
Alf Ernest Knowles
Cburg, Australia
William Edward Knowles
1880 - 1952
Fitzroy, Australia
William Edward Knowles
Fitzroy, Australia
Walter Knowles
1874 - 1952
East Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Egan Knowles
W Melb, Australia
Janet Wicks
Died: 1951
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Henry Charles Wicks
South Melbourne, Australia
Gwenda Charles Kemp Wicks
South Melbourne, Australia
Kathleen Webb
1868 - 1951
Cheltm, Australia
Larkin Timothy Webb
Cheltm, Australia
Mary Rielly Webb
Cheltm, Australia
Alice Irene Goff
1896 - 1951
Chelth, Australia
Mccullach Robert Goff
Chelth, Australia
Susan Hay Goff
Chelth, Australia
Mary Florence Brownfield
1884 - 1951
Heidelberg, Australia
Young William Brownfield
Heidelberg, Australia
Uk Brownfield
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Mcfarlane
1879 - 1951
Mbeena, Australia
Mary Considine Mcfarlane
Mbeena, Australia
Annie Louise Summerfield
1875 - 1951
Bleigh, Australia
James Summerfield
Bleigh, Australia
Margaret Bryan Summerfield
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Alexander Zeegan
1888 - 1951
Melbourne, Australia
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