Dunstan Thomas Riches

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updated February 06, 2019
Dunstan Thomas Riches married Eliza Jane Blight, and they gave birth to Jane Harris Riches. We know that Dunstan Thomas Riches had been residing in Colac, Australia.

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Dunstan Thomas Riches

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Colac, Australia

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Eliza Jane Blight Riches
Colac, Australia

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Jane Harris Riches
1864 - 1950
Colac, Australia

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Dunstan Thomas Riches married Eliza Jane Blight, and they gave birth to Jane Harris Riches. We know that Dunstan Thomas Riches had been residing in Colac, Australia.
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Eliza Jane Blight Riches
Colac, Australia
Henrietta Riches
1863 - 1951
South Melbourne, Australia
Caroline Emily Riches
1882 - 1951
Geelong, Australia
Poynter Robert Riches
Geelong, Australia
Denise Yvonne Riches
Died: 1952
Melbourne, Australia
Edgar Keith Riches
Melbourne, Australia
Beryl Berenice Burlinson Riches
Melbourne, Australia
Alf Henry Blight Riches
1891 - 1952
W Fcray, Australia
Thomas Riches
W Fcray, Australia
Jane Harris Dunstan Riches
W Fcray, Australia
Katrina Riches
1863 - 1952
Bton Beach, Australia
Davies Uk Riches
Bton Beach, Australia
Katrina Needham Riches
Bton Beach, Australia
Sydney Sims Riches
1871 - 1953
East Melbourne, Australia
James Riches
East Melbourne, Australia
Amelia Jetter (Sims) Riches
East Melbourne, Australia
Edmund Ambrose Riches
1867 - 1953
Bton, Australia
James Riches
Bton, Australia
Amelia Sims Riches
Bton, Australia
Leslie Gordon Riches
1897 - 1954
Brighton, Australia

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Eliza Jane Blight Riches
Colac, Australia
Tom Lucas
1872 - 1950
Colac, Australia
William Lucas
Colac, Australia
Agnes Lucas Hall Lucas
Colac, Australia
Janet Hudgell
1878 - 1950
Colac, Australia
Woods Not Known Hudgell
Colac, Australia
Known Lorna Not Hudgell
Colac, Australia
Catherine Brennan
1876 - 1950
Colac, Australia
Odowd David Brennan
Colac, Australia
Elizabeth Clrke Brennan
Colac, Australia
John Edgar Sykes
1910 - 1950
Colac, Australia
James Herbert Sykes
Colac, Australia
Ethel Maud Taylor
1879 - 1950
Colac, Australia
Emily Thomas Taylor
Colac, Australia
Annie Blanche Glynn
1883 - 1950
Colac, Australia
Lidgerwood Thomas Glynn
Colac, Australia
Elizabeth Inglis Glynn
Colac, Australia
Annie Euphemia Mcrae
1890 - 1950
Colac, Australia
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