Edith (Heward) Henderson

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Edith Edith (Heward) Henderson
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updated February 06, 2019
Edith Heward Henderson was born into the Heward family and married into the Henderson family. She married Gawne Henry Henderson, and they gave birth to Emily Olive Henderson. We know that Edith Heward Henderson had been residing in Moor, Australia.

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Edith Heward Henderson

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Edith

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Heward

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Moor, Australia

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Edith Heward Henderson & Gawne Henry Henderson

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Gawne Henry Henderson
Moor, Australia

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Emily Olive Henderson
1897 - 1969
Moor, Australia

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Edith Heward Henderson married Gawne Henry Henderson, and they gave birth to Emily Olive Henderson. We know that Edith Heward Henderson had been residing in Moor, Australia.
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Edith Alice Vict Henderson
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Edith Elizabeth Henderson
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Kera, Australia
Edith Glenister Henderson
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Edith Armstrong Henderson
1895 - 1977
Brighton, Australia
Edith Lewis Henderson
St Kilda, Australia
Edith Myrtle Eli Henderson
1886 - 1974
Hepb, Australia

Other Hendersons

Catherine Ellis Henderson
1886 - 1970
Gree, Australia
Catherine Henderson
1886 - 1970
Gree, Australia
Rudd John Henderson
Gree, Australia
Frances Caroll Henderson
Gree, Australia
Graeme Edward Henderson
1931 - 1970
Preston, Australia
George Henderson
Preston, Australia
Flora Cameron Ca Henderson
1878 - 1970
Yarr, Australia
John Henderson
Yarr, Australia
Matthew Noel Henderson
1923 - 1970
Box Hill, Australia
Frank Henderson
Box Hill, Australia
Frances Saxton Henderson
Box Hill, Australia
Kevin Patrick Henderson
1946 - 1970
Moor, Australia
Maurice Henderson
Moor, Australia
Margaret Henderson
1890 - 1970
Arma, Australia
Alexander Henderson
Arma, Australia

Other Hewards

Dorothy Jane Heward
1905 - 1971
Nort, Australia
Hunt Heward
Nort, Australia
Emily Heward
1893 - 1975
Melbourne, Australia
Snook Alfred Heward
Melbourne, Australia
Emilie Guerin Heward
Melbourne, Australia
William George Heward
1893 - 1976
Fair, Australia
Ethel Constance Heward
1899 - 1977
Box Hill, Australia
Coleman Moses Heward
Box Hill, Australia
Marchand Ida Le Heward
Box Hill, Australia
Ella Rowena Heward
1907 - 1978
Werr, Australia
Head John Heward
Werr, Australia
Michael Douglas Heward
1972 - 1982
Heidelberg, Australia
Douglas Alex Heward
Heidelberg, Australia
A Margaret Heward
Heidelberg, Australia
Rupert Lionel Heward
1898 - 1983
Glen, Australia
Frederick Heward
Glen, Australia
Mapgare Lillian Heward
Glen, Australia
Willie Heward
1900 - 1985
Fran, Australia
Richard Heward
Fran, Australia

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Caulfield, Australia
Cowin William James
Caulfield, Australia
Clara Stephens James
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William Kenneally
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Dandenong, Australia
William Igna Kenneally
Dandenong, Australia
Annie Callaghan Kenneally
Dandenong, Australia
Emma May King
1886 - 1969
Esse, Australia
Dunstan John King
Esse, Australia
Mary Jane Hocking King
Esse, Australia
Lesley Ellen Kingsford
1913 - 1969
Melbourne, Australia
Wilson William Kingsford
Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Ellen Mcintyre Kingsford
Melbourne, Australia
Clarence Roy Knight
1896 - 1969
Heidelberg, Australia
George Alfre Knight
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Alison Thompson Knight
Heidelberg, Australia
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1893 - 1969
Melbourne, Australia
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