Edith (Penny) James

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Edith Edith (Penny) James
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updated February 06, 2019
Edith Penny James was born into the Penny family and married into the James family. She married Hewett Thomas James, and they gave birth to Edith Alice James. We know that Edith Penny James had been residing in Chil, Australia.

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Edith Penny James

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Edith

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Penny

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Chil, Australia

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Edith Penny James & Hewett Thomas James

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Hewett Thomas James
Chil, Australia

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Edith Alice James
1896 - 1958
Chil, Australia

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Edith Penny James married Hewett Thomas James, and they gave birth to Edith Alice James. We know that Edith Penny James had been residing in Chil, Australia.
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1902 - 1958
Wangaratta, Australia
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Wangaratta, Australia
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1918 - 1959
Park, Australia
Rupert Ashle James
Park, Australia
Ada Lucy James
1871 - 1959
Cheltenham, Australia
Epprett Willia James
Cheltenham, Australia
Margaret Palmer James
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Cyril Clifford T James
1896 - 1959
Burn, Australia
Edward James
Burn, Australia
Tomps Louisa James
Burn, Australia
Rees Owen James
1890 - 1959
Box Hill, Australia
Rees Owen James
Box Hill, Australia
Catherine Crout James
Box Hill, Australia
Arthur James
1877 - 1959
Brighton, Australia
Charles James
Brighton, Australia
Elizabeth Hutchins James
Brighton, Australia
Alfred James
1883 - 1959
Fitzroy, Australia
Thomas James
Fitzroy, Australia

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Alma Claire Penny
Died: 1959
Carlton, Australia
Margaret Mary Penny Penny
Carlton, Australia
Catherine Penny
1869 - 1959
Park, Australia
Shugg Penny
Park, Australia
Mclean Penny
Park, Australia
Edwin John Penny
1881 - 1959
Collingwood, Australia
Mann Penny
Park, Australia
Henry Edwin Penny
1889 - 1959
Richmond, Australia
Henry Edwin Penny
Richmond, Australia
Mary Maria Penny
1885 - 1959
Hors, Australia
Bailey George Penny
Hors, Australia
Anna Maria Marsh Penny
Hors, Australia
James Leitch Penny
1882 - 1959
Ingl, Australia
Frederick Ma Penny
Ingl, Australia
Rose Elizabeth Penny
1886 - 1959
Sunb, Australia
Woolley Penny
Sunb, Australia
Walter James Penny
1883 - 1960
Fitzroy, Australia
William Penny
Fitzroy, Australia

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