Eleanor (Adams) Hobbs

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Eleanor (Adams) Hobbs
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Geelong, Australia
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Eleanor Adams Hobbs was born into the Adams family and married into the Hobbs family. She was the parent of Daniel George Hobbs, and John Hobbs with an unlisted partner. We know that Eleanor Adams Hobbs had been residing in Geelong, Australia.
Updated: September 11, 2019
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She was the parent of Daniel George Hobbs, and John Hobbs with an unlisted partner. We know that Eleanor Adams Hobbs had been residing in Geelong, Australia.

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