Eliza Ann (Waldock) Govan

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updated February 06, 2019
Eliza Ann Waldock Govan was born into the Waldock family and married into the Govan family. She married James Govan, and they gave birth to George Thomas Govan. We know that Eliza Ann Waldock Govan had been residing in W Fscray, Australia.

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Eliza Ann Waldock Govan

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W Fscray, Australia

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James Govan
W Fscray, Australia

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George Thomas Govan
1880 - 1950
W Fscray, Australia

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Eliza Ann Waldock Govan married James Govan, and they gave birth to George Thomas Govan. We know that Eliza Ann Waldock Govan had been residing in W Fscray, Australia.
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Eliza Ann Waldock Govan
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1871 - 1953
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1882 - 1954
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Govan
1877 - 1954
Footscray, Australia
Gration Samuel Govan
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Maria Kidner Govan
Footscray, Australia
Gavin Woolston Govan
1889 - 1956
Fitzroy, Australia
Woolston Jam Govan
Fitzroy, Australia
Catherine Lo Mathews Govan
Fitzroy, Australia
James Robert Govan
1880 - 1956
Melbourne, Australia
David Govan
Melbourne, Australia
Jane Smith Govan
Melbourne, Australia
Vincent Woolston Govan
1892 - 1956
Park, Australia
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Park, Australia
Albert James Govan
1873 - 1956
Ballarat, Australia
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1860 - 1952
Bendigo, Australia
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1899 - 1955
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Ward William Waldock
Warr, Australia
Lillian Maud Waldock
1875 - 1960
St Kilda, Australia
Norris Thomas Waldock
St Kilda, Australia
Margaret Madden Waldock
St Kilda, Australia
Albert James Waldock
1895 - 1962
Fitzroy, Australia
Edward Waldock
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Jane Reid Waldock
Fitzroy, Australia
Thomas Edward Waldock
1889 - 1965
Kew, Australia
Edward Waldock
Kew, Australia
Mary Reid Waldock
Kew, Australia
Malinda Louisa Waldock
1888 - 1970
Bendigo, Australia
Arthur Georg Waldock
Bendigo, Australia
Isabella Ma Crammond Waldock
Bendigo, Australia
Dorothy Sophie Waldock
1894 - 1972
Caulfield, Australia
Trickey Freder Waldock
Caulfield, Australia

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