Elizabeth (Backhaus) Mundelein

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Elizabeth Elizabeth (Backhaus) Mundelein
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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Backhaus Mundelein was born into the Backhaus family and married into the Mundelein family. She married Henry Mundelein, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Mundelein. We know that Elizabeth Backhaus Mundelein had been residing in Malvern, Australia.


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Malvern, Australia


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1895 - 1950
Malvern, Australia


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Elizabeth Backhaus Mundelein married Henry Mundelein, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Mundelein. We know that Elizabeth Backhaus Mundelein had been residing in Malvern, Australia.
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