Elizabeth (Burrell) Axford

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Burrell Axford was born into the Burrell family and married into the Axford family. She married William Axford, and they gave birth to George Thomas Axford. We know that Elizabeth Burrell Axford had been residing in Ldale, Australia.

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Elizabeth Burrell Axford

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Burrell

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Ldale, Australia

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William Axford
Ldale, Australia

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George Thomas Axford
1877 - 1950
Ldale, Australia

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Elizabeth Burrell Axford married William Axford, and they gave birth to George Thomas Axford. We know that Elizabeth Burrell Axford had been residing in Ldale, Australia.
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1879 - 1951
Newport, Australia
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Newport, Australia
Edward Mark Coom Axford
1907 - 1954
Park, Australia
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Park, Australia
Sarah Ellen Keen Axford
Park, Australia
Vivian James Per Axford
1909 - 1955
Balw, Australia
Thomas Perry Axford
Balw, Australia
Jessie Axford
1879 - 1956
Tera, Australia
Long William Axford
Tera, Australia
Frances Axford
Tera, Australia
Lily Axford
1904 - 1956
Koru, Australia
Mcmichael Will Axford
Koru, Australia
Reginald Harold Axford
1906 - 1957
Richmond, Australia
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1890 - 1951
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
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1901 - 1952
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Susan Harrige Burrell
East Melbourne, Australia
James Henry Burrell
1903 - 1952
Caston, Australia
Fran James Burrell
Caston, Australia
Margaret Hayes Burrell
Caston, Australia
Vic Alexra Matilda Burrell
1865 - 1952
Iwood, Australia
Thomas Burrell
Iwood, Australia
Suzanne Burrell
1951 - 1953
Carlton, Australia
Henry James Devenish Burrell
Carlton, Australia
Katherine Stokes Burrell
Carlton, Australia
Susan Dthy Burrell
Died: 1953
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Albert John Burrell
Carlton, Australia
Myra Fran Schwam Burrell
Carlton, Australia
William Frederick Burrell
1885 - 1953
W Preston, Australia
Alfred John Burrell
W Preston, Australia

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