Elizabeth Charlotte (Kerr) Powell

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Charlotte Kerr Powell was born into the Kerr family and married into the Powell family. She married Benjamin Powell, and they gave birth to John Henry Powell. We know that Elizabeth Charlotte Kerr Powell had been residing in Geelong, Australia.

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Elizabeth Charlotte Kerr Powell

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Benjamin Powell
Geelong, Australia

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John Henry Powell
1898 - 1951
Geelong, Australia

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Elizabeth Charlotte Kerr Powell married Benjamin Powell, and they gave birth to John Henry Powell. We know that Elizabeth Charlotte Kerr Powell had been residing in Geelong, Australia.
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Cham, Australia
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Arthur Powell
1874 - 1952
Cburg, Australia
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Cburg, Australia
Elizabeth Forbes Powell
Cburg, Australia
John Gemmell Powell
1912 - 1952
Melbourne, Australia
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Emma Powell
1862 - 1952
Parkville, Australia
Uk Powell Powell
Parkville, Australia
Martha Clark Powell
Parkville, Australia
Charles Edward Powell
1884 - 1952
Melbourne, Australia
George Henry Powell
Melbourne, Australia

Other Kerrs

Mary Ann Kerr
1856 - 1951
Portland, Australia
Johnstone James Kerr
Portland, Australia
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Portland, Australia
Euphemia Anne Kerr
1867 - 1952
Melbourne, Australia
Carr Peter Kerr
Melbourne, Australia
Uk Kerr
Melbourne, Australia
Maria Kerr
1875 - 1952
Kew, Australia
Robert Kerr
Kew, Australia
Hanorah Garvin Kerr
Kew, Australia
George William Kerr
1913 - 1952
Fitzroy, Australia
George Royden Kerr
Fitzroy, Australia
Lillian Cook Kerr
Fitzroy, Australia
Myra Gwen Kerr
1891 - 1952
N Rmond, Australia
Baker Robert Kerr
N Rmond, Australia
Alice Uk Kerr
N Rmond, Australia
Rebecca Matilda Kerr
1892 - 1952
Melbourne, Australia
Lindemberg Uk Kerr
Melbourne, Australia
Uk Kerr
Melbourne, Australia
Arthur James Kerr
1881 - 1952
Malvern, Australia
Moses Kerr
Malvern, Australia

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Mary Scarlett
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Charlotte Tanis
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Geelong W, Australia
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Geelong W, Australia
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Glong W, Australia
Elliott John Heath
Glong W, Australia
Letitia Hislop Heath
Glong W, Australia
Barry Ernest Welsh
Died: 1951
Glong W, Australia
Ernest Frederick Welsh
Glong W, Australia
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1863 - 1951
Geelong W, Australia
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Geelong W, Australia
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