Elizabeth (Eagles) Wickham

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Elizabeth Elizabeth (Eagles) Wickham
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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Eagles Wickham was born into the Eagles family and married into the Wickham family. She married Wickham George Wickham, and they gave birth to Alf Harold Wickham. We know that Elizabeth Eagles Wickham had been residing in Terang, Australia.


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Terang, Australia


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1896 - 1949
Terang, Australia


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Elizabeth Eagles Wickham married Wickham George Wickham, and they gave birth to Alf Harold Wickham. We know that Elizabeth Eagles Wickham had been residing in Terang, Australia.
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1889 - 1973
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1896 - 1969
Warr, Australia
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1876 - 1964
Warr, Australia
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1870 - 1962
Fern, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
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Williamstown, Australia
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1894 - 1953
Warnambool, Australia

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David Bowden Wickham
1884 - 1951
South Melbourne, Australia
William James Wickham

South Melbourne, Australia
Mary Elizabeth Bowden Wickham

South Melbourne, Australia
Frederick Horace Wickham
1891 - 1951
Flemington, Australia
James William Wickham

Flemington, Australia
Mary Eliza (Bowden) Wickham

Flemington, Australia
Frances Wickham
1861 - 1951
Nmarket, Australia
Shiells William Wickham

Nmarket, Australia
Hannah Burkenshow Wickham

Nmarket, Australia
Sydney Fran Wickham
1897 - 1951
E Bwick, Australia
Moses Wickham

E Bwick, Australia
N K Sarah Wickham

E Bwick, Australia
Ann Jane Wickham
1863 - 1951
Hawthorn, Australia
Davies David Wickham

Hawthorn, Australia
Jane Jones Wickham

Hawthorn, Australia
Thomas Bond Wickham
1884 - 1951
Clunes, Australia
William Wickham

Clunes, Australia
Louisa Bond Wickham

Clunes, Australia
Mary Ellen Wickham
1909 - 1952
W Pton, Australia
Lawrence Wickham

W Pton, Australia

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Thomas Carmody
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Euphemia Mcraid
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Terang, Australia
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1871 - 1949
Terang, Australia
Murfett John Murfett

Terang, Australia
Jane Murfett

Terang, Australia
Robert John Hayhoe
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Terang, Australia
Hayhoe James Robert Hayhoe

Terang, Australia
Ellen Lambert Hayhoe

Terang, Australia
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1857 - 1949
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