Elizabeth (Harvey) Osborne

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Harvey Osborne was born into the Harvey family and married into the Osborne family. She married Thomas Osborne, and they gave birth to John William Osborne. We know that Elizabeth Harvey Osborne had been residing in Hawthorn, Australia.

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Elizabeth Harvey Osborne

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Thomas Osborne
Hawthorn, Australia

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John William Osborne
1860 - 1950
Hawthorn, Australia

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Elizabeth Harvey Osborne married Thomas Osborne, and they gave birth to John William Osborne. We know that Elizabeth Harvey Osborne had been residing in Hawthorn, Australia.
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Elizabeth Ann Osborne
Dec 14, 1898 - Aug 12, 1971
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around 1899 - Sep 8, 1940
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Died: 1915
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Rose, Australia
Elizabeth Margaret Osborne
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Floyd, Virginia
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Park, Australia
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Mary Jane Osborne
1875 - 1950
Edon, Australia
Firth Joseph Osborne
Edon, Australia
Mary Murphy Osborne
Edon, Australia
Elijah Osborne
1864 - 1950
Kew, Australia
Helen Osborne
1872 - 1950
Mordialloc, Australia
Christie Alex Osborne
Mordialloc, Australia
Annie Mcdonald Osborne
Mordialloc, Australia
John Frederick Osborne
1898 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
Alb James Osborne
Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Ann Taylor Osborne
Melbourne, Australia
Charles Frederick Osborne
1892 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
George Henry Osborne
Melbourne, Australia
Mary Louisa Stone Osborne
Melbourne, Australia
Charlie Champion Osborne
1871 - 1950
N Balwyn, Australia
John James Osborne
N Balwyn, Australia
Ellen Champion Osborne
N Balwyn, Australia
Edmund Joseph Osborne
1878 - 1950
M Bton, Australia
Joseph John Osborne
M Bton, Australia
Annie Waite Osborne
M Bton, Australia
Charles George Osborne
1881 - 1950
Kew, Australia

Other Harveys

William Harvey
1874 - 1950
N Carlton, Australia
John Harvey
N Carlton, Australia
Elizabeth Warren Harvey
N Carlton, Australia
Esther Jane Harvey
1877 - 1950
Chelth, Australia
Uk Harvey
Chelth, Australia
Uk Harvey
Chelth, Australia
Sarah Ann Clara Harvey
1876 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
William Robert Harvey
Melbourne, Australia
Emily Esther Hicks Harvey
Melbourne, Australia
Thomas Harvey
1857 - 1950
Fitzroy, Australia
Thomas Harvey
Fitzroy, Australia
Elizabeth Woodfield Harvey
Fitzroy, Australia
Richard Wells Harvey
1874 - 1950
E Bruns, Australia
Richard Harvey
E Bruns, Australia
Sarah Wells Harvey
E Bruns, Australia
Charles Harvey
1862 - 1950
G Vale, Australia
Ebenezer Harvey
G Vale, Australia
Eliza Vivian Teague Harvey
G Vale, Australia
Emilie Jane Harvey
1868 - 1950
Deepdene, Australia
Mccraken Alfred Harvey
Deepdene, Australia

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