Elizabeth Henrietta Jane (Seddon) Campbell

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Elizabeth Henrietta Jane (Seddon) Campbell was born into the Seddon family and married into the Campbell family. She married Robert Gilmour Campbell. We know that Elizabeth Henrietta Jane (Seddon) Campbell had been residing in Glasgow, Australia.


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Died: 1879
Glasgow, Australia


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Elizabeth Henrietta Jane (Seddon) Campbell married Robert Gilmour Campbell. We know that Elizabeth Henrietta Jane (Seddon) Campbell had been residing in Glasgow, Australia.
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Born: around 1921
New York, United States
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Born: around 1924
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Died: 1901
Hton, Australia
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Died: 1886
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