Elizabeth (Holland) Braddick

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Elizabeth Elizabeth (Holland) Braddick
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E Malv, Australia
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Elizabeth Holland Braddick was born into the Holland family and married into the Braddick family. She married James Braddick, and they gave birth to Harold William Braddick. We know that Elizabeth Holland Braddick had been residing in E Malv, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Elizabeth Holland Braddick
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Elizabeth Elizabeth (Holland) Braddick
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E Malv, Australia
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1889 - 1953 1889 - 1953

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Elizabeth Holland Braddick married James Braddick, and they gave birth to Harold William Braddick. We know that Elizabeth Holland Braddick had been residing in E Malv, Australia.

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1889 - 1968 1889 - 1968
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1892 - 1981 1892 - 1981
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1920 - 1982 1920 - 1982
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c. 1906 - Unknown 1906 - ?
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c. 1920 - Unknown 1920 - ?
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c. 1919 - Unknown 1919 - ?
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c. 1907 - Aug 5, 1944 1907 - 1944
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Unknown - Oct 14, 1939 ? - 1939

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1891 - 1953 1891 - 1953
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1887 - 1953 1887 - 1953
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1870 - 1953 1870 - 1953
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1880 - 1953 1880 - 1953
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1927 - 1953 1927 - 1953
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1874 - 1953 1874 - 1953
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1900 - 1954 1900 - 1954
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1884 - 1953 1884 - 1953
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1887 - 1953 1887 - 1953
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1870 - 1953 1870 - 1953
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1878 - 1953 1878 - 1953
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1890 - 1953 1890 - 1953
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1868 - 1953 1868 - 1953
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