Elizabeth (Horridge) Naylor

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Horridge Naylor was born into the Horridge family and married into the Naylor family. She married Henry Naylor, and they gave birth to George Thomas Naylor. We know that Elizabeth Horridge Naylor had been residing in Kera, Australia.

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Elizabeth Horridge Naylor

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Horridge

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Kera, Australia

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Henry Naylor
Kera, Australia

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George Thomas Naylor
1886 - 1963
Kera, Australia

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Elizabeth Horridge Naylor married Henry Naylor, and they gave birth to George Thomas Naylor. We know that Elizabeth Horridge Naylor had been residing in Kera, Australia.
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Lloyd Thomas Naylor
Died: 1963
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Mary Olive Naylor
1890 - 1964
Footscray, Australia
Rogers Thomas Naylor
Footscray, Australia
Annie Naylor
Footscray, Australia
Clive Charles Ar Naylor
1893 - 1964
Malvern, Australia
Thomas Naylor
Malvern, Australia
Letitia Hutchinson Naylor
Malvern, Australia
Charles Frederic Naylor
1888 - 1964
Footscray, Australia
Charles Naylor
Footscray, Australia
Emily Hirst Naylor
Footscray, Australia
William Wallace Naylor
1897 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
Albert Edward Naylor
1901 - 1965
Cheltenham, Australia
William Naylor
Cheltenham, Australia
Ellen Buckley Naylor
Cheltenham, Australia
John Naylor
1878 - 1965
Thor, Australia
James Naylor
Thor, Australia
Eliza Wells Naylor
Thor, Australia
Daisy Victoria A Naylor
1886 - 1965
Fair, Australia

Other Horridges

Ivy Mary Horridge
1899 - 1967
Cohu, Australia
Stevens Samuel Horridge
Cohu, Australia
Grace Jewell Horridge
Cohu, Australia
Ernest George Horridge
1898 - 1967
Leit, Australia
Henry Horridge
Leit, Australia
William Horridge
1894 - 1967
Cohu, Australia
Henery Horridge
Cohu, Australia
Phyllis Horridge
1889 - 1971
Mildura, Australia
Greenfield Joh Horridge
Mildura, Australia
Mary Richardson Horridge
Mildura, Australia
Eva May Horridge
1897 - 1979
Cohu, Australia
Carroll John F Horridge
Cohu, Australia

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Carlton, Australia
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