Elizabeth Jane (Reed) Hicks

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Jane Reed Hicks was born into the Reed family and married into the Hicks family. She married Hicks Thomas Henry Hicks, and they gave birth to Beatrice Hicks. We know that Elizabeth Jane Reed Hicks had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

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Elizabeth Jane Reed Hicks

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Hicks Thomas Henry Hicks
Bendigo, Australia

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Beatrice Hicks
1887 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia

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Elizabeth Jane Reed Hicks married Hicks Thomas Henry Hicks, and they gave birth to Beatrice Hicks. We know that Elizabeth Jane Reed Hicks had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.
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Other Hickses

Ellen Hicks
1862 - 1926
Rworth, Australia
Hicks Isaac Pike Hicks
Rworth, Australia
Elizabeth Gill Hicks
Rworth, Australia
Walter Charles Hicks
1845 - 1927
Australia
Hicks Richard Dale Hicks
Bdale, Australia
Mary Jane Brown Hicks
Bdale, Australia
Catherine Isobel Hicks
1914 - 1927
Carlton, Australia
Hicks Henry Hicks
Carlton, Australia
Winifred Barr Hicks
Carlton, Australia
William Hicks
1846 - 1927
Cauld, Australia
Hicks William Hicks
Cauld, Australia
Mary Ann Smith Hicks
Cauld, Australia
Caroline Hicks
1857 - 1927
M Egerton, Australia
Truran Samuel Hicks
M Egerton, Australia
Mary Light Hicks
M Egerton, Australia
Bessie Hicks
1845 - 1927
Richmond, Australia
Billing Hicks
Richmond, Australia
Jane Hicks
Richmond, Australia
Stephen John Hicks
1860 - 1927
Camp, Australia
Hicks John Hicks
Eca, Australia

Other Reeds

John Edward Joseph Reed
Died: 1931
Carl C, Australia
Reed John Reed
Carl C, Australia
Vera Mary Currie Reed
Carl C, Australia
Maude Mersey Reed
1888 - 1938
Melbourne, Australia
Collett Theodore Reed
Melbourne, Australia
David Reed
1867 - 1938
Fitzroy, Australia
Reed David Reed
Fitzroy, Australia
Margaret Tomney Reed
Fitzroy, Australia
Elizabeth Annie Reed
1881 - 1938
Preston, Australia
Stray Arthur Alf Reed
Preston, Australia
Elizabeth Annie Simmons Reed
Preston, Australia
Margaret Jane Reed
1862 - 1938
Cfield, Australia
Edwards Gorman Reed
Cfield, Australia
Francis Hedge Reed
Cfield, Australia
Emma Reed
1863 - 1938
Glen Iris, Australia
Greasby Henry Reed
Glen Iris, Australia
Alfred Davidson Reed
1885 - 1938
Heidelberg, Australia
Reed John Reed
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Monar Reed
Heidelberg, Australia
Sarah Reed
1855 - 1938
Hampton, Australia

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Mary Jane Healey
1834 - Dec 18, 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Janet Warburton
1882 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Warburton James Warburton
Bendigo, Australia
Annie Plumridge Warburton
Bendigo, Australia
Martha Anderson
1845 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Peacock Edward Anderson
Bendigo, Australia
Hannah Reed Anderson
Bendigo, Australia
James Darcey
1861 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
George Ernt Bolton
1871 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Bolton John Hammersley Bolton
Bendigo, Australia
Florence Edith Kinsey Bolton
Bendigo, Australia
Patrick Oshannessy
1859 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Oshannessy Timothy Oshannessy
Bendigo, Australia
Brdt Canny Oshannessy
Bendigo, Australia
Maria Elizabeth Whitburn
1852 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Washington Joseph Whitburn
Bendigo, Australia
Robert Battye
Died: 1926
Bendigo, Australia
John Moyle
1862 - 1926
Bendigo, Australia
Moyle John Bennie Moyle
Bendigo, Australia
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