Elizabeth (Kimpton) Irving

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Elizabeth Elizabeth (Kimpton) Irving
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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Kimpton Irving was born into the Kimpton family and married into the Irving family. She married Jones William Irving, and they gave birth to Ruby Irving. We know that Elizabeth Kimpton Irving had been residing in Moon, Australia.

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Elizabeth Kimpton Irving

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Moon, Australia

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Jones William Irving
Moon, Australia

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Ruby Irving
1896 - 1972
Moon, Australia

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Elizabeth Kimpton Irving married Jones William Irving, and they gave birth to Ruby Irving. We know that Elizabeth Kimpton Irving had been residing in Moon, Australia.
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Ballangeich, Australia
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Ballangeich, Australia
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1925 - 1974
Fit, Australia
Robert Irving
Fit, Australia
Alvertina Noble Irving
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Clarke Porteous Irving
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Nobl, Australia
Thomas Franc Irving
Nobl, Australia
Margaret Thompson Irving
Nobl, Australia
Robert Crosbie Irving
1906 - 1974
Park, Australia
William Irving
Park, Australia
Jeanine Irving
Park, Australia
Anna Maria Irving
1891 - 1974
Ouye, Australia
Brown James Irving
Ouye, Australia
Mary Irving
Ouye, Australia
Thomas William Irving
1896 - 1975
Footscray, Australia
William Geor Irving
Footscray, Australia
Frances Willis Irving
Footscray, Australia
Clement Alexande Irving
1901 - 1975
Macl, Australia
William Mack Irving
Macl, Australia

Other Kimptons

Matilda Lucy Kimpton
1895 - 1973
High, Australia
Faulkner Willi Kimpton
High, Australia
John Harold Kimpton
1905 - 1974
Kew, Australia
Henry Kimpton
Kew, Australia
Patricia Blanche Kimpton
1933 - 1974
Footscray, Australia
Rist John Edwa Kimpton
Footscray, Australia
Ena Blanche Pleydell Kimpton
Footscray, Australia
Charlotte Kimpton
1893 - 1975
Park, Australia
Callen Murdock Kimpton
Park, Australia
Rebecca Levy Kimpton
Park, Australia
Charles Frederic Kimpton
1907 - 1975
Box Hill, Australia
Charles Kimpton
Box Hill, Australia
Margaret Hil Barnard Kimpton
Box Hill, Australia
Clive John Kimpton
1933 - 1975
Fitzroy, Australia
Cleveland Ge Kimpton
Fitzroy, Australia
Matilda Luc Faulkner Kimpton
Fitzroy, Australia
Alfred Malvolio Kimpton
1892 - 1975
Park, Australia
Henry Kimpton
Park, Australia

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