Elizabeth (Olive) Lambert

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Olive Lambert was born into the Olive family and married into the Lambert family. She married Lambert Robert Lambert, and they gave birth to Ernest Lambert. We know that Elizabeth Olive Lambert had been residing in Charlton, Australia.

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Elizabeth Olive Lambert

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Elizabeth

Middle name

Elizabeth

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Olive

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Charlton, Australia

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Lambert Robert Lambert
Charlton, Australia

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Ernest Lambert
1892 - 1949
Charlton, Australia

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Elizabeth Olive Lambert married Lambert Robert Lambert, and they gave birth to Ernest Lambert. We know that Elizabeth Olive Lambert had been residing in Charlton, Australia.
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Lorna Olive Lambert
1911 - 1949
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Mildura, Australia
Doris Manson Lambert
1925 - 1950
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Isabella Manson Lambert
Carlton, Australia
Ruby Ellen Lambert
1893 - 1950
A Vale, Australia
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A Vale, Australia
Nellie Johns Lambert
A Vale, Australia
Eric Alfred Lambert
1927 - 1950
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
Rachael Lambert
Heidelberg, Australia
William Henry Lambert
1879 - 1950
South Melbourne, Australia
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South Melbourne, Australia
Ann Mccann Lambert
South Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Ann Lambert
1864 - 1950
Bendigo, Australia
Olive George Lambert
Bendigo, Australia
Annie Beggs Lambert
Bendigo, Australia
Susan Agnes Lambert
1878 - 1950
Caston, Australia

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Margaret Olive
1890 - 1950
Fitzroy, Australia
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Fitzroy, Australia
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Christina Elizabeth Olive
1861 - 1950
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East Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Ryan Olive
East Melbourne, Australia
Marian Elizabeth Olive
1873 - 1950
Dromana, Australia
Henry Thomas Olive
1864 - 1951
Bton, Australia
William Henry Olive
Bton, Australia
Ann Harriet Drury Olive
Bton, Australia
George Olive
1866 - 1951
Bendigo, Australia
Robert Olive
Bendigo, Australia
Ann Biggs Olive
Bendigo, Australia
Mary Frames Olive
1892 - 1952
E Malv, Australia
Spearman Iziah Olive
E Malv, Australia
Jane Golden Love Olive
E Malv, Australia
Helen Amelia Olive
1889 - 1952
Werrb, Australia
West Edward Calver Olive
Werrb, Australia
Helen Morrison Olive
Werrb, Australia
Ellen Veronica Olive
1873 - 1954
Glen, Australia

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