Elizabeth Rose (Murray) Fagan

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updated September 11, 2019
Elizabeth Rose (Murray) Fagan was born into the Murray family and married into the Fagan family. She had Elsie May Fagan, and Thomas Fagan with an unlisted partner. We know that Elizabeth Rose (Murray) Fagan had been residing in Collingwood, Australia.

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Elizabeth Rose (Murray) Fagan

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Elizabeth

Middle name

Rose

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Murray

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Collingwood, Australia

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Elsie May Fagan
1896 - 1950
Collingwood, Australia
Thomas Fagan
Collingwood, Australia

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She had Elsie May Fagan, and Thomas Fagan with an unlisted partner. We know that Elizabeth Rose (Murray) Fagan had been residing in Collingwood, Australia.
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1893 - 1950
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1866 - 1950
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Maria Currie Fagan
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Edward Thomas Fagan
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Warnambool, Australia
Bridget Annie Cummings Fagan
Warnambool, Australia
Emily Teresa Fagan
1876 - 1952
S Hills, Australia
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S Hills, Australia
Catherine Cass Fagan
S Hills, Australia
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1870 - 1952
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Sunbury, Australia
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Y Junctn, Australia
Dwyer Jesse Fagan
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Martin Francis Murray
1901 - 1950
Bwick, Australia
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Bwick, Australia
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1875 - 1950
Maidstone, Australia
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Maidstone, Australia
William Patrick Murray
1861 - 1950
Rworth, Australia
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Rworth, Australia
Mary Hawley Murray
Rworth, Australia
Ethel Kate Murray
1886 - 1950
M Bton, Australia
Cattlin George Murray
M Bton, Australia
Helena Oshea Murray
M Bton, Australia
Annie Murray
1872 - 1950
Chelt, Australia
Robert Murray
Chelt, Australia
Ellen Johnston Murray
Chelt, Australia
Donald Athol Murray
1893 - 1950
Parkville, Australia
William Murray
Parkville, Australia
Margaret Menzies Murray
Parkville, Australia
Catherine Murray
1872 - 1950
East Melbourne, Australia
Knell Joseph Murray
East Melbourne, Australia

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