Ellen Black (Beissell) Templeton

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updated February 06, 2019
Ellen Black Beissell Templeton was born into the Beissell family and married into the Templeton family. She married Murrie William Templeton, and they gave birth to Elsie Templeton. We know that Ellen Black Beissell Templeton had been residing in Yall, Australia.

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Ellen Black Beissell Templeton

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Yall, Australia

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Ellen Black Beissell Templeton & Murrie William Templeton

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Murrie William Templeton
Yall, Australia

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Elsie Templeton
1883 - 1958
Yall, Australia

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Ellen Black Beissell Templeton married Murrie William Templeton, and they gave birth to Elsie Templeton. We know that Ellen Black Beissell Templeton had been residing in Yall, Australia.
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Other Ellen Templetons

Ellen Gilmour Templeton
Murr, Australia
Ellen Archibald Templeton
1894 - 1968
Murr, Australia

Other Templetons

August Koch Templeton
1897 - 1959
Footscray, Australia
Jean Templeton Templeton
Footscray, Australia
Keith Richard Templeton
1896 - 1959
Heidelberg, Australia
William Templeton
Heidelberg, Australia
Maria Uncles Templeton
Heidelberg, Australia
Florence Janet Templeton
1884 - 1959
Cole, Australia
Thomas Templeton
Cole, Australia
Rosina Lauder Templeton
Cole, Australia
Wendy Templeton
Died: 1959
Pens, Australia
Leslie Georg Templeton
Pens, Australia
Jessie Cook Templeton
Pens, Australia
Shelley Anne Templeton
Died: 1959
Birc, Australia
Stanley Templeton
Birc, Australia
Bertille Jessie Templeton
1867 - 1960
Malvern, Australia
Smith Samuel Templeton
Malvern, Australia
James Mckinley Templeton
1892 - 1960
Newp, Australia
William Templeton
Newp, Australia

Other Beissells

Elmer A Beissell
Born: around 1923
Pennsylvania, United States

Other Bios

Stanley Albert Brownbill
1900 - 1958
Yall, Australia
Alfred Henry Brownbill
Yall, Australia
William Duncan
1898 - 1958
Yall, Australia
George Duncan
Yall, Australia
Mary Jane Ingram Duncan
Yall, Australia
Ernest Robert Murrell
1882 - 1958
Yall, Australia
James Guy Murrell
Yall, Australia
Emma Hall Murrell
Yall, Australia
John Joseph Luby
1895 - 1958
Yall, Australia
Brenda May Brew
Died: 1958
Yall, Australia
Alexander Ed Brew
Yall, Australia
William Best
1905 - 1958
Yall, Australia
Robert Hugh Robinson
1906 - 1958
Dimboola, Australia
John William Robinson
Dimboola, Australia
Maria Stevens Robinson
Dimboola, Australia
Charles Leslie Challen
1897 - 1958
Yall, Australia
Benjamin Ste Challen
Yall, Australia
Eleanor Mobbs Challen
Yall, Australia
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