Ellen Ellis (Bickers) Aikman

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updated February 06, 2019
Ellen Ellis Bickers Aikman was born into the Bickers family and married into the Aikman family. She married Ellis Thomas Aikman, and they gave birth to Annie Aikman. We know that Ellen Ellis Bickers Aikman had been residing in Glong W, Australia.

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Ellen Ellis Bickers Aikman

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Glong W, Australia

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Ellis Thomas Aikman
Glong W, Australia

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Annie Aikman
1879 - 1952
Glong W, Australia

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Ellen Ellis Bickers Aikman married Ellis Thomas Aikman, and they gave birth to Annie Aikman. We know that Ellen Ellis Bickers Aikman had been residing in Glong W, Australia.
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James Aikman
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1887 - 1956
Leon, Australia
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Elizabeth James Aikman
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1879 - 1957
Ouye, Australia
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Ouye, Australia
Abigail Patrick Aikman
Ouye, Australia
James Aikman
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Daryl Charles Aikman
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Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Marie Hele Johnstone Bickers
Melbourne, Australia
May Baskerville Bickers
1889 - 1956
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Buckley Patric Bickers
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May Baskerville Bickers
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Margaret Ellen Bickers
1882 - 1956
Kew, Australia
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Margaret Long Bickers
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Alice Elizabeth Bickers
1883 - 1960
Broa, Australia
Baker William Bickers
Broa, Australia
Alice Denmead Bickers
Broa, Australia
Eliza Emily Bickers
1884 - 1960
Park, Australia
Jones Bickers
Park, Australia
Lorna Blanche Bickers
1912 - 1962
Geelong, Australia
Kruse William Bickers
Geelong, Australia
Blanche Mccullum Bickers
Geelong, Australia
Grace Fleming Bickers
1889 - 1964
Melbourne, Australia
George Bickers
Melbourne, Australia
Annie Jarvie Tawse Bickers
Melbourne, Australia

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Millicent Baillien Warren
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Elizabeth Webster Warren
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James Jeremiah Sheridan
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