Ellen (Sullivan) Moody

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Ellen Ellen (Sullivan) Moody
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updated February 06, 2019
Ellen Sullivan Moody was born into the Sullivan family and married into the Moody family. She married Prince Moody, and they gave birth to Joseph Moody. We know that Ellen Sullivan Moody had been residing in Australia.

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Ellen Sullivan Moody

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Ellen

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Sullivan

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Australia

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Joseph Moody
Died: 1862
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Ellen Sullivan Moody married Prince Moody, and they gave birth to Joseph Moody. We know that Ellen Sullivan Moody had been residing in Australia.
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Other Ellen Moodies

Ellen Cole Moody
Caulfield, Australia
Ellen Maude Moody
1896 - 1967
Bent, Australia
Ellen Marie Moody
1867 - 1963
Croy, Australia
Ellen Dunn Moody
Newtown, Australia
Ellen Dunn Moody
Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Gertrude Mary Dunn Moody
Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Mary Moody
1864 - 1938
Ballarat, Australia
Ellen Price Moody
Sanham, Australia
Ellen Elizabeth Moody
1848 - 1927
Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Mcnamara Moody
Geelong, Australia
Ellen Mary Gerte Moody
1857 - 1902
Geelong, Australia
Ellen Irving Dawson Moody
R Mond, Australia
Ellen Dawson Moody
Malvern, Australia

Other Moodies

Isabella Moody
1810 - 1863
Australia
Edith Ellen Moody
Died: 1865
Australia
Mary Moody
1829 - 1865
Australia
Mary Moody
Died: 1865
Australia
Charles Moody
Australia
Alice Mary Moody
Died: 1867
Australia
Robert Moody
1847 - 1867
Australia
Thomas Moody
Australia
Ann as Moody
Australia

Other Sullivans

Mary Sullivan
Died: 1862
Australia
Rose Anna Sullivan
1837 - 1862
Australia
John Sullivan
1815 - 1862
Australia
Cornelius Henry Sullivan
1809 - 1862
Australia
William James Sullivan
Died: 1862
Australia
Denis Sullivan
Australia
John Sullivan
1812 - 1862
Australia
Patrick Sullivan
1841 - 1862
Australia
Mary Elizabeth Sullivan
Died: 1862
Australia
Louisa Sullivan
1860 - 1862
Australia

Other Bios

Mary Sullivan
Died: 1862
Australia
Felix Grundy Martin
1827 - 1862
Australia
Marion Christina Mcfarlane
Died: 1862
Australia
James Mcfarlane
Australia
John Joseph Mcauley
Died: 1862
Australia
Anne Day Perry
Died: 1862
Australia
Mathew Mitchell
1823 - 1862
Australia
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