Elsie Mary (Keen) Hockley

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updated February 06, 2019
Elsie Mary Keen Hockley was born into the Keen family and married into the Hockley family. She married Joseph Edwin Hockley, and they gave birth to Richard Joseph Hockley. We know that Elsie Mary Keen Hockley had been residing in Port, Australia.

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Elsie Mary Keen Hockley

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Elsie Mary Keen Hockley & Joseph Edwin Hockley

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Joseph Edwin Hockley
Port, Australia

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Richard Joseph Hockley
1912 - 1967
Port, Australia

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Elsie Mary Keen Hockley married Joseph Edwin Hockley, and they gave birth to Richard Joseph Hockley. We know that Elsie Mary Keen Hockley had been residing in Port, Australia.
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George Frederick Hockley
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Sale, Australia
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Arar, Australia
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Gladys May Hockley
1897 - 1973
Box Hill, Australia
Williams Hugh Hockley
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Victoria Leslie Hockley
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Edward Emanuel B Hockley
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Park, Australia
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Margaret Taylor Keen
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Mani, Australia
Harding Thomas Keen
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Edward Albert Keen
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Werr, Australia
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Werr, Australia
Margar Killerlane Keen
Werr, Australia
William Augustus Keen
1916 - 1969
Ashb, Australia
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Ashb, Australia
Mary Hilderbrandt Keen
Ashb, Australia
Henry William Keen
1889 - 1969
Cheltenham, Australia

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1882 - 1967
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