Emma (Hankel) Klinge

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updated February 06, 2019
Emma Hankel Klinge was born into the Hankel family and married into the Klinge family. She married Heckendorf John Klinge, and they gave birth to Gladys Ruth Klinge. We know that Emma Hankel Klinge had been residing in Wodonga, Australia.

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Emma Hankel Klinge

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Wodonga, Australia

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Emma Hankel Klinge & Heckendorf John Klinge

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Heckendorf John Klinge

Wodonga, Australia

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Gladys Ruth Klinge
1904 - 1949
Wodonga, Australia

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Emma Hankel Klinge married Heckendorf John Klinge, and they gave birth to Gladys Ruth Klinge. We know that Emma Hankel Klinge had been residing in Wodonga, Australia.
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Nils Klinge
1905 - 1953
Fitzroy, Australia
Johanna Wilhelmi Klinge
1874 - 1956
Wodo, Australia
Fietz Carl Klinge

Wodo, Australia
Hedwig Klinge

Wodo, Australia
Myrna Gertrude Klinge
1935 - 1956
Hors, Australia
Albert Augus Klinge

Hors, Australia
August Heinrich Klinge
1906 - 1958
Footscray, Australia
August Alfre Klinge

Footscray, Australia
Augusta Emma Preuss Klinge

Footscray, Australia
Anna Emilie Bert Klinge
1896 - 1962
Dimb, Australia
Johannas Hen Klinge

Dimb, Australia
Heinrick Hermann Klinge
1903 - 1963
Arko, Australia
Johannas Hen Klinge

Arko, Australia
Mark Anthony Klinge
1964 - 1967
Prahran, Australia
Ronald Alfre Klinge

Prahran, Australia
Lorraine Dawn Little Klinge

Prahran, Australia
Fredrick Gustav Klinge
1901 - 1971
Dimb, Australia

Other Hankels

Ernest Theodore Hankel
1904 - 1954
Preston, Australia
Paul Heinrick Hankel

Preston, Australia
Amelia Hankel

Preston, Australia
Sarah Hankel
1872 - 1957
Ormo, Australia
Attwood Samuel Hankel

Ormo, Australia
Hannah Andrews Hankel

Ormo, Australia
Thomas Powell Hankel
1900 - 1959
Wind, Australia
Heinrich Pau Hankel

Wind, Australia
Edith Lucy Hankel
1898 - 1975
Preston, Australia
Wetherall Char Hankel

Preston, Australia
Ellen Mcfarlane Hankel

Preston, Australia
Gertrude May Hankel
1898 - 1976
Ormo, Australia
Karl Hankel

Ormo, Australia
Sarah Attwood Hankel

Ormo, Australia
Karl Hankel

Maryborough, Australia

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1869 - 1949
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Adams Joseph Adams

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Mary Daly Lambert

Wodonga, Australia
Michael Danaher
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Wodonga, Australia
Danaher Edward Danaher

Wodonga, Australia
Mary Ann Carey Danaher

Wodonga, Australia
Phillip George Cutler
1875 - 1949
Wggi, Australia
Marjorie Elizabeth Strahan
1943 - 1949
Waggi, Australia
Strahan Leslie Strahan

Waggi, Australia
Mary Clark Allen Strahan

Waggi, Australia
James Stanley Knox
1898 - 1949
Wggi, Australia
Knox James Thomas Knox

Wggi, Australia
Mary White Dunn Knox

Wggi, Australia
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