Emma (Ramsay) Quelch

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updated February 06, 2019
Emma Ramsay Quelch was born into the Ramsay family and married into the Quelch family. She married Charles Will Quelch, and they gave birth to Dorothy Bewick Quelch. We know that Emma Ramsay Quelch had been residing in Prahran, Australia.

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Emma Ramsay Quelch

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Emma

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Prahran, Australia

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Emma Ramsay Quelch & Charles Will Quelch

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Charles Will Quelch
Prahran, Australia

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Dorothy Bewick Quelch
1899 - 1967
Prahran, Australia

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Emma Ramsay Quelch married Charles Will Quelch, and they gave birth to Dorothy Bewick Quelch. We know that Emma Ramsay Quelch had been residing in Prahran, Australia.
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William Samuel Quelch
1883 - 1969
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Pearl Kathleen Quelch
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Sandhurst, Australia
Florence Mary Terry Quelch
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John Sydney Quelch
1913 - 1974
Brighton, Australia
Alexander He Quelch
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Mary Ann Sargent Quelch
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Ellen Nora Quelch
1916 - 1977
Belm, Australia
Melville Josep Quelch
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Edwin Henry Quelch
1920 - 1983
Prahran, Australia
Charles Henry Quelch
Prahran, Australia
Mary Olive Quelch
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1878 - 1967
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Heidelberg, Australia
Carey Alfred W Ramsay
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Esther Jane Williams Ramsay
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Frederick Charle Ramsay
1905 - 1967
Park, Australia
William Perc Ramsay
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Stanley George Ramsay
1912 - 1967
Wangaratta, Australia
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Henrietta Peterson Ramsay
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John Taylor Ramsay
1894 - 1967
Hugh, Australia
John Ramsay
Hugh, Australia
Margaret Guthrie Ramsay
Hugh, Australia
Gwendoline Maude Ramsay
1885 - 1967
St Kilda, Australia
Mills Thomas B Ramsay
St Kilda, Australia
Elizabeth Isa Harvey Ramsay
St Kilda, Australia
Emma Wilhelmina Ramsay
1871 - 1967
Caulfield, Australia
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