Esther (Barber) Coulstock

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Esther Esther (Barber) Coulstock
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updated February 06, 2019
Esther Barber Coulstock was born into the Barber family and married into the Coulstock family. She married Glasgow John Coulstock, and they gave birth to Margaret Jane Coulstock. We know that Esther Barber Coulstock had been residing in Moor, Australia.

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Esther Esther (Barber) Coulstock Biography

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Esther Barber Coulstock

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Esther

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Barber

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Moor, Australia

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Esther Barber Coulstock & Glasgow John Coulstock

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Glasgow John Coulstock
Moor, Australia

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Margaret Jane Coulstock
1880 - 1954
Moor, Australia

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Esther Barber Coulstock married Glasgow John Coulstock, and they gave birth to Margaret Jane Coulstock. We know that Esther Barber Coulstock had been residing in Moor, Australia.
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Other Coulstocks

Thomas Roscholer Coulstock
1887 - 1960
Mord, Australia
Alfred Coulstock
Mord, Australia
Caroline Parr Coulstock
Mord, Australia
Alice Maud Coulstock
1872 - 1967
Oakl, Australia
Roper Walter Coulstock
Oakl, Australia
Sarah Mcfadden Coulstock
Oakl, Australia
Elizabeth Harris Coulstock
1885 - 1968
Mord, Australia
Cross Harry Coulstock
Mord, Australia
James Alfred St Coulstock
1881 - 1969
Moor, Australia
Alfred Coulstock
Moor, Australia
Caroline Parr Coulstock
Moor, Australia
Gladys Coulstock
1884 - 1974
Ben, Australia
Alfred Coulstock
Ben, Australia
Caroline Parr Coulstock
Ben, Australia
Alfred John Coulstock
1907 - 1980
Shep, Australia
James Alfred Coulstock
Shep, Australia
Jan Margaret Coulstock
Shep, Australia
Gladys Ruth Coulstock
1898 - 1981
Granya, Australia
Thomas Coulstock
Ashb, Australia

Other Barbers

Ernest Henry Barber
1894 - 1955
Heidelberg, Australia
William Barber
Heidelberg, Australia
Jessie Douglas Barber
Heidelberg, Australia
Ernest Gilbert Barber
1888 - 1955
Melbourne, Australia
John Barber
Melbourne, Australia
Annie Walker Barber
Melbourne, Australia
William George Barber
1891 - 1955
Heidelberg, Australia
William Thomas Barber
Heidelberg, Australia
Isabella Nicholson Barber
Heidelberg, Australia
Alice Anne Barber
1883 - 1955
Fitzroy, Australia
Donohue Thomas Barber
Fitzroy, Australia
Anne Murphy Barber
Fitzroy, Australia
Mabel Barber
1907 - 1955
Park, Australia
Horsnall John Barber
Park, Australia
Elizabeth Gogger Barber
Park, Australia
David Douglas Barber
1889 - 1955
Fitzroy, Australia
Richard Barber
Fitzroy, Australia
Catherine Maxwell Barber
Fitzroy, Australia
Edith May Barber
1885 - 1955
Sandhurst, Australia
Stephens Samue Barber
Sandhurst, Australia

Other Bios

Mary Anne Wilson
1875 - 1954
Moor, Australia
Mary Anne Allison Wilson
Moor, Australia
Sarah Whitehead Henderson
1857 - 1954
Moor, Australia
Arthur Henderson
Moor, Australia
Ann Stewart Henderson
Moor, Australia
Leslie Grant
1890 - 1954
Moor, Australia
James Mcpher Grant
Moor, Australia
Sarah Highmore Grant
Moor, Australia
Ronald Wilson
1922 - 1954
Moor, Australia
Frederick Willia Thorne
1886 - 1954
Moor, Australia
Edwin Thorne
Moor, Australia
Arthur William Cronyn
1860 - 1954
Moor, Australia
John Cronyn
Moor, Australia
Sarah Cronyn
Moor, Australia
Arthur Rudolf Goldsmith
1896 - 1954
Mtel, Australia
Ernest Rudol Goldsmith
Mtel, Australia
Zilla Moses Goldsmith
Mtel, Australia
Beatrice Louisa Cook
1876 - 1954
Morn, Australia
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