Frances (Tardieu) Medley

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Frances Frances (Tardieu) Medley
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updated February 06, 2019
Frances Tardieu Medley was born into the Tardieu family and married into the Medley family. She married Thomas William Windsor Medley, and they gave birth to Lyle Hamilton Medley. We know that Frances Tardieu Medley had been residing in E Bton, Australia.

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Frances Tardieu Medley

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E Bton, Australia

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Lyle Hamilton Medley
1873 - 1951
E Bton, Australia

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Frances Tardieu Medley married Thomas William Windsor Medley, and they gave birth to Lyle Hamilton Medley. We know that Frances Tardieu Medley had been residing in E Bton, Australia.
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1876 - 1954
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Jane Medley
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May Pilling Medley
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Catherine Medley
1892 - 1956
Warr, Australia
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Elizabeth Greene Medley
Warr, Australia
Netta Leone Moor Medley
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Yall, Australia
Cox William Medley
Yall, Australia
Iolanthe Lillian Medley
1893 - 1962
Will, Australia
Boys Frank Medley
Will, Australia
Edwin William Medley
1905 - 1962
Tull, Australia
Albert Medley
Tull, Australia

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Born: around 1912
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Died: Jul 10, 1942

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