Frederick Ja Alsop

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updated February 06, 2019
Frederick Ja Alsop married Ada Alice Armistead, and they gave birth to Ernest Neville Alsop. We know that Frederick Ja Alsop had been residing in Swan, Australia.

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Frederick Ja Alsop

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1908 - 1977
Swan, Australia

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Frederick Ja Alsop married Ada Alice Armistead, and they gave birth to Ernest Neville Alsop. We know that Frederick Ja Alsop had been residing in Swan, Australia.
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