Greta Pauline (Robinson) Knight

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Greta Pauline Robinson Knight was born into the Robinson family and married into the Knight family. She married Owen Edward Knight, and they gave birth to Edward Charles Knight. We know that Greta Pauline Robinson Knight had been residing in Colac, Australia.

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Greta Pauline Robinson Knight

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Owen Edward Knight
Colac, Australia

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Edward Charles Knight
Died: 1951
Colac, Australia

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Greta Pauline Robinson Knight married Owen Edward Knight, and they gave birth to Edward Charles Knight. We know that Greta Pauline Robinson Knight had been residing in Colac, Australia.
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Dory Maude Knight
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David Robert Knight
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Maude James Knight
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Henry William Knight
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Pham, Australia
Henry Knight
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Janet Mccoll Knight
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Michael John Knight
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Bendigo, Australia
Michael Knight
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Mary Bartley Knight
Bendigo, Australia
Fem Knight
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Mgatang, Australia
Melva Jean Knight Knight
Mgatang, Australia

Other Robinsons

Ada Robinson
1870 - 1951
Fern T G, Australia
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Fern T G, Australia
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Fern T G, Australia
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1876 - 1951
Ararat, Australia
Mcmillan Alex Robinson
Ararat, Australia
Margaret Robinson
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Alf Robinson
1878 - 1951
Ballarat, Australia
Not Stated Robinson
Ballarat, Australia
Stated Not Robinson
Ballarat, Australia
Benjamin Robinson
1868 - 1951
Beechworth, Australia
William Robinson
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Esther Vinol Robinson
Beechworth, Australia
Catherine Louisa Robinson
1864 - 1951
Bendigo, Australia
Stewart George Robinson
Bendigo, Australia
Frncis Phillips Robinson
Bendigo, Australia
Mabel Grace Robinson
1879 - 1951
Castlemaine, Australia
Wood Nathaniel Robinson
Castlemaine, Australia
Catherine Jane Hunt Robinson
Castlemaine, Australia
Thomas Eugene Robinson
1877 - 1951
Geelong, Australia
Joseph Harold Robinson
1894 - 1951
Geelong, Australia

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1871 - 1951
Colac, Australia
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1887 - 1951
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Sophia Frances Minchinton
1870 - 1951
Colac, Australia
Doncin Minchinton
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Rendell Minchinton
Colac, Australia
Georgina Ann Connor
1875 - 1951
Colac, Australia
George Custer Connor
Colac, Australia
Martha Anne Harwood Connor
Colac, Australia
James Alf Speed
1867 - 1951
Colac, Australia
Frederick Speed
Colac, Australia
Mary Speed
Colac, Australia
Ruby Letitia Nelson
1892 - 1951
Colac, Australia
Moore Henry Irwin Nelson
Colac, Australia
Ellen Hill Nelson
Colac, Australia
Robert Mckane
1896 - 1951
Colac, Australia
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