Hannah (Adie) Ross

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updated February 06, 2019
Hannah Adie Ross was born into the Adie family and married into the Ross family. She married Alexander Ross, and they gave birth to John Ross. We know that Hannah Adie Ross had been residing in St Arnaud, Australia.

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Hannah Adie Ross

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Middle name

Hannah

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Adie

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St Arnaud, Australia

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Alexander Ross
St Arnaud, Australia

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John Ross
Died: 1886
St Arnaud, Australia

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Hannah Adie Ross married Alexander Ross, and they gave birth to John Ross. We know that Hannah Adie Ross had been residing in St Arnaud, Australia.
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Margaret Ellen Ross
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W Town, Australia
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Anna Young Ross
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Sophia Emily Ross
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Jane Pearl Ross
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Died: 1895
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Died: 1895
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Jane Stirling Adie
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David Adie
1858 - 1899
Kew L A, Australia
George Adie
1829 - 1905
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Isabella Adie
1825 - 1910
Yawong, Australia
Brenner William Adie
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Isabella Perry Adie
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Peter Stalker Adie
1859 - 1922
Melbourne East, Australia
Adie James Adie
Melbourne East, Australia
Elizabeth Mercer Adie
Melbourne East, Australia
David Young Adie
1895 - 1923
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Ann Young Adie
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Jane Adie
1841 - 1923
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Sarah Adie
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