Hannah (Floate) Fraser

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Hannah Hannah (Floate) Fraser
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updated February 06, 2019
Hannah Floate Fraser was born into the Floate family and married into the Fraser family. She married Dewar Andrew Kinnis Fraser, and they gave birth to Hannah Amelia Fraser. We know that Hannah Floate Fraser had been residing in Geelong, Australia.

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Hannah Floate Fraser

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Floate

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Geelong, Australia

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Hannah Floate Fraser & Dewar Andrew Kinnis Fraser

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Dewar Andrew Kinnis Fraser
Geelong, Australia

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Hannah Amelia Fraser
1862 - 1949
Geelong, Australia

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Hannah Floate Fraser married Dewar Andrew Kinnis Fraser, and they gave birth to Hannah Amelia Fraser. We know that Hannah Floate Fraser had been residing in Geelong, Australia.
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Other Hannah Frasers

Hannah Jane Fraser
South Melbourne, Australia
Hannah Jane Fraser
Died: 1910
Bendigo, Australia
Hannah Mary Fraser
Dunedin, Australia
Hannah Sarah Fraser
Geelong, Australia
Hannah Amelia (Dewar) Fraser
Geelong, Australia
Hannah Lepton Fraser
Nort, Australia
Hannah Bowen Fraser
Glen, Australia
Hannah Ma Unthank Fraser
Ment, Australia
Hannah Fraser
Park, Australia
Hannah Harland Fraser
Parkville, Australia

Other Frasers

Peter Ronald Fraser
Died: 1949
Kburra, Australia
Dulcie Irene Lay Fraser
Kburra, Australia
Donald Fraser
1865 - 1949
St A, Australia
Fraser Alex Fraser
St A, Australia
Mary Fraser
St A, Australia
Annie Fraser
1860 - 1949
Bdale, Australia
Banks Joseph Fraser
Bdale, Australia
Madeline Faulkes Fraser
Bdale, Australia
Alex Ferguson Fraser
1887 - 1950
Heidelberg, Australia
William Fraser
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Manning Fraser
Heidelberg, Australia
Hay Fraser
1877 - 1950
W Fscray, Australia
William Paton Fraser
W Fscray, Australia
Ann Mcleish Fraser
W Fscray, Australia
Ellen Fraser
1865 - 1950
G Iris, Australia
Hasler John Darby Fraser
G Iris, Australia
Mary Fraser
1854 - 1950
Edon, Australia
Flannery Daniel Fraser
Edon, Australia

Other Floates

Ernest Edward Floate
1885 - 1950
Benalla, Australia
James Floate
Benalla, Australia
Ellen Day Floate
Benalla, Australia
Ethel Florence Floate
1891 - 1953
Ballarat, Australia
William Gorman Floate
Ballarat, Australia
Dorothy Floate
1888 - 1956
Bena, Australia
Whitfield Jose Floate
Bena, Australia
Eliza Grant Floate
Bena, Australia
Henry Hales Floate
1893 - 1962
Arma, Australia
William Thomas Floate
Arma, Australia
Mary Shone Floate
Arma, Australia
Arthur Edward Floate
1897 - 1964
Murt, Australia
James Floate
Murt, Australia
Ellen Day Floate
Murt, Australia
Leslie Arthur Floate
1906 - 1966
Bena, Australia
Ernest Edwar Floate
Bena, Australia
Ivy Jane Floate
1892 - 1969
Murt, Australia
Timms Walter J Floate
Murt, Australia
Mary Annie Conn Floate
Murt, Australia

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Thomas William Ryan
1870 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Ryan Thomas Ryan
Geelong, Australia
Mary Ryan Ryan
Geelong, Australia
William Thomas Bedford
1861 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Bedford William Bedford
Geelong, Australia
Catherine Thomas Bedford
Geelong, Australia
William Brown
1880 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Brown William Brown
Geelong, Australia
Eleanor Brown
Geelong, Australia
William Casper Ritchie
1883 - 1949
Gelong, Australia
Ritchie William Ritchie
Gelong, Australia
Mary Ellen Welsh Ritchie
Gelong, Australia
William Edward Hall
1893 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Hall Thomas Hall
Geelong, Australia
Ann Mackay Hall
Geelong, Australia
Helen Ann Parish
Died: 1949
Geelong, Australia
Parish John Francis Parish
Geelong, Australia
Coral Christina Mchugh Parish
Geelong, Australia
Thomas George Court
1897 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Court Thomas Court
Geelong, Australia
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