Harriet (Edith) Furnell

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updated February 06, 2019
Harriet Edith Furnell was born into the Edith family and married into the Furnell family. She married Lindsay Gord Furnell, and they gave birth to Brian Lindsay Furnell. We know that Harriet Edith Furnell had been residing in Oakp, Australia.

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Harriet Harriet (Edith) Furnell Biography

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Harriet Edith Furnell

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Harriet

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Harriet

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Edith

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Oakp, Australia

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Harriet Edith Furnell & Lindsay Gord Furnell

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Lindsay Gord Furnell
Oakp, Australia

Children:

Brian Lindsay Furnell
1925 - 1980
Oakp, Australia

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Harriet Edith Furnell married Lindsay Gord Furnell, and they gave birth to Brian Lindsay Furnell. We know that Harriet Edith Furnell had been residing in Oakp, Australia.
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Marguerite Gerda Furnell
1898 - 1980
Arma, Australia
Mclean William Furnell
Arma, Australia
Hilda Furnell
Arma, Australia
Mary Ann (Furnell) Manning
Died: 1878
Beechworth, Australia

Other Ediths

Thomas J Edith
Born: around 1926
Florida, United States
Louis Wulff
May 30, 1870 - May 20, 1956

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Mary Ware
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