Helen Hephzibah (Mcgregor) Montgomery

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updated February 06, 2019
Helen Hephzibah Mcgregor Montgomery was born into the Mcgregor family and married into the Montgomery family. She married John Montgomery, and they gave birth to Jessie Hephzibah Montgomery. We know that Helen Hephzibah Mcgregor Montgomery had been residing in Watta, Australia.

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Helen Hephzibah Mcgregor Montgomery

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Watta, Australia

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John Montgomery
Watta, Australia

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Jessie Hephzibah Montgomery
1911 - 1953
Watta, Australia

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Helen Hephzibah Mcgregor Montgomery married John Montgomery, and they gave birth to Jessie Hephzibah Montgomery. We know that Helen Hephzibah Mcgregor Montgomery had been residing in Watta, Australia.
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1889 - 1954
Caulfield, Australia
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Coleraine, Australia
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Geelong, Australia
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1902 - 1953
N & Chil, Australia
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N & Chil, Australia
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N & Chil, Australia
Mary Ann Mcgregor
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1892 - 1954
Fitzroy, Australia
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Mary Ellen Norman Mcgregor
Fitzroy, Australia
Thomas Donald Mcgregor
1873 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia
James Mcgregor
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Dickins Mcgregor
Melbourne, Australia
George Langlands Mcgregor
1876 - 1954
Richmond, Australia
Thomas Hamil Mcgregor
Richmond, Australia
Agnes Murdock Mcgregor
Richmond, Australia
Robert Mcgregor
1903 - 1954
Heidelberg, Australia

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Wangta, Australia
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