Horsburgh Robert Jewell

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updated February 06, 2019
Horsburgh Robert Jewell married Emma Henderson, and they gave birth to Margaret Ann Jewell. We know that Horsburgh Robert Jewell had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.

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South Melbourne, Australia

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Horsburgh Robert Jewell & Emma Henderson Jewell

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Emma Henderson Jewell
South Melbourne, Australia

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Margaret Ann Jewell
1885 - 1952
South Melbourne, Australia

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Horsburgh Robert Jewell married Emma Henderson, and they gave birth to Margaret Ann Jewell. We know that Horsburgh Robert Jewell had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.
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