Hudson Walter Pirie

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updated February 06, 2019
Hudson Walter Pirie married Annie Young Lee, and they gave birth to Florence Myrtle Pirie. We know that Hudson Walter Pirie had been residing in Brighton, Australia.

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Hudson Walter Pirie

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Brighton, Australia

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Hudson Walter Pirie & Annie Young Lee Pirie

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Annie Young Lee Pirie
Brighton, Australia

Children:

Florence Myrtle Pirie
1892 - 1967
Brighton, Australia

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Hudson Walter Pirie married Annie Young Lee, and they gave birth to Florence Myrtle Pirie. We know that Hudson Walter Pirie had been residing in Brighton, Australia.
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Other Piries

Annie Young Lee Pirie
Brighton, Australia
Eric Alexander Pirie
1889 - 1968
Fitzroy, Australia
Pirie William Pirie
Fitzroy, Australia
Henriett Maddocks Pirie
Fitzroy, Australia
Joseph Allan Pirie
1904 - 1969
Will, Australia
Alexander Pirie
Will, Australia
Agnes Mcwilliam Pirie
Will, Australia
Hilda Millicent Pirie
1889 - 1970
St Kilda, Australia
Deane Alan Wil Pirie
St Kilda, Australia
Sara Marriott Pirie
St Kilda, Australia
James Pirie
1902 - 1972
Preston, Australia
John Pirie
Preston, Australia
Christina Millar Pirie
Preston, Australia
Alister Munro Pirie
1917 - 1972
Emer, Australia
Anderson Ali Pirie
Emer, Australia
Ann Munro Pirie
Emer, Australia
George Robertson Pirie
1908 - 1973
Heidelberg, Australia
William Gran Pirie
Heidelberg, Australia
Isobella Robertson Pirie
Heidelberg, Australia
John Pirie
1911 - 1978
Macl, Australia

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Annie Young Lee Pirie
Brighton, Australia
Madeline Phillips
1887 - 1967
Hugh, Australia
Ennis William Phillips
Hugh, Australia
Eliza Craig Phillips
Hugh, Australia
Harold George Paton
1896 - 1967
Tower Hill, Australia
Alexander Paton
Tera, Australia
Elizabeth Paton
Tera, Australia
Beryl Isabel Penny
1925 - 1967
Ment, Australia
Percival Penny
Ment, Australia
Muriel Dorothy Phillips
1917 - 1967
Cola, Australia
Dawson William Phillips
Cola, Australia
Frank Parkin
1879 - 1967
Sandhurst, Australia
Mary Ann Bradbury Parkin
Sandhurst, Australia
John Herbert Patterson
1884 - 1967
Ingl, Australia
James Patterson
Ingl, Australia
Laura Boys Patterson
Ingl, Australia
William John Aughey
1906 - 1967
Brunswick, Australia
Nathan Aughey
Brunswick, Australia
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