Jeff Adams (died 2017)

Jeff Adams
? - 2017 (edit)
updated February 22, 2020
Jeff Adams married Elizabeth Mackey in February 1960. They gave birth to Neil Adams, Shane Adams, Craig Adams, and Roslyn Woods. He, father to 4 children, died on July 9, 2017 in Warracknabeal, VIC Australia.


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Jeff Adams died on in Warracknabeal, Yarriambiack Shire County, VIC Australia 3393

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Jeff Adams & Shirley (Mackey) Adams

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Jeff Adams, father to 4 children, died on July 9, 2017 in Warracknabeal, VIC Australia. He married Elizabeth Mackey in February 1960. They gave birth to Neil Adams, Shane Adams, Craig Adams, and Roslyn Woods.
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