Jessie Veronica (Blanck) Ferrier

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Jessie Veronica Blanck Ferrier was born into the Blanck family and married into the Ferrier family. She married Ferrier Harold James Ferrier, and they gave birth to Ian Vidmore Ferrier. We know that Jessie Veronica Blanck Ferrier had been residing in Stawell, Australia.

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Stawell, Australia

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Jessie Veronica Blanck Ferrier & Ferrier Harold James Ferrier

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Ferrier Harold James Ferrier
Stawell, Australia

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Ian Vidmore Ferrier
Died: 1927
Stawell, Australia

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Jessie Veronica Blanck Ferrier married Ferrier Harold James Ferrier, and they gave birth to Ian Vidmore Ferrier. We know that Jessie Veronica Blanck Ferrier had been residing in Stawell, Australia.
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David Patrick Ferrier
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Warnambool, Australia
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Catherine Mary Dowling Ferrier
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James William Ferrier
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Northcote, Australia
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Lois Gibson Blanck
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Julia Jane Blanck
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Maid, Australia
Smith Joseph Blanck
Maid, Australia
Mary Jane Lovell Blanck
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James Blanck
1896 - 1955
Heidelberg, Australia
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Paula Blanck
1888 - 1955
Oakl, Australia
Perleberg Davi Blanck
Oakl, Australia
Hanna Brilles Blanck
Oakl, Australia
Christopher Blanck
1898 - 1956
Heidelberg, Australia
James Blanck
Heidelberg, Australia
Anderson Blanck
Heidelberg, Australia
William Henry Blanck
1891 - 1959
Fran, Australia

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Albert Ernt Gellert
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Donald Frederick Dalziel
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Stawell, Australia
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Stawell, Australia
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Stawell, Australia
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Stawell, Australia
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