Jewell Walter Jewell

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updated February 06, 2019
Jewell Walter Jewell married Lila Ann Keane, and they gave birth to Victor Patrick Jewell. We know that Jewell Walter Jewell had been residing in Hawthorn, Australia.

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Jewell Walter Jewell

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Hawthorn, Australia

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Jewell Walter Jewell & Lila Ann Keane Jewell

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Lila Ann Keane Jewell
Hawthorn, Australia

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Victor Patrick Jewell
1920 - 1968
Warnambool, Australia

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Jewell Walter Jewell married Lila Ann Keane, and they gave birth to Victor Patrick Jewell. We know that Jewell Walter Jewell had been residing in Hawthorn, Australia.
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Lila Ann Keane Jewell
Hawthorn, Australia
Catherine Mabel Jewell
1885 - 1968
Ring, Australia
Reade James Ka Jewell
Ring, Australia
Elizabeth Bennett Jewell
Ring, Australia
Mary Jewell
Died: 1968
Warr, Australia
Jewell Albert Jewell
Warr, Australia
Dorothy Lor Dowdy Jewell
Warr, Australia
Thomas William Jewell
1892 - 1968
Melbourne South, Australia
Jewell Thomas Jewell
Newt, Australia
Lena Garton Jewell
Newt, Australia
William Alfred Jewell
1902 - 1968
Melbourne, Australia
Jewell Alfred Jewell
Melbourne, Australia
Ethel May Dowie Jewell
Melbourne, Australia
Neville James Jewell
1908 - 1969
Pasc, Australia
Leonard Albe Jewell
Pasc, Australia
Roy Stanley Jewell
1896 - 1969
Brighton, Australia
George Ernes Jewell
Brighton, Australia
Elizabeth Hocking Jewell
Brighton, Australia
Lillian Ethel Ag Jewell
1894 - 1969
Warr, Australia

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Lila Ann Keane Jewell
Hawthorn, Australia
Howard Edward Johnson
1895 - 1968
Elst, Australia
Johnson Edward Johnson
Elst, Australia
Theresa Howard Johnson
Elst, Australia
Trevor Ayne Jones
1957 - 1968
Warr, Australia
Jones Francis Jones
Warr, Australia
Muriel Nanc Meade Jones
Warr, Australia
Rex Noel Kirkham
1949 - 1968
East, Australia
Kirkham Alfred Kirkham
East, Australia
Wilhelm Joseph Koch
1936 - 1968
Park, Australia
Koch Joseph Koch
Park, Australia
Henriett Senterup Koch
Park, Australia
Archibald Osbour Lewis
1885 - 1968
Kang, Australia
Lewis Alfred J Lewis
Box, Australia
Sarah an Osbourne Lewis
Box, Australia
Frank Harry Lewis
1880 - 1968
St Kilda, Australia
Lewis Jonah Lewis
Sunb, Australia
Mercy Rudge Lewis
Sunb, Australia
Emma Mckeon
1895 - 1968
Preston, Australia
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