Joann (Loseby) Turner

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updated February 06, 2019
Joann Loseby Turner was born into the Loseby family and married into the Turner family. She married Osmond Robert Turner, and they gave birth to Frances Margaret Turner. We know that Joann Loseby Turner had been residing in Tatta, Australia.

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Joann Loseby Turner

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Tatta, Australia

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Joann Loseby Turner & Osmond Robert Turner

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Osmond Robert Turner

Tatta, Australia

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Frances Margaret Turner
1863 - 1949
Tatta, Australia

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Joann Loseby Turner married Osmond Robert Turner, and they gave birth to Frances Margaret Turner. We know that Joann Loseby Turner had been residing in Tatta, Australia.
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Eva Turner
1870 - 1949
Ydah, Australia
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Ydah, Australia
Annie Georgina Turner
1873 - 1949
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Hodges William Turner

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Isabella Jane Stagg Turner

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Mary Turner
1860 - 1949
Cdown, Australia
Ellis Abel Turner

Cdown, Australia
Margaret Lynch Turner

Cdown, Australia
Ethel May Turner
1880 - 1949
Hton, Australia
Mcintyre Dugald Turner

Hton, Australia
Ann Gardiner Turner

Hton, Australia
Mary Turner
1874 - 1949
Ldale, Australia
Smout Edward Turner

Ldale, Australia
Annie Bowden Turner

Ldale, Australia
Esther Turner
1863 - 1949
Sunbury, Australia
William Hugh Turner
1887 - 1949
Mortlake, Australia
Turner John Turner

Mortlake, Australia
Ellen Ellis Turner

Mortlake, Australia
Ernest James Turner
1891 - 1949
Rutherglen, Australia

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Richard Benedict Loseby
1876 - 1968
Sout, Australia
Loseby Richard Loseby

Sout, Australia
Johanna Fr Murphy Loseby

Sout, Australia
Robert P Loseby
Born: around 1914
Vermont, United States
A E Loseby
around 1889 - Jan 12, 1917
Frederick Lewis Loseby
Died: Sep 29, 1918
Godfrey Lewis Loseby
around 1921 - Mar 4, 1942
Percy Loseby
Died: Feb 16, 1944
R Loseby
Died: Nov 26, 1918

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1873 - 1949
Tatta, Australia
Polmear William Polmear

Tatta, Australia
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Tatta, Australia
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Margaret Cronin Campbell

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James Henry Jagoe
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Johnston James Jagoe

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Merle Mills Jagoe

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Agnes Hicks
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Taylor William Hicks

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Marjorie Gallagher Hicks

Tatura, Australia
Ellen Heathman
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Tatura, Australia
Worden Issachar Heathman

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Mary Heatman Heathman

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Fanny Elizabeth Neal
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Neave Charles Neal

Terang, Australia
Jane Brunt Neal

Terang, Australia
George Rutter
1876 - 1949
Terang, Australia
Rutter John Rutter

Terang, Australia
Sarah Jane Brain Rutter

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