Johannah (Kennedy) Barker

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Johannah Johannah (Kennedy) Barker
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updated February 06, 2019
Johannah Kennedy Barker was born into the Kennedy family and married into the Barker family. She married Robert Barker, and they gave birth to Robert Timothy Barker. We know that Johannah Kennedy Barker had been residing in Pt Fairy, Australia.

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Johannah Kennedy Barker

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Johannah

Middle name

Johannah

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Kennedy

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Pt Fairy, Australia

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Robert Barker
Pt Fairy, Australia

Children:

Robert Timothy Barker
1865 - 1950
Pt Fairy, Australia

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Johannah Kennedy Barker married Robert Barker, and they gave birth to Robert Timothy Barker. We know that Johannah Kennedy Barker had been residing in Pt Fairy, Australia.
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1915 - 1951
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Gladys Mary Barker
1889 - 1951
Fitzroy, Australia
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Honarah Bennett Barker
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Florence Ethel Barker
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Morrish William Barker
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Rachel Gamble Barker
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Charles Barker
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St Kilda, Australia
William Barker
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Elizabeth Tanner Barker
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Syd Polglase Barker
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Walter Barker
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Thomas Barker
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1897 - 1950
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1858 - 1950
Wgul, Australia
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Ellen Glover Kennedy
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Catherine Honora Kennedy
1866 - 1951
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Edward Patrick John Kennedy
1876 - 1951
South Melbourne, Australia
Edmond Kennedy
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Ellen Kennedy
1878 - 1951
Kew, Australia
Wilson John Kennedy
Kew, Australia
Ellen Daly Kennedy
Kew, Australia
Robert Henry Kennedy
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Cfield, Australia
Alex Kennedy
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Johanna Hughes Kennedy
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Lynette Doris Kennedy
Died: 1951
Preston, Australia
Allan Arthur Kennedy
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John Thomas Youl
1878 - 1950
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William Youl
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Huntly Hannah Youl
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Nora Margaret Hearn
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Thomas Lynch Hearn
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Mary Ellen Dornom Hearn
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Carmel Veronica Coffey
Died: 1950
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Kevin Joseph Coffey
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Eileen Pat Barry Coffey
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Portland, Australia
Not Known Hazeldine
Portland, Australia
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Portland, Australia
Margaret Maria Jane Murphy
1874 - 1950
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Annie Synon Murphy
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Techner Edward Carl Lyon
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