John Matthew Stringer

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updated February 06, 2019
John Matthew Stringer married Clarissa Fordham, and they gave birth to William Henry Arthur Stringer. We know that John Matthew Stringer had been residing in R Park, Australia.

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John Matthew Stringer Biography

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John Matthew Stringer

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Matthew

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R Park, Australia

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John Matthew Stringer & Clarissa Fordham Stringer

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Clarissa Fordham Stringer
R Park, Australia

Children:

William Henry Arthur Stringer
1882 - 1952
R Park, Australia

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John Matthew Stringer married Clarissa Fordham, and they gave birth to William Henry Arthur Stringer. We know that John Matthew Stringer had been residing in R Park, Australia.
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1896 - 1953
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1870 - 1953
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Auburn, Australia
Elizabeth Stringer
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Margaret Bell Stringer
Preston, Australia
Ronald William Stringer
Died: 1953
F T Gully, Australia
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F T Gully, Australia
Nancy Muriel Otway Stringer
F T Gully, Australia
Mary Jane Stringer
1902 - 1953
Bendigo, Australia
Dunstan Philip Stringer
Bendigo, Australia
Sarah Ann Smith Stringer
Bendigo, Australia
Emelie Stringer
1873 - 1954
Fair, Australia
Davies Stringer
Fair, Australia
Malcolm John Stringer
Died: 1954
Melbourne, Australia
John Barrett Stringer
Melbourne, Australia

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R Park, Australia
Charles Taylor
1861 - 1952
R Park, Australia
Uk Taylor
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Uk Taylor
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1888 - 1952
R Park, Australia
Uk Thomas
R Park, Australia
Uk Thomas
R Park, Australia
Michael Thomas
1888 - 1952
R Park, Australia
Uk Thomas
R Park, Australia
Uk Thomas
R Park, Australia
Gilio Veronese
1923 - 1952
Parkville, Australia
Veronses Giovanni Veronese
Parkville, Australia
Reghallen Felicissima Veronese
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Catherine Lucy Walsh
1906 - 1952
R Park, Australia
Fisher Marmaduke Walsh
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Margaret Connelly Walsh
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Cfield, Australia
Uk Piercey
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