John William Shalders

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updated February 06, 2019
John William Shalders married Bessie Crawford, and they gave birth to Frank William Shalders. We know that John William Shalders had been residing in Willaura, Australia.

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John William Shalders

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William

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Willaura, Australia

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John William Shalders & Bessie Crawford Shalders

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Bessie Crawford Shalders
Willaura, Australia

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Frank William Shalders
1912 - 1950
Willaura, Australia

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John William Shalders married Bessie Crawford, and they gave birth to Frank William Shalders. We know that John William Shalders had been residing in Willaura, Australia.
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William Henry Horace Shalders
1883 - 1950
Ararat, Australia
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Ararat, Australia
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Ararat, Australia
Henry Richard Shalders
1884 - 1953
Fitzroy, Australia
Henry Richard Shalders
Fitzroy, Australia
Elizabeth Sarah King Shalders
Fitzroy, Australia
John Walter Shalders
1881 - 1955
Arar, Australia
Henry Horace Shalders
Arar, Australia
Louisa Miller Shalders
Arar, Australia
George Edward Shalders
1876 - 1956
Bendigo, Australia
William Shalders
Bendigo, Australia
Susan Tomlins Shalders
Bendigo, Australia
Annie Shalders
1877 - 1957
Arar, Australia
Tait John Shalders
Arar, Australia
Martha Sceney Shalders
Arar, Australia
Clarice Mabel Shalders
1910 - 1958
Arar, Australia
Stuchbery Robe Shalders
Arar, Australia
Alice Shalders
1871 - 1958
Bayi, Australia

Other Bios

Bessie Crawford Shalders
Willaura, Australia
Neil Mcdonald
1888 - 1950
Willaura, Australia
Samuel Mcdonald
Willaura, Australia
Margaret Munro Mcdonald
Willaura, Australia
James Maher
1875 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Franciszek Popiel
1913 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Petro Zarubajko
1920 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Emilian Zarubajko
Wodonga, Australia
Palachna Zarubajko
Wodonga, Australia
Lillian Mabel Mccullough
1885 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
John Mccullough
Wodonga, Australia
Eliza Ann Johnson Mccullough
Wodonga, Australia
George Miller
1863 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Ibolka Kasser
1949 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Albert Kasser
Wodonga, Australia
Anna Kasser Kasser
Wodonga, Australia
Donef Sanborfaly
1949 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Roman Kawalko
1949 - 1950
Wodonga, Australia
Not Known Kawalko
Wodonga, Australia
Known Not Kawalko
Wodonga, Australia
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