K (N) Gallagher

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updated February 06, 2019
K N Gallagher was born into the N family and married into the Gallagher family. She married N K Gallagher, and they gave birth to Charles Hedley Gallagher. We know that K N Gallagher had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.

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K N Gallagher

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South Melbourne, Australia

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N K Gallagher
South Melbourne, Australia

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Charles Hedley Gallagher
1870 - 1951
South Melbourne, Australia

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K N Gallagher married N K Gallagher, and they gave birth to Charles Hedley Gallagher. We know that K N Gallagher had been residing in South Melbourne, Australia.
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1875 - 1951
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Bendigo, Australia
Mary Ann Gallagher
1874 - 1951
Springv, Australia
Blood George Gallagher
Springv, Australia
Margaret Horn Gallagher
Springv, Australia
John Gallagher
1872 - 1952
Cbury, Australia
John Gallagher
Cbury, Australia
Bet Fennesy Gallagher
Cbury, Australia
Elizabeth Gallagher
1885 - 1952
Froy N, Australia
Hogan John Gallagher
Froy N, Australia
Fran Edward Gallagher
1893 - 1952
Fitzroy, Australia
Fran Edward Gallagher
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Jane Taylor Gallagher
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Josine Gallagher
1876 - 1952
Hawth E, Australia
Crowe James Gallagher
Hawth E, Australia

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Andrew Murdoch
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