Lavina Lydia Rebecca (Lewis) Dunstone

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Lavina Lydia Rebecca Lewis Dunstone was born into the Lewis family and married into the Dunstone family. She married Dunstone Robert Charles Dunstone, and they gave birth to Albert Dunstone. We know that Lavina Lydia Rebecca Lewis Dunstone had been residing in Swan H, Australia.

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Died: 1922
Swan H, Australia

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Lavina Lydia Rebecca Lewis Dunstone married Dunstone Robert Charles Dunstone, and they gave birth to Albert Dunstone. We know that Lavina Lydia Rebecca Lewis Dunstone had been residing in Swan H, Australia.
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Hugh Henry Dunstone
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Geelong, Australia
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1922 - 1923
Beulah, Australia
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Isabella Lewis
1844 - 1923
Malloc, Australia
Mcintyre David Lewis
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Margaret Hopkins Lewis
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Thomas Henry Lewis
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Prahran, Australia
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Ellen Moloney Lewis
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Florence Caroline Lewis
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S Arnaud, Australia
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S Arnaud, Australia
Elizabeth Aden Lewis
S Arnaud, Australia
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1841 - 1923
Warragul, Australia
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Swan H, Australia
Joanna Fitzgerald
Swan H, Australia
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Swan H, Australia
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Swan H, Australia
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