Lillian Kirkland (Treyvaud) Cole

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updated March 12, 2019
Lillian Kirkland (Treyvaud) Cole was born into the Treyvaud family and married into the Cole family. She married George Edward Cole, and they gave birth to Enid Ruth Cole. We know that Lillian Kirkland (Treyvaud) Cole had been residing in Camberwell, Australia.

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Lillian Kirkland (Treyvaud) Cole

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Treyvaud

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Camberwell, Australia

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George Edward Cole
Camberwell, Australia

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Enid Ruth Cole
Born: 1920
Camberwell, Australia

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Lillian Kirkland (Treyvaud) Cole married George Edward Cole, and they gave birth to Enid Ruth Cole. We know that Lillian Kirkland (Treyvaud) Cole had been residing in Camberwell, Australia.
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Other Treyvauds

Florence Emily Treyvaud
Died: 1879
Australia
Henry Treyvaud
Australia
Mary Ann Treyvaud
1839 - 1903
Hawthorn, Australia
Henderson Hector Treyvaud
Hawthorn, Australia
Mary Ann Norris Treyvaud
Hawthorn, Australia
Daniel Henry Treyvaud
1832 - 1910
Hawthorn, Australia
Treyvaud Louis Samuel Treyvaud
Hawthorn, Australia
Sophie Schmidt Treyvaud
Hawthorn, Australia
Hector Henderson Treyvaud
1867 - 1920
Sebastopol, Australia
Treyvaud Henri Treyvaud
Hawthorn, Australia
Mary Ann Henderson Treyvaud
Hawthorn, Australia
Henry Charles Hector Treyvaud
1859 - 1925
Geelong W, Australia
Treyvaud Daniel Henri Treyvaud
Geelong W, Australia
Mary Ann Henderson Treyvaud
Geelong W, Australia
Matilda Treyvaud
1866 - 1928
Malv E, Australia
Rollins George Treyvaud
Malv E, Australia
Jane Robinson Treyvaud
Malv E, Australia
Clive Henry Treyvaud
Died: 1929
Newtown, Australia
Percival Henderson Treyvaud
Newtown, Australia

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Carlton, Australia
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Born: 1920
Carlton, Australia
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Born: 1920
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