Lindell Raymond Hercus

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updated February 14, 2020
Lindell Raymond Hercus married Alma Sarah Thompson, and they gave birth to Beryl Frances Hercus. He, father to 1 child, died in Ararat, Victoria Australia. We know that Lindell Raymond Hercus had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

His name was Raymond Charles Lindell. He was never a Hercus family member. His daughter, Beryl Frances LINDELL, married Walter Francis HERCUS
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Lindell Raymond Hercus

First name

Lindell

Middle name

Raymond

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Raymond Charles Lindell mr

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Male

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Death

Lindell Hercus died inArarat, Ararat Rural City County, Victoria Australia 3377

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Bendigo, Australia

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Lindell Raymond Hercus & Alma Sarah Thompson Hercus

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Alma Sarah Thompson Hercus
Bendigo, Australia

Children:

Beryl Frances Hercus
1931 - 1966
Bendigo, Australia

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Lindell Raymond Hercus, father to 1 child, passed away in Ararat, Victoria Australia. He married Alma Sarah Thompson, and they gave birth to Beryl Frances Hercus. We know that Lindell Raymond Hercus had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.
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Alma Sarah Thompson Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Bruce William Hercus
1875 - 1966
Bendigo, Australia
William Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Jane Frazer Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Margaret Hercus
1894 - 1968
Bendigo, Australia
Pickles Willia Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Margaret Ritchie Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Vernon William J Hercus
1907 - 1971
Castlemaine, Australia
William Hercus
Castlemaine, Australia
Jane Moyle Hercus
Castlemaine, Australia
Graham Robertson Hercus
1925 - 1974
Moor, Australia
Eric Oswald Hercus
Moor, Australia
Florence Hercus Hercus
Moor, Australia
Elizabeth Johnso Hercus
1893 - 1976
Bendigo, Australia
Cheyne John Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Janet Smith Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Alice Anne Hercus
1902 - 1981
Bendigo, Australia
William Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Jane Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
Elizabeth Maud Hercus
1887 - 1982
Bendigo, Australia

Other Bios

Alma Sarah Thompson Hercus
Bendigo, Australia
James Philip Hackworth
1924 - 1966
Park, Australia
Cedric James Hackworth
Park, Australia
Thomas Jones
1907 - 1966
Merb, Australia
Archibald Th Jones
Merb, Australia
Emily Anne Titt Jones
Merb, Australia
William Ernest Lea
1908 - 1966
Cohu, Australia
Wilkie Ernes Lea
Cohu, Australia
Mary Jane Jones Lea
Cohu, Australia
Edmund Aloysius Noone
1896 - 1966
Fitzroy, Australia
George Edwar Noone
Fitzroy, Australia
Margaret Esthe Jones Noone
Fitzroy, Australia
William Roy Pevitt
1911 - 1966
Heyw, Australia
Walter Pevitt
Heyw, Australia
Mary Jane Wray Pevitt
Heyw, Australia
Ronald Robinson
1907 - 1966
Heidelberg, Australia
John Robinson
Heidelberg, Australia
Amy Chatteris Robinson
Heidelberg, Australia
Anne Elizabeth Sporle
1885 - 1966
Castlemaine, Australia
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