Longmeade Lavington

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updated February 06, 2019
Longmeade Lavington married Henry Stuart Lavington, and they gave birth to Alfred Thomas Lavington. We know that Longmeade Lavington had been residing in Glen, Australia.

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Longmeade Lavington

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Glen, Australia

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Henry Stuart Lavington
Glen, Australia

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Alfred Thomas Lavington
1884 - 1960
Glen, Australia

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Longmeade Lavington married Henry Stuart Lavington, and they gave birth to Alfred Thomas Lavington. We know that Longmeade Lavington had been residing in Glen, Australia.
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Arthur Harold Lavington
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Arthur John Lavington
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Charles Malcolm Lavington
Died: Oct 5, 1940
Eric Walters Lavington
around 1916 - Aug 6, 1944
John Lavington
around 1888 - Jul 23, 1916
L J Lavington
Died: Aug 22, 1918
Robert Lavington
around 1886 - Mar 11, 1941
Robert Frederick Lavington
around 1923 - Jan 22, 1945
Samuel Lavington
Died: Jun 6, 1920

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