Louisa Barbara (Dorshy) Mills

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updated February 06, 2019
Louisa Barbara Dorshy Mills was born into the Dorshy family and married into the Mills family. She married Mills John Mills, and they gave birth to John Mills. We know that Louisa Barbara Dorshy Mills had been residing in Sale, Australia.

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Mills John Mills
Sale, Australia

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John Mills
1865 - 1949
Sale, Australia

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Louisa Barbara Dorshy Mills married Mills John Mills, and they gave birth to John Mills. We know that Louisa Barbara Dorshy Mills had been residing in Sale, Australia.
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1903 - 1950
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Jane Melrose Mills
Edon, Australia
William George Mills
1899 - 1950
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Kate Ford Mills
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Leonard Lister Mills
1865 - 1950
St Kilda, Australia
James Mills
St Kilda, Australia
Agnes Lister Mills
St Kilda, Australia
Isobel Veronica Mills
1875 - 1950
Burnley, Australia
Hogan Matthew Mills
Burnley, Australia
Ellen Lynch Mills
Burnley, Australia
Margaret Agnes Mills
1862 - 1950
Heidelberg, Australia
Duff Walter Mills
Heidelberg, Australia
Margaret Johnstone Mills
Heidelberg, Australia
Myrtle Celestine Mills
1892 - 1950
Fitzroy North, Australia
Edward Pinders Mills
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1909 - 1949
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1906 - 1949
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Sale, Australia
Muriel Lucy Weir
1917 - 1949
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Sale, Australia
Richard Nelson Barrett
1893 - 1949
No Rt, Australia
Barrett William Barrett
Sale, Australia
Maria Barrett
Sale, Australia
John William Odonnell
1897 - 1949
Melbourne, Australia
Angelina Carter Odonnell
Sale, Australia
Alan Lock
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Sale, Australia
Bert George Victor Lock
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