Louisa (Johns) Jackel

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Louisa Louisa (Johns) Jackel
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updated February 06, 2019
Louisa Johns Jackel was born into the Johns family and married into the Jackel family. She married James Herman Jackel, and they gave birth to George Oliver Jackel. We know that Louisa Johns Jackel had been residing in Fscray, Australia.

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Louisa Louisa (Johns) Jackel Biography

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Louisa Johns Jackel

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Louisa

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Louisa

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Johns

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Fscray, Australia

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Louisa Johns Jackel & James Herman Jackel

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James Herman Jackel
Fscray, Australia

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George Oliver Jackel
1893 - 1950
Fscray, Australia

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Louisa Johns Jackel married James Herman Jackel, and they gave birth to George Oliver Jackel. We know that Louisa Johns Jackel had been residing in Fscray, Australia.
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