Louisa (Pocoka) Smith

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Louisa Louisa (Pocoka) Smith
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updated February 06, 2019
Louisa Pocoka Smith was born into the Pocoka family and married into the Smith family. She married Smith Thomas Powell Smith, and they gave birth to William Thomas Smith. We know that Louisa Pocoka Smith had been residing in Horsham, Australia.

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Louisa Louisa (Pocoka) Smith Biography

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Louisa Pocoka Smith

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Horsham, Australia

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Louisa Pocoka Smith & Smith Thomas Powell Smith

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Smith Thomas Powell Smith
Horsham, Australia

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William Thomas Smith
1886 - 1949
Horsham, Australia

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Louisa Pocoka Smith married Smith Thomas Powell Smith, and they gave birth to William Thomas Smith. We know that Louisa Pocoka Smith had been residing in Horsham, Australia.
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