Malcolm Macfarlane

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updated February 06, 2019
Malcolm Macfarlane married Flora Mcintosh, and they gave birth to Flora Marjorie Macfarlane. We know that Malcolm Macfarlane had been residing in Blackburn, Australia.

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Malcolm Macfarlane

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Malcolm

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Blackburn, Australia

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Malcolm Macfarlane & Flora Mcintosh Macfarlane

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Flora Mcintosh Macfarlane
Blackburn, Australia

Children:

Flora Marjorie Macfarlane
1871 - 1950
Blackburn, Australia

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Malcolm Macfarlane married Flora Mcintosh, and they gave birth to Flora Marjorie Macfarlane. We know that Malcolm Macfarlane had been residing in Blackburn, Australia.
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Other Macfarlanes

Flora Mcintosh Macfarlane
Blackburn, Australia
Elizabeth Macfarlane
1869 - 1950
Mnong, Australia
Elizabeth Davis Macfarlane
Mnong, Australia
Dory Anne Macfarlane
1890 - 1950
Newport, Australia
Maklevene Macfarlane
Newport, Australia
Florence Leila Macfarlane
1872 - 1950
Wsor, Australia
Thomas Norman Macfarlane
1890 - 1950
M Bton, Australia
Walter Macfarlane
M Bton, Australia
Annie Macfarlane
M Bton, Australia
Everal Dixon Macfarlane
1894 - 1950
Ballarat, Australia
Kent Henry Macfarlane
Ballarat, Australia
Ellen Macfarlane
Ballarat, Australia
Roderick Macfarlane
1894 - 1950
Casterton, Australia
Malcolm Macfarlane
Casterton, Australia
Christina Fraser Macfarlane
Casterton, Australia
Mary Jane Macfarlane
1863 - 1950
Morwell, Australia
Hayhoe William Macfarlane
Morwell, Australia
Agnes Lee Macfarlane
Morwell, Australia

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Flora Mcintosh Macfarlane
Blackburn, Australia
Margaret Anderson
1905 - 1950
Hawthorn, Australia
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Hawthorn, Australia
William Henry Mclaughlin
1875 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
Henry Mclaughlin
Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Fahey Mclaughlin
Melbourne, Australia
George Hamilton Philpott
1895 - 1950
G Iris, Australia
Humphrey Philpott
G Iris, Australia
Kath Manning Philpott
G Iris, Australia
June Elizabeth Zampatti
1949 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
Joseph Patrick Zampatti
Melbourne, Australia
Betty Joyce Wise Zampatti
Melbourne, Australia
Catherine Conway
1884 - 1950
M Ponds, Australia
Maher Matthew Conway
M Ponds, Australia
Mary Mahoeny Conway
M Ponds, Australia
Simon Peter Darcy
1864 - 1950
St Kilda, Australia
James Darcy
St Kilda, Australia
Alicia Butler Darcy
St Kilda, Australia
Anne Frances Darcy
1864 - 1950
Camberwell, Australia
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