Mamie Lucius (Raftery) Daniel

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updated February 06, 2019
Mamie Lucius Raftery Daniel was born into the Raftery family and married into the Daniel family. She married George Remin Daniel, and they gave birth to Brian Malachi Daniel. We know that Mamie Lucius Raftery Daniel had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.

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George Remin Daniel
Fitzroy, Australia

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Brian Malachi Daniel
1928 - 1973
Fitzroy, Australia

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Mamie Lucius Raftery Daniel married George Remin Daniel, and they gave birth to Brian Malachi Daniel. We know that Mamie Lucius Raftery Daniel had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.
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Charles Henry Daniel
1907 - 1973
Bair, Australia
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Margaret Daniel
1894 - 1974
Leo, Australia
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Leo, Australia
Mary Anne Kelly Daniel
Leo, Australia
Henry Howarth Daniel
1900 - 1974
Gre, Australia
Henry Howart Daniel
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Agnes Adelaide Daniel
1896 - 1974
Car, Australia
Holliday Willi Daniel
Car, Australia
Agnes Picard Daniel
Car, Australia
Thomas Francis Daniel
1898 - 1974
Fit, Australia
Joseph Daniel
Fit, Australia
Ellen Oconnor Daniel
Fit, Australia
Joyce Marguerita Daniel
1919 - 1974
Fra, Australia
Cullen William Daniel
Fra, Australia
Yvonne Marie Daniel
1916 - 1974
Abbo, Australia
Cyprian Daniel
Abbo, Australia

Other Rafteries

Bridget Evelyn Raftery
1891 - 1974
Mont, Australia
Colman Daniel Raftery
Mont, Australia
Bridget Fahey Raftery
Mont, Australia
Bernard John Raftery
1919 - 1975
Richmond, Australia
Thomas Raftery
Richmond, Australia
Margaret Ja Balcombe Raftery
Richmond, Australia
Thomas Balcombe Raftery
1916 - 1978
Ardale, Australia
Thomas Joseph Raftery
Ardale, Australia
Malachi Charles Raftery
1916 - 1981
Prahran, Australia
Malachi Lawr Raftery
Prahran, Australia
Eliza Margaret Raftery
Prahran, Australia
Andrew Patrick Raftery
1956 - 1983
Belg, Australia
Patrick Albert Raftery
Belg, Australia
Elizabeth Nancy Raftery
Belg, Australia

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1926 - 1973
Fern, Australia
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Eric Wayne Peck
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Carlton, Australia
Dulcie Peck Peck
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Elsie Donaldson Ellis
1895 - 1973
Blac, Australia
Robert Ellis
Blac, Australia
Arthur James Fenn
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John Fenn
Park, Australia
Thomas John Fennelly
1927 - 1973
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Timothy Jose Fennelly
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Andrew Todd Ferguson
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Chad, Australia
Robert Ferguson
Chad, Australia
Ellen Todd Ferguson
Chad, Australia
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