Mannix Patrick Hanley

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updated February 06, 2019
Mannix Patrick Hanley married Margaret Walsh, and they gave birth to Margaret Anastas Hanley. We know that Mannix Patrick Hanley had been residing in Warr, Australia.

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Mannix Patrick Hanley

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Warr, Australia

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Mannix Patrick Hanley & Margaret Walsh Hanley

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Margaret Walsh Hanley
Warr, Australia

Children:

Margaret Anastas Hanley
1902 - 1957
Warr, Australia

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Mannix Patrick Hanley married Margaret Walsh, and they gave birth to Margaret Anastas Hanley. We know that Mannix Patrick Hanley had been residing in Warr, Australia.
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Thomas Bridges
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Forster John Mcdonald
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Isabella Stuart Mcdonald
Warr, Australia
James Robert Mann
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Warr, Australia
Robert Tweed Mann
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Hills Mann
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1884 - 1957
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