Margaret (Broadfoot) Cruickshank

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Margaret Margaret (Broadfoot) Cruickshank
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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank was born into the Broadfoot family and married into the Cruickshank family. She married Gardner William Cruickshank, and they gave birth to Marie Cruickshank. We know that Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank had been residing in W Coburg, Australia.

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Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank

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W Coburg, Australia

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Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank & Gardner William Cruickshank

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Gardner William Cruickshank
W Coburg, Australia

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Marie Cruickshank
1876 - 1952
W Coburg, Australia

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Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank married Gardner William Cruickshank, and they gave birth to Marie Cruickshank. We know that Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank had been residing in W Coburg, Australia.
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1889 - 1952
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Alan Neil Cruickshank
1925 - 1952
Cdown, Australia
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Cdown, Australia
George Cruickshank
1869 - 1952
Wbee, Australia
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Wbee, Australia
Rosina Mary Cruickshank
1886 - 1953
Seddon, Australia
Lee Charles Cruickshank
Seddon, Australia
Leslie Keeble Cruickshank
1895 - 1953
W Fcray, Australia
Henry Cruickshank
W Fcray, Australia
Minnie Richard Cruickshank
W Fcray, Australia
Alan Leith Cruickshank
1905 - 1953
Parkville, Australia
Leslie Cruickshank
Parkville, Australia

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1879 - 1952
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Sara Jessie Mary Broadfoot
1886 - 1953
Warbton, Australia
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1881 - 1953
Maldon, Australia
John Francis Broadfoot
1884 - 1954
Newp, Australia
George Broadfoot
Newp, Australia
Annie Ita Broadfoot
1889 - 1955
Will, Australia
Malone Michael Broadfoot
Will, Australia
Mary Odowd Broadfoot
Will, Australia
Alexander Barr Broadfoot
1881 - 1960
Caulfield, Australia
Alexander Broadfoot
Caulfield, Australia
Grace Broadfoot
1887 - 1962
Glen, Australia
Ritchie John Broadfoot
Glen, Australia
John Grierson Broadfoot
1874 - 1962
Heidelberg, Australia
John Grierso Broadfoot
Heidelberg, Australia
Christina May Broadfoot
1884 - 1966
Kew, Australia

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