Margaret Eli (Proctor) Cookson

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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Eli Proctor Cookson was born into the Proctor family and married into the Cookson family. She married Colin Jack C Cookson, and they gave birth to Christopher Robe Cookson. We know that Margaret Eli Proctor Cookson had been residing in Maff, Australia.

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Margaret Eli Proctor Cookson

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Maff, Australia

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Colin Jack C Cookson
Maff, Australia

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Christopher Robe Cookson
Died: 1959
Maff, Australia

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Margaret Eli Proctor Cookson married Colin Jack C Cookson, and they gave birth to Christopher Robe Cookson. We know that Margaret Eli Proctor Cookson had been residing in Maff, Australia.
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Mary Ann Griffin Cookson
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Nobl, Australia
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Cori, Australia
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Cori, Australia
Mary Hall Cookson
Cori, Australia
Olive Theresa Cookson
1915 - 1962
Fitzroy, Australia
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Ellen Theresa Condon Cookson
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Bernice Dunlap Cookson
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1883 - 1959
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Ring, Australia
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Ring, Australia
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1901 - 1960
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Henrietta Williamson Proctor
Melbourne, Australia
William Patrick Proctor
1874 - 1960
Melbourne, Australia
Cornelius Ru Proctor
Melbourne, Australia
Johanna Hayes Proctor
Melbourne, Australia
Albert Proctor
1882 - 1960
Star, Australia
Thomas Proctor
Star, Australia
Florence May Proctor
1877 - 1961
Heidelberg, Australia
Freeman Willia Proctor
Heidelberg, Australia
Annie Mcintyre Proctor
Heidelberg, Australia
Douglas Robert Proctor
1943 - 1961
Mace, Australia
Alexander Proctor
Mace, Australia
Helen Muriel Proctor
1888 - 1961
Wood, Australia
Esler Hugh Proctor
Wood, Australia

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1911 - 1959
Maff, Australia
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Maff, Australia
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1875 - 1959
Maff, Australia
James Still
Maff, Australia
Annie Miria Lamb Still
Maff, Australia
Peter Gannon
1880 - 1959
Maff, Australia
John Gannon
Maff, Australia
Maria Fergus Gannon
Maff, Australia
Margaret Teresa King
1882 - 1959
Maff, Australia
Mcgrath Patric King
Maff, Australia
Margaret Ryan King
Maff, Australia
William Henry Sunderland
1903 - 1959
Maff, Australia
Richard Brou Sunderland
Maff, Australia
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1911 - 1959
Maff, Australia
Edward Ernes Hawkins
Maff, Australia
William Hawkins
1885 - 1959
Maff, Australia
Hannah Hawkins
Maff, Australia
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