Margaret (Grubb) Hunter

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Margaret Margaret (Grubb) Hunter
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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Grubb Hunter was born into the Grubb family and married into the Hunter family. She married Morton John Hunter, and they gave birth to Agnes Hunter. We know that Margaret Grubb Hunter had been residing in Geelong, Australia.

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Margaret Margaret (Grubb) Hunter Biography

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Margaret Grubb Hunter

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Grubb

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Geelong, Australia

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Morton John Hunter
Geelong, Australia

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Agnes Hunter
1897 - 1949
Geelong, Australia

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Margaret Grubb Hunter married Morton John Hunter, and they gave birth to Agnes Hunter. We know that Margaret Grubb Hunter had been residing in Geelong, Australia.
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Jan 20, 1870 - Sep 9, 1928
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around 1889 - Apr 16, 1941
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Margaret L Hunter
Born: around 1921
Ohio, United States
Margaret Grace Innes Hunter
Died: 1930
Australia
Margaret Taylor Hunter
Died: 1926
Australia
Margaret (White) Hunter
Died: 1884
Monaghan, Australia
Margaret Elizabeth Hunter
1914 - 1985
Castlemaine, Australia
Margaret Hunter
Brighton, Australia
Margaret Winnie Hunter
Arar, Australia
Margaret Annie Hunter
Oct 2, 1911 - December 1984
Saint Petersburg, Florida
Margaret Hunter
Cheltenham, Australia
Margaret Hunter
Sandhurst, Australia
Margaret Galloway Hunter
Collingwood, Australia
Margaret Stewart Hunter
1903 - 1982
Murr, Australia

Other Hunters

James Hunter
1877 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Hunter George Hunter
Geelong, Australia
Susanna Matthews Hunter
Geelong, Australia
Moses Hunter
1879 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Hunter George Hunter
Geelong, Australia
Margaret Mathews Hunter
Geelong, Australia
Elizabeth Hunter
1877 - 1950
Wtown, Australia
Alex Hunter
Wtown, Australia
Mary Blackwood Hunter
Wtown, Australia
Annie Hunter
1867 - 1950
Malvern, Australia
Burton Uk Hunter
Malvern, Australia
Uk Hunter
Malvern, Australia
Hannah Hunter
1867 - 1950
Malvern, Australia
Burton Uk Hunter
Malvern, Australia
Uk Hunter
Malvern, Australia
Sarah Hunter
1873 - 1950
W Melb, Australia
Uk Hunter
W Melb, Australia
Uk Hunter
W Melb, Australia
Alice Hunter
1875 - 1950
E Kew, Australia

Other Grubbs

Charlotte Armina Grubb
1882 - 1950
Chelth, Australia
James Grubb
Chelth, Australia
Charlotte Ann Rodgers Grubb
Chelth, Australia
Ian Robert Grubb
1936 - 1950
Kew, Australia
Alex David Grubb
Kew, Australia
Ann Jane Grubb
1868 - 1951
Cgie, Australia
Budd Walter Grubb
Cgie, Australia
N K Brown Grubb
Cgie, Australia
William Grubb
1896 - 1952
South Yarra, Australia
William Cook Grubb
South Yarra, Australia
Catherine Green Grubb
South Yarra, Australia
David James Grubb
1868 - 1953
Footscray, Australia
James Grubb
Footscray, Australia
Susan Healey Grubb
Footscray, Australia
Harriet Alice Grubb
1871 - 1953
Armadale, Australia
William Grubb
Armadale, Australia
Mary Elizabeth (Ruffle) Grubb
Armadale, Australia
Frederick Liding Grubb
1861 - 1954
Blac, Australia
Richard Grubb
Blac, Australia

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William Jewell Chamberlain
1877 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Mary Ann Jewell Chamberlain
Geelong, Australia
Peter Thomas Miner
1894 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Miner Gaapari Miner
Geelong, Australia
Elizabeth Miner
Geelong, Australia
Ann Mcdonald
1868 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Mcdonald Donald Mcdonald
Geelong, Australia
Catherine Cameron Mcdonald
Geelong, Australia
Hannah Amelia Fraser
1862 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Dewar Andrew Kinnis Fraser
Geelong, Australia
Hannah Floate Fraser
Geelong, Australia
Thomas William Ryan
1870 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Ryan Thomas Ryan
Geelong, Australia
Mary Ryan Ryan
Geelong, Australia
William Thomas Bedford
1861 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Bedford William Bedford
Geelong, Australia
Catherine Thomas Bedford
Geelong, Australia
William Brown
1880 - 1949
Geelong, Australia
Brown William Brown
Geelong, Australia
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