Margaret Hilda (Napper) Jewell

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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Hilda Napper Jewell was born into the Napper family and married into the Jewell family. She married Oswald George Jewell, and they gave birth to Susan Margaret Jewell. We know that Margaret Hilda Napper Jewell had been residing in Chelsea, Australia.

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Margaret Hilda Napper Jewell

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Margaret Hilda

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Napper

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Chelsea, Australia

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Margaret Hilda Napper Jewell & Oswald George Jewell

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Oswald George Jewell
Chelsea, Australia

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Susan Margaret Jewell
Died: 1951
Chelsea, Australia

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Margaret Hilda Napper Jewell married Oswald George Jewell, and they gave birth to Susan Margaret Jewell. We know that Margaret Hilda Napper Jewell had been residing in Chelsea, Australia.
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Richmond, Australia
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Ballarat, Australia
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1885 - 1952
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Other Jewells

Grace Jewell
1909 - 1951
Corryong, Australia
Perry John Jewell
Corryong, Australia
Mary Ellen Wilson Jewell
Corryong, Australia
Stephen Charles Jewell
Died: 1951
Rvale, Australia
Fran Charles Jewell
Rvale, Australia
Ggina Cramp Jewell
Rvale, Australia
Arthur Gordon Jewell
1893 - 1952
Heidelberg, Australia
George Ernest Jewell
Heidelberg, Australia
Elizabeth Ann Hocking Jewell
Heidelberg, Australia
Margaret Ann Jewell
1885 - 1952
South Melbourne, Australia
Horsburgh Robert Jewell
South Melbourne, Australia
Emma Henderson Jewell
South Melbourne, Australia
Charles Anth Jewell
1907 - 1952
Kenton, Australia
Charles Edwin Jewell
Kenton, Australia
Anita Florence Jewell
1939 - 1952
East Melbourne, Australia
Frederick William Jewell
East Melbourne, Australia
Florence Sturgess Jewell
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Robert Ronald Jewell
1890 - 1952
E Kew, Australia
Charles Alf Jewell
E Kew, Australia

Other Nappers

Uk Male Napper
Died: 1952
Sale, Australia
John Calvert Napper
Sale, Australia
Napper
Died: 1952
Sale, Australia
John Calvert Napper
Sale, Australia
Fran Alaide Grant Napper
Sale, Australia
Ethel Elizabeth Napper
1881 - 1957
Balw, Australia
Dale William H Napper
Balw, Australia
An Elizabeth Napper
Balw, Australia
William Walter Napper
1879 - 1958
Glen, Australia
Simeon Napper
Glen, Australia
Effia Williamson Napper
Glen, Australia
Simeon Napper
1875 - 1958
Cheltenham, Australia
Simeon Napper
Cheltenham, Australia
Hannah Williamson Napper
Cheltenham, Australia
Ernest Napper
1872 - 1958
Brighton, Australia
James Napper
Brighton, Australia
Fanny Napper
Brighton, Australia
Louisa Mary Napper
1886 - 1959
St Kilda, Australia
Clyne Henry Napper
St Kilda, Australia

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Samuel Attwell
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Alice Middleton
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Sarah Jane Armstead Middleton
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Hannah Jones
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Chatto Thomas James Jones
Chelsea, Australia
Emily Lynch Jones
Chelsea, Australia
Alfred Fisher
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Chelsea, Australia
John Fisher
Chelsea, Australia
Frances Bull Fisher
Chelsea, Australia
Samuel Trim King
1861 - 1951
Ballarat, Australia
John Trim King
Chelsea, Australia
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