Margaret (Miller) Barber

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Margaret Margaret (Miller) Barber
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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Miller Barber was born into the Miller family and married into the Barber family. She married William Barber, and they gave birth to George Edwin Barber. We know that Margaret Miller Barber had been residing in Ingl, Australia.

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Margaret Margaret (Miller) Barber Biography

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Margaret Miller Barber

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Miller

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Ingl, Australia

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William Barber
Ingl, Australia

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George Edwin Barber
1874 - 1957
Ingl, Australia

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Margaret Miller Barber married William Barber, and they gave birth to George Edwin Barber. We know that Margaret Miller Barber had been residing in Ingl, Australia.
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Margaret Hilda Barber
Died: 1922
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Margaret Ellen Barber
1899 - 1985
Wind, Australia
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1886 - 1981
Carr, Australia
Margaret Barber
1904 - 1980
Heidelberg, Australia
Margaret Eli Clinton Barber
Coburg, Australia
Margaret Barber
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Dandenong, Australia
Margaret Mcduff Barber
Kew, Australia
Margaret Ann Bayliss Barber
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Loui Arkell Barber
Brighton, Australia
Margaret Mcgregor Barber
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Alice Barber
1880 - 1967
Arar, Australia
Margaret Barber
1914 - 1966
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Jane Carr Barber
Heidelberg, Australia
Margaret Ann Mclean Barber
Richmond, Australia
Margaret Elizabe Barber
1881 - 1965
Coburg, Australia
Margaret Hansen Barber
Heal, Australia
Margaret Brown Barber
Footscray, Australia

Other Barbers

John Andrew Barber
1874 - 1958
Melbourne, Australia
Alexander Barber
Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Esler Barber
Melbourne, Australia
William John Barber
1874 - 1958
Brunswick, Australia
John Barber
Brunswick, Australia
Elizabeth Moult Barber
Brunswick, Australia
Harry Silburn Barber
1878 - 1958
Aubu, Australia
John Henry Barber
Aubu, Australia
Janet Liddle Barber
Aubu, Australia
John William Barber
1897 - 1958
Carlton North, Australia
Alexander Barber
Melbourne, Australia
Jean Mitchell Barber
Melbourne, Australia
Emily Bertha Barber
1870 - 1958
Hawthorn, Australia
Lloyd George Barber
Hawthorn, Australia
Jane Clancy Barber
Hawthorn, Australia
Maggie Barber
1879 - 1958
Cant, Australia
Rorke Edward Barber
Cant, Australia
Prescilla Smith Barber
Cant, Australia
Ernest Watson Barber
1899 - 1958
Melbourne, Australia
Ernest Henry Barber
Melbourne, Australia

Other Millers

Thomas Miller
1896 - 1957
Moor, Australia
William Thom Miller
Moor, Australia
Mary Rooke Miller
Moor, Australia
Elizabeth Keith Miller
1898 - 1957
Warb, Australia
Henderson Davi Miller
Warb, Australia
Isabella Smith Miller
Warb, Australia
Albert John Miller
1882 - 1957
Werr, Australia
Samuel Thort Miller
Werr, Australia
Martha Rodgers Miller
Werr, Australia
James Stoddart Miller
1899 - 1958
Heidelberg, Australia
Samuel Hende Miller
Heidelberg, Australia
Margaret an Stoddart Miller
Heidelberg, Australia
Henry Charles Le Miller
1898 - 1958
Camberwell, Australia
Henry Miller
Camberwell, Australia
Christina Cameron Miller
Camberwell, Australia
Violet May Miller
1887 - 1958
Park, Australia
Skewes Richard Miller
Park, Australia
Robert Reid Miller
1938 - 1958
Yarr, Australia
Robert Reid Miller
Yarr, Australia

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1888 - 1957
Ingl, Australia
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Ingl, Australia
Martha Allen Brownbill
Ingl, Australia
Hannah Sarah Flo Cotton
1876 - 1957
Ingl, Australia
Dawson Philip Cotton
Ingl, Australia
Marianne Foster Cotton
Ingl, Australia
Clara Olga Nuske
1894 - 1957
Jepa, Australia
Schorbach Joha Nuske
Jepa, Australia
Maria Anna Drendel Nuske
Jepa, Australia
Wilfred Albert Haebich
1902 - 1957
Jeparit, Australia
Alfred Otto Haebich
Jeparit, Australia
Susannah Jones Haebich
Jeparit, Australia
James Logan
1881 - 1957
Jepa, Australia
Fred Logan
Jepa, Australia
Maria Baldock Logan
Jepa, Australia
William Charles Kennett
1879 - 1957
Kani, Australia
John William Kennett
Kani, Australia
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1878 - 1957
Kani, Australia
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