Margaret Rose (Huxley) Zander

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Margaret Rose Huxley Zander was born into the Huxley family and married into the Zander family. She was born to Julian Arthur Huxley and Sarah Wright Huxley, with sibling Julian. She married Zander Les Henry Zander, and they gave birth to Robin Les Zander. We know that Margaret Rose Huxley Zander had been residing in Ringwood, Australia.

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Margaret Rose Huxley Zander

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Huxley

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Ringwood, Australia

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Margaret Rose Huxley Zander

Parents:

Julian Arthur Huxley
1886 - 1980
Boro, Australia
Sarah Wright Huxley
Bund, Australia

Siblings:

Julian Edward Arthur Huxley
Born: 1915
Brighton, Australia
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Margaret Rose Huxley Zander & Zander Les Henry Zander

Margaret Rose Huxley Zander

Spouse:

Zander Les Henry Zander
Ringwood, Australia

Children:

Robin Les Zander
Died: 1940
Ringwood, Australia

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Margaret Rose Huxley Zander was born to Julian Arthur Huxley and Sarah Wright Huxley, with sibling Julian. She married Zander Les Henry Zander, and they gave birth to Robin Les Zander. We know that Margaret Rose Huxley Zander had been residing in Ringwood, Australia.
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Olive Knott Loui Huxley
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James Maggs
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1867 - 1940
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