Margaret (Symington) Daniel

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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Symington Daniel was born into the Symington family and married into the Daniel family. She married Bowie Robert Daniel, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Daniel. We know that Margaret Symington Daniel had been residing in Sandringham, Australia.

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Margaret Symington Daniel

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Margaret

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Symington

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Sandringham, Australia

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Bowie Robert Daniel

Sandringham, Australia

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Elizabeth Daniel
1824 - 1906
Sandringham, Australia

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Margaret Symington Daniel married Bowie Robert Daniel, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Daniel. We know that Margaret Symington Daniel had been residing in Sandringham, Australia.
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Edith Oates Daniel

Bendigo, Australia
Mary Sickler Daniel
1863 - 1906
Carlton, Australia
Daniel John Daniel

Carlton, Australia
Jane Sickler Daniel

Carlton, Australia
Mary Daniel
1849 - 1906
Redesdale, Australia
Oconnor John Daniel

Redesdale, Australia
Ellen Cavanah Daniel

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1899 - 1906
Ballarat, Australia
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Ballarat, Australia
Marion Rossietor Daniel

Ballarat, Australia
Geoina Annie Daniel
1885 - 1906
Richmond, Australia
Daniel Thomas Daniel

Richmond, Australia
Elizabeth Ann Wearne Daniel

Richmond, Australia
Alma Carmel Daniel
1905 - 1906
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Daniel John Peter Daniel

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Other Symingtons

James Symington
1828 - 1908
Hawthorn, Australia
Symington James Symington

Hawthorn, Australia
Thomas Marshall Symington
1852 - 1908
Pland, Australia
Symington John Symington

Pland, Australia
Eugenie Matda Symington
1856 - 1912
Arat, Australia
Bertha May Symington
1912 - 1914
Williamstown, Australia
Symington Thomas Symington

Williamstown, Australia
Sarah Elizabeth Smith Symington

Williamstown, Australia
Peter Symington
1857 - 1916
Kiewa, Australia
Jane Dalzell Symington

Kiewa, Australia
William Brown Symington
1875 - 1919
Melbourne South, Australia
Mary Symington
1850 - 1919
Wodonga, Australia
Symington William Symington

Wodonga, Australia
James Symington
1854 - 1920
Melbourne East, Australia
Symington William Symington

Melbourne East, Australia

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Christie William Christie

Scdale, Australia
Ellen Clarke Christie

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Bridget Blight
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Scdale, Australia
Cunningham John Blight

Scdale, Australia
Mary Daly Blight

Scdale, Australia
Henry Glasson
1828 - 1906
Sn Pt, Australia
Glasson William Glasson

Sn Pt, Australia
Elizabeth Mogg Glasson

Sn Pt, Australia
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