Martha Nelson (Sawyer) Maslen

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updated February 06, 2019
Martha Nelson Sawyer Maslen was born into the Sawyer family and married into the Maslen family. She married White Thomas H Maslen, and they gave birth to Ada Lewis Cairns Maslen. We know that Martha Nelson Sawyer Maslen had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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Martha Nelson Sawyer Maslen

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Melbourne, Australia

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White Thomas H Maslen
Melbourne, Australia

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Ada Lewis Cairns Maslen
1889 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia

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Martha Nelson Sawyer Maslen married White Thomas H Maslen, and they gave birth to Ada Lewis Cairns Maslen. We know that Martha Nelson Sawyer Maslen had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.
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Other Maslens

Mary Laura Maslen
1868 - 1955
Moor, Australia
Frederick Lionel Maslen
1898 - 1957
Fitzroy, Australia
James Maslen
Fitzroy, Australia
Lydia Smith Maslen
Fitzroy, Australia
Dorothy Elliott Maslen
1898 - 1960
Melbourne, Australia
Smith Henry We Maslen
Melbourne, Australia
Phoebe Louis Francis Maslen
Melbourne, Australia
Thomas Edward Maslen
1895 - 1960
Ashb, Australia
Thomas Maslen
Ashb, Australia
Mary Blackbourn Maslen
Ashb, Australia
Nellie Maslen
1887 - 1961
Dandenong, Australia
Shea Richard Maslen
Dandenong, Australia
Mary Brown Maslen
Dandenong, Australia
Dorothy Eleanor Maslen
1889 - 1962
Park, Australia
Hudson John Maslen
Park, Australia
Helena Anderson Maslen
Park, Australia
Frederick Lionel Maslen
1902 - 1962
Neer, Australia
Walter James Maslen
Neer, Australia
Fanny Witsey Maslen
Neer, Australia
Eleanor Maslen
1869 - 1963
Park, Australia

Other Sawyers

Lorna Daisy Mavi Sawyer
1919 - 1954
Park, Australia
Adam Alexand Sawyer
Park, Australia
Herbert Sawyer
1882 - 1954
Neer, Australia
Isaac Sawyer
Neer, Australia
Emma Johnson Sawyer
Neer, Australia
Ian Alexander Sawyer
1936 - 1954
Port, Australia
Edward Sawyer
Port, Australia
Mabel Florence Sawyer
1890 - 1955
Park, Australia
Bretherton Fra Sawyer
Park, Australia
Catherine Jones Sawyer
Park, Australia
William Henry Sawyer
1872 - 1955
Rese, Australia
Henry Sawyer
Rese, Australia
Mary Obrien Sawyer
Rese, Australia
Rodney Sawyer
Died: 1955
Melbourne, Australia
Leslie Lewel Sawyer
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Beatr Crago Sawyer
Melbourne, Australia
Edward Charles Sawyer
1860 - 1955
Melbourne, Australia
Charles Bogu Sawyer
Melbourne, Australia

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Died: 1954
Carlton, Australia
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Walter Veitch
Will, Australia
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Mills Henry Ge Way
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Annie Galway Way
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Albert Edward Williams
1892 - 1954
Suns, Australia
John Williams
Suns, Australia
Mary Lowe Williams
Suns, Australia
Betty Lorraine Arnott
1921 - 1954
Brighton, Australia
Westrup Edward Arnott
Brighton, Australia
Emily Maud Anstee Arnott
Brighton, Australia
Percy Howard Avery
1880 - 1954
Brighton, Australia
William Avery
Brighton, Australia
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Brighton, Australia
Elizabeth Bird
1879 - 1954
Hamp, Australia
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