Martha Uk Nolan

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Martha Martha (Uk) Nolan
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Mbeena, Australia
Summary
Martha Uk Nolan was born into the Uk family and married into the Nolan family. She married Watts Henry Nolan, and they gave birth to Ellen Nolan. We know that Martha Uk Nolan had been residing in Mbeena, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Martha Uk Nolan
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Martha Martha (Uk) Nolan
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Mbeena, Australia
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Martha Uk Nolan married Watts Henry Nolan, and they gave birth to Ellen Nolan. We know that Martha Uk Nolan had been residing in Mbeena, Australia.

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