Mary Ann (Farndale) Parkinson

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Ann Farndale Parkinson was born into the Farndale family and married into the Parkinson family. She married Martin William Parkinson, and they gave birth to Anna Maria Parkinson. We know that Mary Ann Farndale Parkinson had been residing in Bena, Australia.

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Mary Ann Farndale Parkinson

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Mary Ann

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Mary Ann

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Farndale

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Bena, Australia

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Mary Ann Farndale Parkinson & Martin William Parkinson

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Martin William Parkinson
Bena, Australia

Children:

Anna Maria Parkinson
1859 - 1954
Bena, Australia

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Mary Ann Farndale Parkinson married Martin William Parkinson, and they gave birth to Anna Maria Parkinson. We know that Mary Ann Farndale Parkinson had been residing in Bena, Australia.
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Mary Ellen Parkinson
around 1881 - May 5, 1941
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1890 - Mar 12, 1975
West Wyalong NSW, Australia
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Gravesend, Australia
Mary Helen Parkinson
1899 - 1985
Elth, Australia
Mary Parkinson
Emel, Australia
Mary Parkinson
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Emel, Australia
Mary Elsie Parkinson
Emel, Australia
Mary Parkinson
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Ellen Parkinson
1909 - 1981
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Elizabeth Parkinson
1891 - 1981
Footscray, Australia
Mary Leah Parkinson
1886 - 1977
Ballarat, Australia
Mary Platt Parkinson
Yarr, Australia
Mary Sankey Parkinson
Bent, Australia
Mary Lawlor Parkinson
Warr, Australia
Mary Elizabeth Parkinson
1899 - 1976
Warr, Australia
Mary Leonard Parkinson
Durh, Australia
Mary Fletcher Parkinson
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Trewarne Parkinson
Carlton, Australia

Other Parkinsons

William Henry Parkinson
1881 - 1954
Swan, Australia
Henry James Parkinson
Swan, Australia
Mary Ann Parkinson
1885 - 1955
Brighton, Australia
Gaqie Robert Parkinson
Brighton, Australia
Amelia Hamper Parkinson
Brighton, Australia
Adelaide Jane Parkinson
1885 - 1955
Park, Australia
Perry Francis Parkinson
Park, Australia
Adelaide Lynch Parkinson
Park, Australia
Eliza Clarissa I Parkinson
1877 - 1955
Brunswick, Australia
Wells Thomas Parkinson
Brunswick, Australia
Mary Ann Ginn Parkinson
Brunswick, Australia
Thomas Weldon Parkinson
1873 - 1955
Hcote, Australia
William Parkinson
Hcote, Australia
Muriel Cooper Parkinson
1909 - 1955
Heat, Australia
Allan Henry Parkinson
Heat, Australia
Jane Couper Parkinson
Heat, Australia
Thomas Parkinson
1888 - 1955
Wangaratta, Australia
James Parkinson
Wangaratta, Australia

Other Farndales

Richard W Farndale
Born: around 1918
Illinois, United States
Bernard Farndale
around 1919 - Aug 30, 1944
George Farndale
Died: May 3, 1917
George Farndale
around 1891 - May 27, 1917
Henry Stuart Farndale
around 1917 - May 11, 1945
James Farndale
around 1917 - Mar 16, 1941
Richard Farndale
around 1898 - Feb 26, 1917

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Dorothy Dixon Morse
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John Thomas Melling
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Kenneth Thom Melling
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Catherine Melling
1921 - 1954
Kenn, Australia
Keating Thomas Melling
Kenn, Australia
Ellen Melling
Kenn, Australia
William Richard Pitman
1882 - 1954
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Elizabeth Ann Kelly
1876 - 1954
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