Mary Ann (Woodroofe) Beavan

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Ann Woodroofe Beavan was born into the Woodroofe family and married into the Beavan family. She married Hardy Edward Charles Beavan, and they gave birth to Ella Mary Beavan. We know that Mary Ann Woodroofe Beavan had been residing in Richmond, Australia.

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Mary Ann Woodroofe Beavan

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Richmond, Australia

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Mary Ann Woodroofe Beavan & Hardy Edward Charles Beavan

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Hardy Edward Charles Beavan
Richmond, Australia

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Ella Mary Beavan
1876 - 1950
Richmond, Australia

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Mary Ann Woodroofe Beavan married Hardy Edward Charles Beavan, and they gave birth to Ella Mary Beavan. We know that Mary Ann Woodroofe Beavan had been residing in Richmond, Australia.
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Harold Egbert Beavan
1870 - 1956
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Vera Powell Beavan
1913 - 1958
Bent, Australia
Griffiths Will Beavan
Bent, Australia
Eleanor Harrison Beavan
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Blanche Isabelle Beavan
1874 - 1959
Brighton, Australia
Alfred Spurz Beavan
Brighton, Australia
Esther Vince Beavan
Brighton, Australia
Mary Helen Beavan
Died: 1961
Hast, Australia
Arthur James Beavan
Hast, Australia
Josephine Craker Beavan
Hast, Australia
James William Beavan
1867 - 1961
Gree, Australia
Martin Beavan
Gree, Australia
Emily Aburn Beavan
Gree, Australia
Eva Muriel Beavan
1885 - 1964
Prin, Australia
Hoy James Alfr Beavan
Prin, Australia
Mary Goodwin Beavan
Prin, Australia
Irene Dorothy Beavan
1889 - 1966
Brighton, Australia
Alfred Spurz Beavan
Brighton, Australia

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Alfred Ernest Woodroofe
1885 - 1968
Park, Australia
Annie Mclean Woodroofe
Park, Australia
Marie Enid Woodroofe
1929 - 1976
Macl, Australia
Conley John Woodroofe
Macl, Australia
Janet Woodroofe
1896 - 1976
Kew, Australia
Bird William Woodroofe
Kew, Australia
Philip B Woodroofe
Born: around 1919
United States
Arthur Albert Woodroofe
around 1919 - Jun 2, 1941
Bertram Cecil Woodroofe
around 1915 - Aug 26, 1943
John Woodroofe
around 1915 - Jun 12, 1945
John Coudell Woodroofe
around 1896 - Oct 12, 1918
W T Woodroofe
Died: Sep 17, 1916

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