Mary Anne (Salmon) Croxford

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Anne Salmon Croxford was born into the Salmon family and married into the Croxford family. She married Foley Jerimiah Croxford, and they gave birth to Elsie Croxford. We know that Mary Anne Salmon Croxford had been residing in Cosg, Australia.

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Mary Anne Salmon Croxford

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Cosg, Australia

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Mary Anne Salmon Croxford & Foley Jerimiah Croxford

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Foley Jerimiah Croxford
Cosg, Australia

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Elsie Croxford
1906 - 1965
Cosg, Australia

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Mary Anne Salmon Croxford married Foley Jerimiah Croxford, and they gave birth to Elsie Croxford. We know that Mary Anne Salmon Croxford had been residing in Cosg, Australia.
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Arthur Francis Croxford
1899 - 1965
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1887 - 1965
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Jane Ramage Croxford
Blac, Australia
Leslie Arthur Croxford
1894 - 1966
Malvern, Australia
John Croxford
Malvern, Australia
Adriah Mary Perry Croxford
Malvern, Australia
Bernard Thomas Croxford
1912 - 1966
Bena, Australia
Henry Croxford
Bena, Australia
George Charles Croxford
1910 - 1966
Violet Town, Australia
Charles Reuben Croxford
Violet Town, Australia
Irene Mabel (Dunlop) Croxford
Violet Town, Australia
Rupert Perry Croxford
1900 - 1966
Violet Town, Australia
John Edward Croxford
Violet Town, Australia
Adriah Mary (Perry) Croxford
Violet Town, Australia
Reginald George Croxford
1910 - 1967
Box Hill, Australia
David Ambros Croxford
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Joseph Salmon
1906 - 1966
Preston, Australia
Daniel Salmon
Preston, Australia
Margaret Kerrins Salmon
Preston, Australia
Oenone Ada Salmon
1898 - 1966
Heidelberg, Australia
Maitland Frede Salmon
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Mcgowan Salmon
Heidelberg, Australia
Laura Salmon
1883 - 1966
Melbourne, Australia
Beck Edward Salmon
Melbourne, Australia
Mary Ann Misson Salmon
Melbourne, Australia
Dorothy Ethel Carty Salmon
1902 - 1966
Prahran, Australia
Riley John Carty Salmon
Prahran, Australia
Emily Sterling Carty Salmon
Prahran, Australia
Dorothy Ethel Salmon
1902 - 1966
Prahran, Australia
Riley John Salmon
Prahran, Australia
Emily Sterling Salmon
Prahran, Australia
Alec Farmaner Salmon
1896 - 1966
Dandenong, Australia
Stanley Salmon
Dandenong, Australia
Alice Salmon
Dandenong, Australia
Ellen Elizabeth Salmon
1889 - 1967
Ring, Australia
Jones James He Salmon
Ring, Australia

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Flora Mary Regan
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John Kenneth Lawson
1903 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
May Edgar Lawson
Melbourne, Australia
Darryl Kevin Hodge
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Park, Australia
Noel Hodge
Park, Australia
Millicent Quince Hodge
Park, Australia
Alice Emily Adams
1890 - 1965
Carn, Australia
Haythorne Alfr Adams
Carn, Australia
Cornelius Ronald Kennedy
1943 - 1965
Preston, Australia
Cornelius Ge Kennedy
Preston, Australia
Thelma Marg Albrecht Kennedy
Preston, Australia
John Joseph Moyle
1873 - 1965
Tall, Australia
John Moyle
Tall, Australia
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